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THE LIBRARY 

OF 

THE UNIVERSITY 

OF CALIFORNIA 

LOS ANGELES 



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BIBLIOGRAPHICAL ACCOUNT 



OF 



THE PRINCIPAL WORKS 



RELATING TO 



BY 

WILLIAM UPCOTT, 

OF THE LONDON INSTITUTION. 



IN THREE VOLUMES. 
VOL. IL 



"A painfull work it is I'll assure you, and more than difficult; wherein 
what toyle hath been taken, as no man thinketh, so no man bclieveth, 
but he that hath made the triall." 

Ant. a Wood's Preface to his Hist, of Oxford. 



I 



LONDON: 

PRINTED BY RICHARD AND ARTHUR TAYLOR. 



MDCCC XVIII, 



58 



MIDDLESEX. 

I. 

SPECUL VM BRITANNI2E. The first parte An 
historicall, and chorographicall discription of ]\Iid- 
dlesex. Wherin are also alphabeticallie sett downe, 
the names of the cvties, townes, parishes, hamletes, 
howses of name, &:c. W''^ direction spedelie to finde 
anie place desired in the mappe & the distance be- 
twene place and place withont compasses. Cum Pri- 
rikgio. B3- the Travaile and View of loHX NoRDEN". 
Anno lo93. Small quarto. (Reprinted in 1637.) 

An engraved Title-page as above, with Q. Elizabeth's Arms at 

top, a Nobleman on one side, and a Citizen with his Livery 

Gown on the other. Pieter Vanden Keere sculp. 1593. 
Dedication to the High, and most Mighty Empres Elizabeth, 

Queene of England, Fraunce, and Ireland, with the Royal 

Arms on the reverse. 
Another Dedication to the Right Honorable Sir William Cecill, 

Knight, Lorde Bvrghley, Lord high Treasurer of England, 

1 page. 
To the consideration of the Honorable, Wise, and Learned, 

1 page. 
Aduertisements touching the vse of this labor, 1 page. 
Latin Lines, with the Saxon Alphabet, I page. 
Speculum Britnmiice, [b-h] 50 pages. 
An Address to the right worshipful ^L William Waade, Esq. 

signed \. N.; and Latin Verses to the Author by Robert Ni- 

colson, and Corrections, 2 pages. 

MAPS. 

1. Plan of London, with an Explanation subjoined, and the 

Arms of the Twelve principal Companies on each side. 
Folded. Pieter Vanden Keere fecit, 1593. 

2. Map of Myddlesex. Folded. Joannes Norden Angl. de- 

scripsit, 1593. p. 9. 

3. Plan of Westminster. Folded, p. 47. 

And Twenty-one Shields of Arms on the various pages of letter- 
press. 

PART II. 4F 



766261 



582 MIDDLESEX. 



11. 

SPECULUM BRITANNIA: An Historical 
and CriOROGRAPHiCAL Description of ]\Iid- 
DLESEX and Hartfordsiiire : wherein are alpha- 
betically set down the Names of the Cities, Towns, 
Parishes, Hamlets, Houses of Note, &c. in those 
Counties: With Direction speedily to find any Place 
desired, in the Maps, and the Distance between Place 
and Place without Compasses. By John Norden. 
Illustrated with Maps curiously engraved by Mr. Se- 
nex, and the Arms of the principal Persons interred 
in the County of Middlesex. To which is added, a 
Preparative to this \\ ork, intended a Reconciliation 
of sundrie Propositions by divers Persons tendred, 
concerning the same, by the said Author. ("The 
Third Edition.) 

London : Printed for Daniel Browne senior and junior, at the 
Black Swan without Temple Bar ; and James Woodman, in 
Bow-Street, Covent Garden, mdccxxiii. Quarto. 

An engraved Title, the Description being printed within a 
Compartment : at the top are Q. Elizabeth's Arms ; on one 
side is a whole-length Figure of a Nobleman, and on the 
other, that of a Citizen in his Livery Gown : — " Speculum 
Britannice : An Historical and Chorographica! Description of 
Middlesex and Jlartfordshire. By the Travaile and View of 
John Norden." 

The printed Title-page as above. 

Another printed Title-page within a Border ; viz. Norden's 

■ Preparatiue to his Speculum Britajinice. hitended a re- 
conciliation of sundrie propositions by diuers persons tendred, 
concerning the same. 

" Calum call Domino, terrain aulau deditfdiis hominum.^' 

PSALMi cxiii. 16. 
" AJilijs Noe divisdE sunt insula: gentium in regionibus suis, miusquisq; 
secundum lingnam snavi. if^Jumilias suas." — Gen. x. 5. &c. 

Dedication to the Right Honourable Sir William Cecill Knight, 
Baron of Burghleigh, Lord High Treasurer of England, signed 
John Norden, 2 pages. 



MIDDLESEX. 583 

Auctoris In Patrice ^ Antiquitates imperitiam Sententia, l 
page. 

To all Covrteovs Gentlemen, Inspectators and Practitioners in 
Geographie, in Christo salutem, signed John Norden, and 
dated " at my poore howse neere Fulham, 4 November 1596," 
[a4-c4] p. 7-24. 

An engraved Title, the same as before, with tlie following printed 
Description within the ornamented Frame : ^^ Specvlum Bri- 
tannicE. The hrst parte an historicall, and chorographicall 
discription oi Middlesex. Wherin are also al])habeticallie sett 
downe the names of the cyties, townes, parishes, hamletes, 
howses of name &;c. with direction spedeiie to finde anie place 
desired in the mappe and the distance betwene place and 
place without compasses. By the travaile and View of John 
Nordenr 

Dedication to Queen Elizabeth, with the Royal Arms engraved 
on the reverse. 

Another Dedication to the Right Honorable Sir William Cecill 
Knight, Lorde Bvrghley, Lord high Treasurer of England, 
signed lo. Norden, 1 page. 

To the Consideration of the Honorable, Wise and Learned, 
signed lo. Norden, 1 page. 

Advertisements touching the vse of this labor, signed John Nor- 
den, with Latin Lines on the reverse, 2 pages. 

A Briefe Declaration of the Titles, Inhabitants, Divisions, and 
Scitvation of England or Britannia maior : a necessary intro- 
duction to our Speculum BrilannicB, [b] p. 1-8. 

Speculum BritannicB : the first part, conteining A bnefe Histo- 
ricall and Chorographicall discription of MYDDijiSEX, [c-h] 
p. 9-50. — (pages 49, 50 are not numbered.) 

Lines addressed to the Author by Robert Nicolson, &c. pre- 
ceded with a Dedication to the right worshipful M. William 
Waade, Esquire, signed L N. 4 pages. 

An engraved Title-page within a singular Frame j — over a small 
Landscape, with a Hart fording over the River Lea. " Spe- 
cvli BritanicB Pars, The description of Hartfordshire by John 
Norden." 

Latin Dedication to the Rt. Hon. Edward Seamor, Earl of 
Hertford, signed Jo. Norden, 1 page. 

To Gentlemen well affected to this trauaile, 1 page. 

Thinges to be considered in the use of this booke and Mappe, 
1 page. 

The Description of Hartfordshire, [a-d4] 31 pages. 



584 MIDDLESEX. 

MAPS AND PLANS. 

1. Map of Myddlesex. Folded. Johannes Norden Angl. de- 

scripsit, 1593. p. 9. 

2. Plan of London, with the Arms of the Twelve principal 

Companies on each side. Folded. Johannes Norden de- 
scripsit. p. 27. 

3. Plan of Westminster and Lamheth. Folded, p. 47. 

4. Map of Hartford Shire. Folded. Joannes Norden peram- 

bulavit ct descripsit. p. 1, of the Description of Hart- 
ford-Shire. 

With Twenty-one Coats of Arms on the letter-press of Mid- 
dlesex. 

N. B. There are copies of this work upon Large Paper. 

IIL 
The Antiquities of Middlesex : being a Collection 
of the several Church Monuments in that County : 
also an Histoiical Account of each Church and Pa- 
rish ; nith the Seats, Villages, and Names of the most 
eminent Inhabitants, (Sec. {By John Bowack.) 

London : Printed by W. Redmayne for S. Keble, at the Great 
Turk's-Head in Fleet Street; D. Browne, at the Black'Swan 
and Bible without Temple-Bar ; A Roper, at the Black Boy 
in Fleet Street ; R. Smith, at the Angel and Bible without 
Temple-Bar ; and F. Coggan in the Inner Temple Lane. 
MDCcv. Folio. 

PART 1. 
Containing the Parishes of Chelsea and Kensington. 

Title-page as above. Dedication to Hans Sloane, M.D. 

To the Reader, Errata, and Advertisement, 4 pages. 

The Antiquities of Middlesex, beginning with Chelsea, [b-g] 
22 pages. 

A List of the Salaries of Officers and Servans belonging to the 
Royal Hospital al Chelsea. — Benefactions to the Poor of the 
Parishes of Chelsea and Kensington, p. 23, 24. 

PART H. 
Title-page : " The Second Part of the Antiquities of Middlesex : 
being a Collection of the several Monuments and Inscriptions 
in the Parish Churches of Fulham, Hammersmith, Chiswick, 



MIDDLESEX. 585 

and Acton : Also an Historical Account of each Church and 
Parish ; with the Seats, Villages, and Names of" the most 
Eminent Inhabitants, &c. dated MDCCVI.'^ 

Title-page as before. 

Dedication to the Right Rev. Father in God Henry, Lord Bi- 
shop of London, and to the Honourable Sir Stephen Fox, 
K^ signed John Boivack. 

The Antiquities of Middlesex continued, beginning with Ful- 
HAM, [h-q 2] p. 25-59. 

Advertisement and Errata, 1 page. 

Errors of paging : — pages 42 and 43 for 4fi, 47. 

PART HL 

Was announced as preparing for the Press, to contain the Pa- 
rishes of Ealing, New Brentford, Thistleworth, and Hanwell, 
but not meeting with Encouragement was never published. 

IV. 

A Description of the Couxty of Middlesex : 

containing a circnmstantial Account of its Public 
Buildings, Seats of the Nobility and Gentry, Places 
of Resort and Entertainment, Curiosities of Nature 
and Art, (including those of London and Westmin- 
ster,) &c. &c. The Whole forming a complete Guide 
to those who may visit the Metropolis, or make a 
Tour through the County. Illustrated with Copper- 
plates. 

London: Printed for R. Snagg, No. 129, Fleet-Street. 
MDCCLXXV, Octavo. 
Title-page as above. 
Introduction, p. iii-iv. 
The Description of the County, [a 2-Bb4] p. 5-199. 

PLATES AND MAPS, 

1 . Map of Middlesex, divided hito Hundreds, by TIio. Kitchen. 

Folded. To front the Title. 

2. Map of the Cities of London, Westminster, and Borough of 

Southwark, 1775. Printed for Rob* Sayer. Folded, p. 9. 

3. (The Interior of) St. Stephen's Church, Walbrook; Plan and 

Section, p. 38. 



586 MIDDLESEX. 

4. The Choir of St. Paul's Cathedral, p. 51. 

5. Adelphi Buildings, p. 68. 

6. The Pantheon, p. 109. 



V. 

The History of the County of Middlesex : con- 
tain hig a general Description of it, its Rivers, and of 
the Churches from their Foundations, with the Pa- 
trons and Incumbents of each : the ancient Epitaphs 
and monumental Inscriptions now to be found in the 
respective Churches, and the Endowments of the se- 
veral Vicarages : also of St. Paul's Cathedral and 
Westminster Abbey ; with a History of the Bishops 
of London, from the original instituting that See, the 
Archdeacons, Deans, Prebendaries, &c. And in the 
course of the Work will be an Account of the Royal 
Palaces, principal Streets, Royal Chases and Manors. 
By Luke Pope. Vol. I. and not continued. 

London : Printed by H. K. Galabin, Ingram Court, Fenchurch 
Street ; and sold by W. Richardson, under the Royal Ex- 
change. MDccxcv. Quarto, 

Half Title. Title-page as above. 

Preface, p. v-viii, ending thus : ".the foregoing -is intended as a 
Preface to the ensuing History, contained in Six Volumes, 
and which is offered to the reader, hoping that utility and 
amusement may be derived from it." 

The Historical Part, giving a ))rief general Account of Middle- 
sex ; of Old St. Paul's 5 Westminster Abhey; St. Alban's 
Church, Wood Street; St. Olave's, Silver Street ; St. Paul's 
School, closing abruptly in the Commencement of the His- 
tory of the present Cathedral Church of St. Paul, with the 
following sentence : " After two years fruitless labour to fit up 
some part of the old fabric ff)r divine worship, it was found 
to be incapable of any substantial repair, and therefore a re- 
solution was taken to raze the founda-" [a-u 2] 132 pages. 

With Plates. 



MIDDLESEX. 587 

VI.- 

A Brief Description of the Towne of Totten- 
ham High Crosse, in Middlesex. Together with 
an Historical Narration of such memorable Things as 
are there to be scene and observed. Collected, di- 
gested, and written by WiLHELM Bedwell, at this 
present, Pastour of the Parish. To which is added 
" The Tvrnament of Tottenham ; or, the wooing, 
winning, and wedding of Tibbe, the Recu's Daughter 
there. Written long since in Verse by Mr. Gilbert 
Pilkington, at that Time, as some have thought, Par- 
son of the Parish. Taken out of an ancient Manu- 
script, and published for the delight of others, by 
WiLHELM Bedwell, now Pastour there. 

London : Printed in the year 1 63 1 . Quarto, and since reprinted 
with Butcher's " Survey and Antiquity of the Town of Stam- 
ford. 1717." Octavo, but dated 17 18. 

VII. 

The History and Antiquities of Tottenham 
High-Cross, in the County of Middlesex. Col- 
lected from authentic Records ; with a copious Ap- 
pendix, in which is contained an Account of the 
Parish, as written by the Rt. Hon. Henry, last Lord 
Colerane, accurately printed from his Lordship's MS. 
in the Bodleian Library at Oxford. By Richard 
Randal Dyson. The Second Edition, with 
Additions and Corrections. 

London : Printed for the Author: and sold l)y Egertons, Whites 
and Paynes ; by Fletcher, Oxford ', and Merrills, Cambridge. 
MDCCXCii. Octavo. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to Hugh, Duke and Earl of Northumberland, signed 

Richard Randall Dyson, with his Arms at the Head of the 

same. 
Preface, List of Subscribers, and Contents, p. v-xiv. 
History and Antiquities of Tottenham, [b-f5] 106 pages. 



588 MEDDLESEX. 

The Tvrnanicnt of Tottenham, [f 6-G 2] p. 107-123. 

Half Title: "The History and Antiquities of the Town and 
Church of Tottenham, by Henry, Lord Colerane, &;c." 

Dedication to Henry Hare Townsend, Esq. 

The History of Tottenham, by Lord Viscount Colerane ; Epi- 
taphs in the Church-yard, and Additions, [b-f4] 85 pages. 

Index, Errata, and Directions for placing the Plates, p. 86-90, 

PLATES. 
Frontispiece, in which is emblematically represented a 
Roll or Charter, with a Pair of Spurs, beinj^ the Te- 
nure of the Manor of Tottenham ; St. Lay's Well, with 
the Stone described by Bedwell; the Hermitage, and 
ancient Cross, Sec. 
i. West End of Tottenham Church. H. G. Oldfield del. p. 1. 
ii. Extract from Domesdav. p. 6. 
iii. South East View of Tottenham Church, p. 40. 
iv. Arms on the Monuments of John Melton, Ephraim Beau- 
champ, and Daniel Chadwick. p. 47. 
V. Brass of Thomas Hymingham. p. 54. 
vi. Brass of Umfrav Povy. p. 34. 
vii. Brass of Walter Hunt. p. 59. 

viii. Tottenham High Cross and Token. R.R. Dyson del. p. 90. 
ix. An ancient Metal Pot, found in 1780. p. 103. 

With a folded Pedigree of the Fannly of Hare, to face p. 31. 

VIII. 

The History, ToroGUAPiiY, and Antiquities of 
the Parish of St. Mary Islington, in the County 
of JMiddlesex ; including Biouraphical Sketches of 
the most eminent and remarkable Persons who have 
"been born, or have resided there. Illustrated by Se- 
venteen Engravings (on Thirteen Plates). By JoHN 
Nelson. 

" Old ISKi.noN, tin/ scarce in modern song 
Naui'd but in scorn, may boast of honoiir'd days; 
Tor mtinv a darlint: child of Science there 
llath trimm'd his lamp, and wove his laurel crow n. 

And ISELDON, as ancient records tell, 
f n distant time as now, had much to boast 
Of other praise, in Nature's bounty rich. 
Tor thither, then, from Lonihju's licctic town 
Her fam'd chalvbcates oft allur'd the sick: 
Hei- Iresh lactariuu draughts the babe sustain'd. Fox. 



MIDDLESEX. 589 

London : Printed for the Author by John Nichols and Son, Red 
Lion Passage, Fleet-Street : and sold by C. Russell, at the 
Circulating Library, Upper Street, Islington ; Messrs. Black, 
Parry, and Kingsbury, Leadenhall-street; Vernor, Hood, and 
Sharpe, Poultry ; Greenland, Finsbury Place ; and Setchell 
and Son, King Street, Covent Garden. 1811. Quarto. 

Title-page as before. Preface, dated May 1, 1811, 2 pages. 

Subscribers, 4 pages. 

The History of Islington, [b-3g] 409 pages. 

Index, and Directions to the Binder, p. 410-416. 

PLATES. 

i. A Survey of the Roads and Foot-paths in the Parish of 
Islington. From a Plan in the Vestry Room, drawn in 
the year 1735. Folded. J. Havvksworth sc. p. 21. 

ii. Miscellaneous Plate ; viz. The Old White Conduit, Arms, 

Sec. F. Hawksworth del. J. Hawksworth sc. p. 92. 
iii. The Crown, Lower Street, and North View of the Pied 
Bull, Dedicated to John Bentley, Esq. F.W. L. Stock- 
dale del. Francis Hawksworth sc. p. 115. 
iv. Kingsland Chapel, and Old House at Newington Green. 
Dedicated to Jonathan Eade, Esq. of Stoke Neuington, 
F.W. L. Stockdale del. F. Hawksworth sc. p. I92. 

V. Miscellaneous Plate; viz. Tradesmen's Tokens. — Ancient 
Chimney Piece with Arms, in Ward's Place, Sec. &cc. 
M. Skinner del. J. Hawksworth sc. p. 201. 

vi. Church Spire in wicker case. — Sir Thomas Fowler's 
Lodge ; and an ancient Building formerly in Lower 
Street. Dedicated to William White, Esq. of High- 
bury Place. F.W. L. Stockdale del. Frances Hawks- 
worth sc. p. 204. 
vii. Miscellaneous Plate ; viz. Stained Glas-, Arms, Font, &c. 

iM. Skinner del. J. Hawksworth sc. p. 208. 
viii. The ancient Tower at Cauonbury. Dedicated to John 
Nichols, Esq. F.A.S. F.W.L. Stockdale del. J. Hawks- 
worth sc. p. 239. 

ix. An ancient Chimney-piece in the house of Mrs. Hunt of 
Canon!)urv Boarding-School, to whom this plate is in- 
scribed. Drawn and engraved by J. Hawksworth. 
p. 242. 

X. Canonbury House in its ancient state. Dedicated to 
Charles, Earl of Northampton. F.W.L, Stockdale del. 
J. Hawksworth sc. p. 244. 

PART II. 4 G 



590 MIDDLESEX. 

xi. N.W. and N.E. Views of the old Church of St. Mary, 

IsHngton, 1750. p. 288. 
xii. View of Islington Church. Dedicated to the Rev'^ George 

Strahan, D.D. Vicar of Ishngton. Drawn and engraved 

by J. Hawksworth; either to front tlie Title, or at 

p'. 308. 
xiii. The Old Queen's Head in the Lower Street, Islington. 

Dedicated to Joseph Huddart, Esq. F.R.S. F.W. L. 

Stockdale del. F. Hawksworth sc. p. 400. 



VIII. 

The History and Antiquities of Canonbury- 
HousE at Islington, in the County ui Middlesex; 
including Lists of the Priors ol St. Bartholomew, 
and of the Prebendaries and Vicars of Islington ; 
with biographical Anecdotes of such of them as have 
been of Eminence in the Literary World. By John 
Nichols, F.S.A. Edinb. and Perth. 

London : Printed by and for the Author, mdcclxxxviii. 
Quarlo. See Nichols's " Bihlioth. Topog. Brit." Vol. ii. 
No. xlix. 

IX. 

Sketches of the History and Antiquities of the 
Parish of Stoece Newington, in the County of 
Middlesex. (By Brown.) 

London : Printed by and for J. Nichols, Printer to the Society 
of Antiquaries, mdcclxxxiii. Quarto. See ^^ Bibliotk. Topog. 
Brit." No. ix. Vol. ii. 

X. 

The Topography and Natural History of Hamp- 
STEAD, in the County of Middlesex ; with an Ap- 
pendix of original Records. By John James Park. 

"Out of monuments, names, wordes, proverbs, traditions, private rrcordes, 
and evidences, fragments of stories, passa<:cs of hookcs, ;iiid the like, 
wc doc save and i-ccover somewhat from the dcluj;c of time." 

Lord Bacon, on the Advancement of Learnirifi, Book ii. 



MIDDLESEX. 591 

London : Printed for White, Cochrane, and Co. Fleet Street ; 
and Nichols, Son, and Bentley, Red Lion Passage. 1814. 
Royal octavo. 

Title-page as before. 

Dedication to the Right Honourable Thomas, Lord Erskine. 

To the Reader, dated Hampstead, Nov. 30, 1813, p. v-10. 

Contents, p xi-xii. 

List of Plates, p. xiii. 

List of Subscribers, p. xv-xxi. 

The Natural History and Topography of Hampsteadj [b-Zz41 

359 pages. 
Appendix, [a-d 3] 30 pages. 
Index, p. xxxi-xxxix, 

PLATES, 
i. Distant View of Hampstead, from the Banks of the Re- 
gent's Canal. G. Shepherd del. W. Angus so. Fron- 
tispiece, 
ii. Plan of the Parish of Hampstead, with a View of the 
Church. Folded. J. &; W. Newton del. J. Quilieysc. 

iii. The Hollow Elme of Hampstead. From a scarce Print 
by Hollar. J. Quilley sc. p. 34. 

iv. Portrait of Sir William Waad, Kn' Lieutenant of the 
Tower. E. Bocquet sc. p. 143. 

V. Seal of the Priory of S' John Baptist, Kilburn ; ^vith the 
Autographs of Armigell and Sir William Waad. p. 187. 

vi. Remains of Kilburn Priory, as it appeared in 1722. 
J. Quilley sc. p. 202. 

vii. The Old Church at Hampstead. Cha' Heath sc. p. 222. 
viii. Painted Glass, formerly in the Chicken House, p, 267. 

ix. House built and inhabited by Sir Henry Vane, at Hamp- 
stead. W. Davison del. J. Smith sc. p. 269. 
X. The Poor House at Hampstead. W. Alexander del. 1801. 
Cha^ Heath sc. p. 286. 

xi. Lady Erskine's Monument, in Hampstead Church. En- 
graved by C. Heath from a drawing of Conde. p. 320. 
Descent of the Manor of Hampstead, in the Families of 

Hickes and Noel. Folded. To face p. 11 7. 
Descent of the Manor of Hampstead, under the Entails 
of Sir William Langhorne, Bart, and John Maryon, 
Clerk. Folded, p. 123. 

N, B. One Hundred copies were printed in Quarto. 



59^ MIDDLESEX. 

XL 

Silver Drops, or Serious Things ; with Letters con- 
cerning the Lady's Charity ScTiool at Highgate. 
Written by William Blake, Housekeeper to the 
Ladies Charities School. 

[a-t3] 293 pages. Duodecimo. 

PLATES. 

1. Figure of Time standing in the Clouds, a Butterfly walking 

on the Scythe. 

2. Ten Butterflies, between seven lines, beginning " Time 

drops Pearles from his golden wings." 

3. A Figure of Charity supported by Angels, within the outline 

of a Heart. 

4. Highgate School House.— The Initials H. C— W. B. at the 

bottom of the Plate. 

XIL 

Customs and Privileges of the Manors of Step- 
ney and Hackney, in the County of Middlesex ; 
viz. Of Tenants Neglect, Admission, &c. Amerce- 
ments, Annoyances, Appearances at Two Courts 
yearly, Buildings, By-Laws, Claim, Copyliolders, 
Drivers of Common, Fines, Forfeitures, Cniardian, 
Gavelkind, Homage, Heir, last Wills, Leases, Leet, 
Mears and Stakes, Partition, Quit-Rents, Reeve, 
Recoveries, Recognition, Stewards Fees, Swering, 
Waste, &c. — To which is prefix'd xAn Act for perpe- 
tual Estal)lishment of the said Customs and Privi- 
leges, and for Confirmation of the Copyhold Estates 
and Customs of divers Copyholders ot the said Ma- 
nors, according to certain Lidentures of Agreement, 
and a Decree in the High Court of Chancery, made 
between the Lord of the said Manors and the Copy- 
holders. With Two alphabetical Tables. 

In the Savoy : Printed by E. and R. Nutt and R. Gosling, (As- 
signs of Edward Saycr, Esq.) for J.Worrall, in Bell- Yard, 



MIDDLESEX- SQS 

near Lincolu's-Inu; C. Coibett, against St. Dunstan's Church 
in Fleet-Street; and R.Wellington, the Corner of Palsgrave- 
head Court, without Temple-Bar. MDccxxxvi. Duodecimo, 
128 pages, and two pages of Contents. 
First printed in 15S7 ; again in l6l7, and reprinted with great 
Alterations and Additions, with an Introduction of 12 pages^ 
in 1631, all in quarto. 

XIII. 

The Glory of Chelsey-college revived : where is 
declared its Oriffinal, Progress, and Design for pre- 
serving and establishing the Church of Christ in pu- 
rity ; for maintaining and defending the Protestant 
Religion against Jesuits, Papists, and all Popish Prin- 
ciples and Arguments, &c. ; by what Means this ex- 
cellent Work, of such incomparable Use and publick 
Concernment, hath been impeded and obstructed. 
By John Darley, B.D. and of Nordiill, in the 
County of Cornwall, Rector. 

London : Printed in the year 1662. Quarto. — With a Frontis- 
piece of the Model by which it was to have been built. 



XIV. 

A briefe Declaration of the Reasons that moved King 
James of blessed IMemory, and the State, to erect a 
CoUedge of Divines, and other Learned Men, at 
Chelsey. Together with a Copy of His jNIajesties 
Letters in favouring the same. And the addition of 
some IVIotives forcible to excite good Christians Zeale 
to a voluntary and liberall Contribution. 

London : Printed by E. P. for Nicholas Bourne. 1645. Small 
quarto, 8 pages^ including the Title. 



XV. 

An historical and descriptive Account of the Royal 
Hospital, and the Royal Military Asylum, at 



594 MIDDLESEX. 

Chelsea : To which is prefixed an Account of King 
James's College at Chelsea. Embellished with En- 
gravings, and interspersed with Biographical Anec- 
dotes. (By T. Faulkner.) 

" Go with old Thames, view Chelsefi's glorious pile, 
And ask the shattered hero whence his smile; 
Go view the splendid domes of Greenwich, go — 
And own what raptures from reflec tion Row, 
Hail ! noblest structures imaji'd in the wave, 
A natio[i's i^rateful tribute to tiie brave: 
Hail ! blest retreats from war and shipwreck hail ! 
That oft arrest the wanderins^ stranjier's sail ; 
Long have ye heard the narratives of age, 
The battles' havoc and the tempests' rage; 
Lone; have ye known reflection's genial ray 
Gild the calm close of valour's various day." 

RuGEiis's Pleasures of Memory. 

London : Printed for T. Faulkner, Paradise -Row^ Chelsea. 
Duodecimo, 115 pages. 

PLATES. 

1 . The Royal Hospital at Chelsea. Turner del. Barlow sc. To 

face the Title. 

2. King James's College at Chelsea. Barlow sc. p. 3. 

3. Statue of K. Charles II. On the letter-press of p. 58. 

4. The Royal Military Asylum for Children of Soldiers of the 

Regular Army. Turner del. Barlow sc. p. 83. 

XVI. 

An Historic A Land Topographical Description- 
of Chelsea and its Environs: interspersed with 
Biographical Anecdotes of illustrious and eminent 
Persons who have resided in Chelsea during the 
three preceding Centuries. By Thomas Faulk- 
ner, of Chelsea. 

" Res ardna velustis Kvvitatem dare." — Plin. Nat. Hist. lib. 1, 
London : Printed by J. Tilling, Chelsea, for T. Egerton, Mili- 
tary Library, Wliitehall ; Messrs. Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, 
Paternoster-Row; and T. Faulkner, Paradise-Row, Chelsea. 
1810. Octavo. 

Title-page as above. 

Pedication to the Mon^''-' and R' Rev. Brownlow (North), Lord 
Bishop of Winchester, dated April the Fourth, 1810. 



MIDDLESEX. 595 

Lines addressed to the Author by the Rev. Weeden Butler, jun^ 
A.M. and original Lines on the Royal Hospital and Royal 
Military Asylum, addressed to the Author by Mr. Pratt, p. v- 
viii. 

Preface, pp. ix-x. 

List of Subscribers, pp. xi-xvi. 

Contents, pages. 

The Historical Account of Chelsea, [b-2g 6] 459 pages. 

Index, 6 pages. 

Error of paging: — p. 218 is misprinted 118. ^ 

PLATES. 

1. The North Front of the Manor House at Chelsea built by 

King Henry VIII. Inscribed to Thomas Richardson, Esq. 
of Manor House. E. Ward del. J. Barlow sc. To face 
the Title. 

2. A Map of Chelsea, surveyed in the year 1664 by James 

Hamilton. Inscribed to the Hon^'^ and Rev'^ Gerald Va- 
lerian Wellesley, Rector of Chelsea. Folded. Drawn 
from the original by Edw'^ Ward, engr'^ by J. Barlow, 
p.]. 
The Statue of Sir Hans Sloane, Bar' in the Apothecaries 
Garden, Chelsea. On the letter-press of p. 20. 

3. Mr. Davy's House, the Florist. Edw'' Ward del. Barlow 

sc. p. 29- 

Chelsea Church. On the letter-press of p. 41. 

Monument in Memory of Sir Hans Sloane, Bar* in the 
South-east Corner of the Church-yard. On the letter- 
press of p. 67. 

4. The Tomb of Sir Thomas More, in Chelsea Church. In- 

scribed to P. Moore, Esq. M.P. for Coventry, p. 76. 

5. The Monument of Thomas Lawrence, Esq. in Chelsea 

Church. Inscribed to William Morris, Esq. of East Gate 
Street, Gloucester. E"^ Ward del. Barlow sc. p. 66. 

6. The Tomb and the Portraits of (Jane) Duchess of North- 

umberland and her Daughters, in Chelsea Church. In- 
scribed to the Rev'^ Weeden Butler, sen"^ Edw"* Ward 
del. Barlow sc. p. 98. 

7. Portrait of James Neild, Esq. De Wilde pinx' Maddocks 

sc. p. 107. 

8. King James CoUedge at Chelsey. Inscribed to the Rev** 

W"" Haggitt, A.M. Chaplain of the Royal Hospital. 
Barlow sc. p. 136. 



596 MIDDLESEX. 

9. The Royal Hospital at Chelsea. Inscribed to General Sir 
D. Dundas, K.B. Governor. Turner del. Barlow sc. 
p. 155. 
Statue of K. Charles the Second^ in the principal Court. 
On the letter-press of p. 166. 

10. The Royal Military Asylum for Children of Soldiers of the 

Regular Army. Inscribed to Colonel Williamson. Bar- 
low sc. p. 205. 

11. South Front of the ancient House supposed to have been 

inhabited by SirT. More. Inscribed to Hugh Stephens, 
Esq. of Cheyne Walk, Chelsea. Edw. Ward del. Bar- 
low sc. p. 263. 
Winchester House. On the letter-press of p. 376. 

12. South View of the Pavilion, Hans Place, Chelsea. Inscribed 

to P. Denys, Esq. of the Pavilion. J. Baynes del. 
S. Rawle sc. p. 434. 

N. B. There are Large Paper copies of this pubhcation. 

XVII. 

Catalogus Plantarum Officinaliuin quae in Horto Bo- 
tanico Ciielseyano aluntur. Auctore Philippo 

MlLLlLR. 

-LoNDiNi, Anno mdccxxx, [b-u4] 152 pages, exclusive of the 
Dedication and Explanation of the Abbreviations. 

With an Engraving of the Entrance Gate to the Botanic Gar- 
den. A. Motte del. &i sc. as a Frontispiece. Octavo. 

XVIII. 

The History and Antiquities of Twickenham : 
being the First Part of Parochial Collections for the 
County of Middlesex, begun in 1780. By Edward 
Ironside, Esq. 

London : Printed by and for John Nichols. 1797- Quarto. 

Title-page as above. 

History of Twickenham, [b-x 2] 156 pages. 

PLATES. 

i. Plan of Twickenham, from an actual survey by Samuel 
Lewis, 1784. F. Cary sc. To front p. 1. 



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ii. Plate of Arms. Longmate sc. p. 8. 

iii. West and North-East Views of Twickenham Church. 
F. Gary sc. p. 10. 

iv. Portraits on Mr. Poulton's Monument, &c. in the Chancel 
of Twickenham Church. Basire sc. p. 3 1 . 

T. Pope's Monument, erected in Twickenham Church, and 
a Pillar in his Garden, erected in memory of his Mother. 
F. Gary sc. p. 40. 

vi. The Seat of Welbore, Lord Mendip at Twickenham, for- 
merly Mr. Pope's — and Pope's Grotto. S. Lewis del. 
F. Gary sc. p. 81. 

vii. Plan of the Grotto of the late Alex'' Pope, Esq. at Twick- 
enham, 64 feet long. 1785. p. 82. 
viii. Portrait of the ReV^ George Costard, M.A. J. C. Barnes 
del. p. 125, misprinted 123. 

N. B. This work forms No. 6, of " Miscellaneous Antiquities, 
in Continuation of the Bibliotheca Topographica Britannica," 
and is usually bound in the Tenth Volum'e. 



XIX, 

A Description of the Villa of Mr. Horace Wal- 
POLE, youngest Son of Sir Robert Walpole, Earl of 
Orford, at Strawberry-Hill, near Twickenham, 
IMiddlesex ; with an Inventory of the Furniture, Pic- 
tures, Curiosities, &c. 

Strawberry-Hill: Printed by Thomas Kirgate. mdcclxxxiv. 

Quarto. 

Title-page as above. Preface, 4 pages. 

Description of the Villa, [b-m 4] 88 pages. 
Appendix, [n] p. 89-92. 

.Curiosities added since this Book was completed, and more Ad- 
ditions, [o] p. 93-96. 

N. B. The Directions to the Bookbinder are on page 88. 

PLATES. 

1. Frontispiece. E. Edwards inv' Morris sc. 

2. North Front of Strawberry Hill. Marlow del. Godfrey sc. 

p. 1. 

3. Entrance of Strawberry Hill. E. Edwards del. J. Newton 

sc. p, 2. 
PART II. 4h 



5P8 MIDDLESEX. 

4. View of the Prior's Garden at Strawberry Hill. Pars del. 

Godfrey sc. p. 2. 

5. Chimney in the Great Parlour. T. Morris sc. p. 3. 

6. Chimney in the China Room. p. 6. 

7. Chimney in tlie Yellow Bed-chamber. T. Morris sc. p. 16. 

8. Chimney in the Blue Bed-chamber. T. Morris sc. p. 28. 

9. Staircase at Strawberry Hill. E. Edwards del. J. Newton 

sc. p. 31. 

10. Library at Strawberry Hill. Godfrey sc. p. 33. 

11. Chimney Piece of the Holbein Chamber. Godfrey sc, 

p. 42. 

12. Screen of the Holbein Chamber. Morris sc. p. 43. 

13. The Gallery. T. Morris sc. p. 47. 

14. Chimney in the Round Room. p. 53. 
1 5. The Cabinet. T. Morris sc. p. 55. 

16. View from the Great Bed-chamber at Strawberry Hill. Pars 

del. Godfrey sc. p. 72. 

17. Garden Gate. T. Morris sc. p. 80. 

18. View of the Chapel in the Garden at Strawberry Hill. Pars 

del. Godfrey sc. p. 81. 

19. The Shell Bench. T. Morris sc. p. 82. 

20. View from the Terrace at Strawberry Hill. Pars del. God- 

frey sc. p. 82. 

21. East View of the Cottage Garden at Strawberry Hill. Pars 

del. Godfrey sc. p. 83. 

22. South Front of Strawberry Hill. Folded, p. 96. 

23. East Front of Strawberry Hill. Folded, p. Qd. 

24. Ground Plan of Strawberry Hill, 178I. Folded, p. 96. 

25. Principal Floor of Strawberry Hill, 178I. p. 96. 

26. The Offices. James Essex del. Barlow sc. p. 96. 

27. Plan of the principal Floor, and Ground Plan of the Offices. 

Jas. Essex del. Barlow sc. p. 96. 

N. B. Two Hundred copies are printed of this edition. 

XX. 
DELTCIjE BRITANNTCJE; or, The Curiosities 
of Kensington, Hamfton-Coujit, and Wind- 
sor Castle delineated : with occasional Reflec- 
tions ; and embellished with Copper-plates ot the 
Three Palaces, and adorn'd with several other Cuts. 
The whole attempted Avith a Vievy, not only to en- 



MIDDLESEX. 599 

gage the Attention of the Curious, but to inform the 
Judgments of those who have but the least Taste for 
the Art of Painting. By George Bickham. — The 
Second Edition, with Additions. 

" Utile dulci." Hou. 
" He, and He only aims aright, 
Wiio joins Instruction with Delij2;ht," 

London : Printed and sold by E. Owen, at the Griffin, in Hol- 
born ; and by George Bickham, in May's-Buildings, Covent 
Garden. Octavo. 

Title-page as above. 

The Preface, p. iii-viii. 

Delicice Britannicce, [b-n 4] 1 84 pages. 

PLATES. 
(Engraved by G. Bickham.) 

1. Kensington Palace, p. 1. 

2. Bust of Sir Peter Paul Rubens, p. 15. 

3-3. Plans of the Arrangement of the Pictures in Kensington 
Palace, p. 33. 

6. Hampton Court, p. 35. 

7. Bust of Sir Anth> Vandyck. p. 77. 

8. Bust of Rafaello De Urbino. p. 1 14. 

9. Windsor Castle, p. 135. 

XXI. 

Istleworth-Syons Peace. Containing certain Ar- 
ticles of Agreement made between the Right Honour- 
able Algernoone, Earl of Northumberland, &c. Lord 
of the Mannor of Istleworth-Syon, in the County of 
Middlesex, Peter Dodsworth, Hugh Potter, and Ro- 
bert Scawen, Esquires, of the one part ; and Sir Tho- 
mas Ingram, Knight, Sir Thomas Nott, Kniglit, Sir 
John Syddenham, Baronet, and others, Copy-hold 
Tenants of the said Mannor, of the other part. — A 
Bill preferred in the High Court of Chancery, wherein 
the said Sir Thomas Ingram, Sir Thomas Nott, Sir 
John Syddenham, and others, the said Copy-hold Te- 
nants, are Plaintiffs ; and the said Earle, Peter Dods- 
worth, Hugh Potter, and Robert Scawen, Defen- 



600 MIDDLESEX. 

dants ; with the said Defendants' Answer to tne said 
Bill. — And a Decree in the said High Court of Chan- 
eery, exempHhed under the Great Seal of England, 
whereby the said Articles are ratitied. — And an Agree- 
ment of the Tenants, where the said Articles, &c. 
shall remain ; together with a Table of the Contents 
of tlie Articles, &c. All which are herein at large set 
forth ; except the often Repetition of all the Tenants' 
Names, which is herein omitted, for brevity sake 
onely. 
London : Printed by W. Godbid. 1657. Stnall quarto. 

Half Title : " Istlevvorth-Syons Peace," printed in black letter. 

Title-page as above. 

The Articles of Agreement, 59 pages. 

^* Memorandum," and " the Contents of the Articles," 2 pages. 

Error of paging : — p. 7 is numbered p. 5. 

XXII. 

An Historical and Topographical Account of 
FuLHAM : including the Hamlet of Hammer- 
smith. By T. Faulkner, Author of the Histo- 
rical Description of Chelsea. 

" Movemur enim nescio quo pacta locis ipais, in qiiihis eonim^ quos diligi- 
mus, aut adniircimu7\ adsnnt vestigia.'' — CiC. de Leg. lib. ii. c. 2. 

London : Printed by J. Tilling, Chelsea : for T. Egerton ; 
T. Payne ; Becket and Porter ; .1. Hatchard ; .J. Asperne ; 
Nichols, Son, and Bentley; and Sherwood, Ncely, and Jones. 
1813. Royal octavo. 

Title-page as al)ove ; with a View of Sandford Manor House, 

engraved on Wood, as a Vignette. 
An engraved Dedication to the R^ Hon^'^ and Rt. ReV^ John, 

Lord Bishop of London, dated Dec. P' 1812. J. Peppercorn 

scrip* with the Arms of the See. 
Preface, 2 pages. 
List of Subscribers, 6 pages. 
Contents, 2 pages. 

List of the Plates, with Directions to the Binder. 
The Historical Account of Fulham, [b-2g 7] 461 pages. 



MIDDLESEX. 60l 

Index of Names and Titles, p. 461-469' 
General Index^ p. 470-4 78. 

Errors of paging: — p. 359 for 399 ; p. 461 is repeated. 
PLATES. 

1 . Bishop of London's Palace (Garden View), Fulham. J. Lynn 

del. S. Watts sc. Frontispiece. 

2. Sandford Manor House. Vignette in the Title-page. 

3. Engraved Dedication. 

4. A Map of Fulham, IS 13. Folded, p. 1. 

5. Fulham Church. Inscribed to the Rev'^ W. Wood, B.D. 

Vicar of Fulham, D. Smith del. S. Watts sc. p. 49. 

6. Ancient Brass of William HarveVj Vicar, in 1471. On the 

letter-press of p. 67. 

7. The Monument of LadyLegh in Fulham Church. G. L)-nn 

del. S. Watts sc. p. 69. 

8. Ancient Brass, supposed to be of Sir Samson Norton, Mas- 

ter of the Ordnance to K. Henry VIII. in 1517. On the 
letter-press of p. 7 1 • 

9. Stone Stall in Fulham Church. On the letter-press of 

p. 75. 

10. Ancient Brass of Sir W™ Butts, Kn' Physician to K. Henry 

VIII. in 1545. On the letter-press of p. 78. 

11. Monument of Catherine Hart in Fulham Church. G. Lynn 

del. S. Watts sc. p. 85. 

12. Monument of (John) Lord Mordaunt in Fulham Church. 

G. Lynn del. S. Watts sc. p. 87. 

13. Pedigree of the Family of Mordaunt. Folded, p. S8. 

14. The Font in Fulham Church. On the letter-press of p. 98. 

15. Ancient Brass of Margaret Suanders in Fulham Church. 

On the letter-press of p. 99. 

16. North View of the Chapel of St. Paul at Hammersmith, 

(inscribed Hammersmith Church.) Dedicated to the 
Rev"^ T. S. Atwood, Curate of Hammersmith. G. Lynn 
del. H. Summons sc. p. 118. 

17. Bronze Bust of King Charles I. and Cenotaph of Sir N. 

Crispe, in Hammersmith Church. On the letter-press 
of p. 129. 

18. Interior Quadrangle of the Bishop of London's Palace. 

S. Watts sc. p. 174. 

19. Arms of Bishop Fitzjames in the Garden Wall of the same. 

On the letter-press of p. 175. 

20. Ancient Gothic Window in Fulham Palace. On the letter- 

press of p. 178. 



602 MIDDLESEX. 

21 . View of the ^* Tete du Pont" opposite to Fulham. On the 

letter-press of p. 257. 

22. Autographs of eminent Persons resident in the Parish. On 

the letter-press of p. 282. 

23. Norniand House, North-End, Fulham. S.Wattssc. p. 337. 

N. B. The wood cuts on the letter-press are the production 
of C. Nesbitt of Chelsea. 

*j^* There are Large Paper copies of this work. 

N. B. In the year 1806 Dr. Porteus, the late Bishop of 
London, drew up a brief account of Fulham Palace and Gar- 
dens, to which was subjoined a description of his favourite resi- 
dences at Hunton Parsonage and Sundridge, in Kent. About 
twenty copies were printed, to be distributed among his most in- 
timate friends; and it was his particular request that it might 
not be reprinted. 

XXIII. 

The Case of the Earl of Stamford, relating to the 
Wood lately cut in Enfield-Chace. To which is 
annex'd a Plan of the Chace, and the intended Rid- 
ings therein. 

London : Printed and sold by A. Baldwin, in Warwick Lane, 
1701. Folio, 8 pages. 

XXIV. 

The Case of the Earl of Stamford considered, re- 
lating to the Wood lately cut in Enfield Chace. 

London : Printed in the year mdcci. JPo/fo, 10 pages. 

XXV. 
Plans, Elevations, and Sections of the House of 
Correction for the County of Middlesex : to 

be erected in Cold Bath Fields, London : together 
with all the Working Plans, and the Particular of the 
several Materials contracted for, and the Manner of 
using thein in the said Building. The following Work, 
engraved on Fifty-THREE Copper-plates, from the 



MIDDLESEX. 603 

original Drawings, is published with the Authority of 
the' Magistrates, by Charles Middleton, Archi- 
tect. 

Published according to Act of Parliament, by I. and J. Taylor, 
No. 56, High Holborn, London, mdcclxxxviii. Folio. 

With the Arms of the County of Middlesex as a Vignette in the 
Title-page, and twelve pages of letter-press. 

XXVI. 

Fasciculus Plantarum circa Harefield (in Com. 
JNIiddlesex) sponte nascentium, cum Appendice, ad 
loci Historian! spectante. 

LoND. 1737. Duodecimo, 118 pages. 

XXVII. 
General View of the Agriculture of the County 

of Middlesex ; with Observations on the Means of 
its Improvement. Drawn up for the Consideration of 
the Board of Agriculture and internal Improvement. 
By Thomas Baird. 

London : Printed by John Nichols, mdccxciii. Quarto, 
51 pages. 

XXVIII. 
General View of the Agriculture of the County 
of Middlesex ; with Observations on the means of 
their Improvement. By Peter Foot, Land-Sur- 
veyor, Dean-Street, Soho. Drawn up for the Con- 
sideration of the Board of Amculture and internal 

o 

Improvement. 

London: Printed by John Nichols. I794. Quarto, 92 pages. 
With a coloured Map of Middlesex, engraved for this Tract. 

XXIX. 

View of the Agriculture of Middlesex ; with 
Observations on the Means of its Improvement, and 



504 MIDDLESEX. 

several Essays on Ag;nculture in general. Drawn up 
for the Consideration of the Board of Agriculture 
and internal Improvement. By JoiiN INIlDDLETOlsr, 
Esq. of West Barns Farm, Merton, and of Lambeth, 
Surrey, Land-Surveyor : accompanied wifh Remarks 
of several respectable Gentlemen and Farmers. Se- 
cond Editiox. 

London : Printed by B. McMillan, Bow-Street, Covent-Gar- 
den; for G. and W. Nicol, Pall Mall, Booksellers to His Ma- 
jesty and the Board of Agriculture. 1 807 (first printed in 
1798). Oc^Gi/o, 720 pages. 

With a folded coloured Map of Middlesex, engraved by Neele. 



605 



LONDON. 

I. 

Fitz-Stephen's Description^ of the City of Lon- 
don, newly translated from the Latin original ; with 
a necessary Commentar}^ A Dissertation on the 
Author, ascertainino; the exact Year of the Produc- 
tion, is prefixed : and to the whole is subjomed a 
correct Edition of the Original, with the various Read- 
ings, and some useful Annotations. By an Anti- 
quary (the Rev. Samuel Pegge). 

London : Printed for B. White, at Horace's Head in Fleet- 
Street. MDCCLXXii. Quarto*. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the Honourable Daines Barrington. 

Preface, p. v-ix. 

A Dissertation, giving some Account of the Author, and his Per- 
formance, with an Advertisement, [b-d] 18 pages. 

Description of the City of London, beginning with the Life of 
Saint Thomas, Archbishop and Alartyr, [d 2-H 4] p. 19-53. 

The Latin original, [the reverse of h4-m] p. 56-81. 

IL 

A Survey of the Cities of London and Westmin- 
ster, and the Borough of Southwark : containing 

- the Original, Antiquity, Licrease, Present State, and 
Government of those Cities. Written at first in the 

* William Fitz-Stcphen was a native of London, aiiJ Monk of Canter- 
bury. He was the servant of Thomas Ji Becket, and witiiesseci his 
murder. Tiie above description appeared as an appendix to the first edi- 
tion of Stovvc's Survey of London. Strype corrected it in his edition of 
Stowe from a MS. in the City archives. A translation of it was inserted 
in all the editions of Stowe's Survey. It was republished by iiearne, with 
Observations and Notes, at the end of LeUind's Itinerary, vol. viii. from a 
more correct MS. on vellum, given by Dr. Marshall to the Bodleian Li- 
brary, and the only one he ever saw.— Sparke reprinted it anions; his ihs- 
iuritt AnglkcuKE Scripturex, fronj a MS. of his own, collated with oue in 
the Cottonian Collection. — Gough. 

PART II. 4 I 



606 LONDON. 

Year 1698 (1598), by John Stow, Citizen and Na- 
tive of London : corrected, improved, and very much 
enlarged in the Year 1720, by John Strype, M.A. 
a Native also of the said City. The Survey and His- 
tory brought down to the present Time by careful 
Hands. Illustrated with exact Maps of the City and 
Suburbs, and of all the Wards; and, likewise, of the 
Out-Parishes of London and Westminster, and the 
Country Ten Miles round London : together with 
many fair Draughts of the most eminent Buildings. 
The Life of the Author, written by INlr. Strype, is 
prefixed ; and at the end is added an Appendix of 
certain Tracts, Discourses, and Remarks on the State 
of the City of London.-— Together with a Perambu- 
lation, or Circuit- Walk, Four or Five Miles round 
about London, to the Parish Churches : describing 
the IVIonuments of the Dead there interred ; with 
other Antiquities observable in those Places ; and a 
large Index of the whole Work. In Two Volumes. 
The Sixth Edition. 

" Peace be zvilhiu tliy walls, and 
Plenteousness zoitJiin tittf Falaces." — Psul. cxxii. v. 7. 

London : Printed for W. Innys and J. Richardson, J. and P. 
Knapton, S. Birt, R. Ware, T. and T. Longnuin, W. Mea- 
dows, J. Clarke, M.Whitridgc, D.Browne, E. Wicksteed, 
J. Ward, and C. Bathurst. mdcchv. Folio. 

VOL. L 

The Title-page as above, printed in black and red ink. 

The Life of .John Stow, the Author, written by Mr. Strype, 

ending with the catch-words "A SuR-" [a-e 2] 20 pages. 
The Contents of both Vokunes, [f-g] 8 pages. 
The Survey of the Cities of London and Westminsterj and the 

Borough of Southwark, [a 2-9 f 2] 758 pages, 

PLATES, 

1. Plan of the Cities of London, Westminster, and the Bo- 
rough of Southwark, with the additional Buildings, to the 
Year 1756. Folded. R.W. Scale sc. To face the Title. 
. 2. Monument of John Stow, now standing in the Barish 



LONDON. 507 

Church of St. Andrew Undershaft. J. Sturt sc. To 
face p.xi of Stovv's Life. (35.) 

3. The City of London, as in Queen Elizabeth's Time. 

Folded. To front p. 1 of the Survey. (98.) 

4. The City Gates (8); Aldgate, Bishopsgate, Moorgate, Crip- 

plegate, Aldersgate, Newgate, Ludgate, Temple Bar. 
(94.) p. 15. 

5. London Bridge. (30.) p. 57. 

6. The Tower of London. T. Kip sc. (29.) — 7- Map of the 

Tower Liberty. Folded. (38.) — 8. Plan of the Tower 
and St. Catharin's. (37.) p. 69. 
9. Christ's Hospital. (69.) p. 200. 

10. St. Bartholomew's Hospitall in Smithfield (as in 1720.) 

(93.) p. 206. 

1 1 . The East and South Prospects of St. Bartholomew's Ho- 

spital in Smithfield (in its present State), with Plan. 
(122.) p. 210. 

12. St. Thomas's Hospitall in Southwark. (89-) p. 212. 

13. The Prospect of Bridewell. (90.) p. 215. 

14. The Hospitall called Bedlam. (31.) p.2l6. 

15. The Charter House. (67). p. 231. 

16. Hoxton Hospitall. (28.) p. 236. 

17. Chelsey Colledge. Folded. T. Kip sc. (114.) p. 238. 

18. Inside View of the Rotunda in Renelagh Gardens, with the 

Company at Breakfast. Folded. T. Bowles del. & sc. 
(27.) p. 238. 

19. The Hospitall at Greenwich. Folded. (72.) p. 239. 

20. Morden College. (70.) p. 243. 

21. St. George's Hospital. (118.) p. 257. 

22. St. Luke's Hospital, the London Hospital, and Bencraft's 

Almshouses in Bow Road. (I27.) p. 261. 

23. A View of the FoundHng Hospital. (II6.) p. 266. 

24. Guy's Hospital for Incuraljles. Folded. (100.) p. 2/4. 
The Quinten (a game). On letter-press of p. 301. 

25. Portsoken Ward. (32.) p. 348. 

26. The Parish Church of St. Botolph without Aldgate, built 

174i. (111.) p. 369. 

27. Tower Street Ward. Folded. (33.) p. 371. 

28. The Custom House. (88.) p. 387. 

29. Aldgate Ward. (36.) p. 390. 

30. A Mapp of Lime-street Ward. (34.) p. 415. 

31. Bishopsgate-street Ward. (39.) p. 421. 

32. The North East Prospect of the Parish Church of St. Bo- 

tolph without Bishopsgate. (117.) p. 421. 



608 LONDOJf. 

Monument of Hodges Shaughsware, a Persian, in Petty 
France. On letter-press of p. 424. 

33. Devonshire Square. Folded. Sutton NichoUs del. & sc. 

(21.) p. 436. 

34. Broad Street and Cornhill Wards. (40.) Folded, p. 437.' 

35. The South Sea House in Bishopsgate Street. (4.) Folded. 

Bowles sc. p. 446. 

36. The Royal Exchange. Folded. (68.) p. 462. 

37. The West Prospect of the Parish Church of St. Michael, 

Cornhill. (103.) p. 468. 

38. Langbourn Ward. Folded. (41.) p. 4/5. 

39. BiUingsgate Ward and Bridge Ward within. (42.) p. 486. 

40. North-west Prospect of the Parish Ciiurch of St. Magnus 

the Martyr, the North-east end of London Bridge. 
(119.) p. 494. 

41. The North West Prospect of the Parish Church of St. Ben- 

net Gracechurch. (124.) p. 497. 

42. Fishmongers Hall. (102.) Folded. Sutton Nicholls del. 

& sc. p. 498. 

43. The Monument. Folded. (1.) Sutton Nicholls sc. p. 500. 

44. Walbrook Ward and Dowgate Ward. (43.) p. 5 10. 

45. The insid£ of the Parish Church of St. Stephen Wallbrook, 

Folded. Pack sc. p. 514. 

46. The Lord Mayor's Mansion House, shewing the Front of 

the House and the West Side. Folded. (3.) Wale del. 
Fourdrinier sc. p. 517. 

47. Scholce Mercatorum Sclssonim Lond. fades Orientalis. 

(Merchant Taylor's School.) (I29.) J.Myndesc. p. 524. 

48. Bow Church. Folded. (10.) p. 542. 

49. Cheape Ward. Folded. (46.) p. 546. 

50. The Prospect of Guild Hall. (71.) p. 558. 

51. Coleman Street and Bashishaw (Bassishaw) Wards. Fold- 

ed. (47.) p. 569. 

52. Cripplegate Ward. (48.) Folded, p. 582. 

53. The North East Prospect of the Parish Church of St. AI- 

phage, near Sion College. (125.) p. 585. 

54. Aldersgate Ward, and St. Martin's le Grand Liberty. (50.) 

p. 601. 

55. Goldsmiths Hall in Foster Lane, and Ironmongers Hall in 

Fenchurch Street. (121.) p. 604. 
The Plot of the Sanctuary in St. Martin's le Grand. On 
letter-press of p. 613. 
i6. The Wards of Farringdon Within and Baynard's Castle, 
Folded. (51.) p. 623. 



LONDON. 609 

57. The North West Prospect of St. Paul's Cathedral. Folded. 

(7.) Bowles so. p. 650. 

58. The inside of St. Paul's Cathedral, from the West End to 

the Choir. (8.) p. 650. 

59. The Choir of St. Paul's Cathedral. Folded. (9.) Bowles 

so. p. 650. 
Plan of the Procession of Queen Anne coming to St. Paul's. 
On letter-press of p. 66 1 . 

60. Bread Street Ward and Cordwainer Ward. (45.) p. 686. 

61. Queen Hith Ward and Vintry Ward. (44.) p. 692. 

62. Farrington Ward Without. Folded. (52.) p. 7 1 1 . 

63. The North Prospect of St. Andrew's Church in Holborn. 

(115.) p. 725. 

64. A Mapp of St. Andrew's Parish, Holborn. Folded. {53.) 

p. 728. 

65. Furnival's Inn in Holbourn, Folded. (13.) p. 729. 

66. The Prospect of Gray's Inn. (97.) p. 730. 

67. Powis House in Ormond Street. Folded. (11.) p. 731. 

68. S' Bridget, alias St. Bride's Church. (120.) p. 739. 

69. The Temple. (54.) p. 744. 

The Inscription, as it stood upon the Temple Church, over 
the Door in the Cloister. On the letter-press of p. 746. 

70. The Surgeon's Theatre in the Old Bailey. (105.) p. 754. 

VOL. II. 

The Title-page as in the preceding Volume, dated mdcclv. 

The Survey of London continued, with an Appendix of certain 
Tracts, Discourses, and other Remarks, concerning the State 
of the City of London; viz. 1. An Apology of the City of 
London. — 2. Fitz-Stephen's Description. — 3. A Writing of 
the Privileges of the City, by Charters and Acts of Parlia- 

, ment, on occasion of the Q?/o IVorranto, in the Reign of 
K. Charles IP' — 4. Of the Charities and Charitable Founda- 
tions belonging to the City. — 5. Of divers Roman and other 
antique Curiosities found in London before and since the great 
Fire. — 6. Ludgate, what it is, not what it was, by Mai ma- 
duke Johnson, 1659. — 7. The Order of the Hospitals of King 
Henry the viijth, and King Edward the vjth. Anno 1357. — 
8. The Order for paving and cleansing the Streets of London. 
— 9. The Orders and Ordinances for the better Government 
of the Hospital of St. Bartholomew the Less, published in the 
Reign of K. Edward VP'^ and printed again Anno mdlxxx. — 
^ 10. A brief Discourse of the laudable Customs of London, 
written by some learned Lawyer unknown, about the Year 



610 LONDON'. 

MDLXXX. — 11. The Perambulation or Circuit Walk round 

London, [a 2-9 U 2] p. 3-8 15. 
An alphabetical List of all the Streets, &c. p. 816-836. 
An Account of the Act to enlarge the Passage over and through 

London Bridge, p. 837-838. 
Index to the First and Second Volume, 13 pages. 
Directions to the Binder, being the List of Plates, 1 page. 

Errors of paging : — p. 431 for 433 ; and p. 796 for 776, which 
mistake is corrected in some copies. 

PLATES. 

71. Map of the Countries Ten Miles round the Cities of Lon- 

don and Westminster, and Borough of Southwark. 
R.W. Scale sc. To face the Title. 

72. A Mapp of the Parishes of St. Saviour and St. George, 

Southwark. Folded. (56.) p. 12. 

73. The North West Prospect of the Parish Church of St. 

George in Southwark. (10?.) p. 18. 

74. A Map of the Parishes of St. Olave and St. Thomas, 

Southwark. Folded. (84.) p. 21. 

75. A Plan of St. Olave and St. Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, 

Folded. (55.) p. 22. 

76. A Map of the Parish of St. Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey. 

Folded. (82.) p. 26. 

77. A Map of the Parishes of St. Mary, Whitechapel, and St. 

.lohn, Wapping. Folded. (83.) p. 37. 

78. A Map of the Parishes of St. John, Wapping, and St. 

Paul, Shadwell. Folded. (58.) p. 37. 

79. A Map of the Parishes of St. Mary, Whitechapel, and St. 

Katherine by the Tower. Folded. (57.) p. 44. 

80. An Actuall Survey of the Parish of St. Dunstan, Stepney, 

alias Stcbunheath, being one of the Ten Parishes in the 
County of Middlesex, adjacent to the City of London. 
Folded. (85.) p. 46. 

81. A Map of the Parish of St. Dunstan, Stepney, alias Stebun- 

heath, fjivided into Hamlets. Folded. (59.) p. 46. 

82. The North West Prospect of Christ Church in Spittlefields. 

(113.) p. 47. 

83. Plan of Spittle Fields and Places adjacent. Folded. (60.) 

p. 48. 

84. Plan of Shoreditch, Norton Falgate, and Cripple-Gate 

without. Folded. (6I.) p. 50. 
83. The South West Prospect of tlie Church of St, Leonard^, 
Shoreditch. (108.) p. 50. 



LONDON. 6] 1 

86. South West View of the Parish Church of St. Luke in Old 

Street. (101.) p. 50. 

87. A Map of St. Giles, Cripplegate without. Folded. (49.) 

p. 58. 
8S. A Map of St. Sepulchre's without, Charter House Liberty, 
and Clarkenwell Parish. Folded. (86) p. 59. 

89. Charterhouse Square. Folded. S. Nicholls del. ^- sc. (124.) 

p. 60. 

90. Cow Cross, being St. Sepulchre's Parish without, and the 

Charter House. (62.) p. 61. 

91. Plan of the Parish of St. James, Clerkenwell. Folded. 

(63.) p. 62. 

92. The Prospect of Lincoln's Inn. (96.) p. 71. 

93. Newcastle House in Lincoln's Inn Fields. Folded. Sutton 

NichoUs del. & sc. (15.) p. 72. 

94. A Mapp of the Parish of St. Giles in the Fields. Folded. 

(64.) p. 76. 

95. The North West View of St. Giles's Church in the Fields. 

(106.) p. 78. 

96. Southampton, or Bloomsbury Square. Folded, S. Ni- 

choUs del. & sc. (IS.) p. 83. 

97. The Parish Churches of St. Mary le Bone in Middlesex, 

and St. George in Bloomsbury. (UO,) p. 84. 

98. Mountague House in Great Russell Street, (now the British 

Museum.). Folded. S. NichoUs del. & sc. (123.) p. 84. 

99. The Church of St. Mary le Strand. Folded. S. NichoUs 

del. &;sc. (lOl.) p. 103. 

100. (Old) Somerset House. (66.) p. 107. 

101. The Church of St. Clement Danes in the Strand, p. 108. 

102. A Mapp of the Parishes of St. Clement Danes, St. INIarv, 

Savoy, with the Rolls Liberty and Lincoln's Inn. Folded. 
(65.) p. 112. 
The Arms of the City Companies, on the various pages of letter- 
press, from p. 257 to p. 335 ; viz. The IMcrcers. p. 257. — Gro- 
cers, p. 262. — Drapers, p. 265. — Fishmongers, p. 268.— Gold- 
smiths, p. 270. — Skinners, p. 273. — Merciiant Taylors, p. 277. — 
Haberdashers, p. 278. — Salters and Ironmongers.' p. 280. — Vint- 
ners, p. 281. — Cloth-U'orkers. p. 2S0. — Dyers and Brewers, 
p. 288.— Leather-Sellers, p. 291. — Pewterers. p. 291. — Barber- 
Surgeons, p. 295. — Armourers — White-Bakers — Wax-Chand- 
lers — Tallow-Chandlers. p. 297. — Cutlers — Butchers — Girdlers 
and Sadlers. p. 298. — Carpenters and Cordwaniers. p. 299. — 
Painters, p. 301.— Curriers — Masons — Plumbers, p. 302. — Inn- 
holders — Poulterers — Founders — Cooks — Coopers and Embroi- 
derers, p. 303 — Bricklayers and Tilers — Bowyers — Fletchers. 
p. 304. — Joiners — Blacksmiths — Plaisterers. p. 305. — Weavers — 
Fruiterers — Scriveners — Bottle-makers and Homers. p.306.— Sta- 



612 LONDON. 

tioiicrs. p. .'307— Marblers — Lorineis — Wool-Packers — BrOwn- 
Bakers — Farriers — Paviors — Woodniongers or Fuellers. p. 312. 
— Upholsterers, p. 315. — Tiirne.-s. p. 316. — Glaziers — Clerks, p. 
317. — Watermen, p. 3 18. — Apotliecaries — Silk-Throwers, p. 320. 
— Distillers and Glovers, p. 323.— Clock-makers and Musicians, 
p. 324. — Felt-makers, p. 325. — Sope-makcrs. p. 327. — Coach and 
CoacIi-IIarness-mukcrs — Pinners and Needlers. p. 328. — Silk- 
nien — Shipwrights and Mines Royal. p.S33. — Mineral and Bat- 
tery Workers — Tobacco-Pipe-make.rs — Hatband-makers — 
Comb-makers — Starch-makers — Gardeners, and Academy of the 
Muses, p. 334. — Surgeons, p. 335. 

103. A perspective View of Whitehall. Folded. J. Maurer del. 

&SC. (24.) p. 579. 

104. The Prospect of Whitehall, from the Park of St. James. 

(91-) p. 579. 

105. A perspective View of y° Parade in St. James's Park; the 

Treasury, the new Buildings for the Horse Guards, and 
His Majesty going to the House of Lords. Folded. (5.) 
J. Maurer del. & sc. f). 579. 

106. Westminster Abhcy. (95.) p. 581. 

107. A Mapp of the Parish of St. Margaret, Westminster. 

Folded. (73.) p. 640. 

108. A View of Westminster Bridge from Lambeth. Folded. 

(17.) J. Maurer del. Fourdrinicr sc. p. 641. 

109. A Mapp of the Parish of St. Martin in the Fields. Fold- 

ed. (74.) p. 645. 

110. St. Martin's Chiircii. Folded. (2.) p. 647. 

11 1 . St. James's House. (92.) p. 652. 

112. Plan of the Parish of St. James's, Westminster, Folded. 

(75.) p. 655. 

113. St. James's Square. Folded. S. Nicholls del. & sc. (12.) 

p. 635. 

114. A Mapp of the Parish of St. Ann. (76.) p. 6.59. 

115. Leicester Square. Folded. S. Nicholls del. &: sc. (I6.) 

p. 660. 

116. Sohoe, or King's, Square. Folded. S. Nicholls sc. (26.) 

p. 661. 

117. A Mapp of the Parisli of St. Paul's, Covent Garden. 

(77.) p. 661. 

118. The House of Lord Archer, in Covent Garden. Folded. 

(6.) p. 667. 

119. The Nortli West Prospect of the Parish Cluirch of St. 

George, Hanover S(;uare. (ll'2.) p. 667. 
tSO. Hanover Square. Folded. S. Nicholls del. & sc. (19.) 

p. 667. 
121. Golden Square. Folded. S. Nicholls del, &sc. (25.) p. 668. 



LONDON^. 613 

122. Grosvenor Square. Folded. (14.) p. 668. 

123. Buckingham House, in St. James's Park. Folded. S. Ni- 

cholls del. & sc. (22.) p. 670. 

124. Marlborough House, in St. James's Park. Folded. S. Ni- 

cholLs del. & sc. (23.) p. 670. 
123. The Royal Palace of Kensington. Folded. Maurer del. 
Truchysc. (20.) p. 733. 

126. A Map of the Parishes of Lambeth and Christ Church. 

Folded. (87.) p. 744. 

127. Plan of Lambeth and Christ Church Parishes, and part of 

Southwark. Folded. (78.) p. 744. 

128. A general Prospect of Vaux Hall Gardens, shewing at one 

View the Disposition of the whole Gardens. Folded. 
Wale del. J. S. Mullersc. (128.) p. 744. 

129. Redriife, and part of St. Mary Magdalen's Parish, South- 

wark. (81.) p. 748. 

130. St. Paul's Parish, Shadwell. (80.) p. 764. 

131. A Map of the Parish of St. Mary, Rotherhithe. Folded. 

(79.) p. 784. 

132. The North West Prospect of the Parish Church of St. 

Mary at Islington. (109.) p. 805. 

The 'various Editions of Stow chronologically arranged. 

The First Edition " A Survay of London. Contayning the 

Original], Antiquity, Increase, Moderne Estate, and Description 
of that Citie, written in the year 1598, by Iohn Stow, Citizen 
of London. Also an Apologie (or defence) against the opinion 
of some men, concerning that Citie, the greatnesse thereof. With 
an Appendix, containing in Latlne, Libellum cle situ ^ nolilitate 
Londini : Written by William Fitz-stephen, in the raigne of Henry 
the Second. 

" Imprinted by Iohn Wolfe, Printer to the honorable Citie of Lon- 
don : And are to be sold at his shop within the Pope's head Alley, 
in Lombard Street. 1598." Small f/Jiarto. 

Title-page as above, with the Printer's device, and I. W. as a 

Vignette. 
Dedication to the Right Honorable the Lord Mayor of the Citie of 

London, to the Conmuinaltie and Citizens of the same, 4 pages. 
A Table of the Chapters contained in the Booke, 2 pages. 
The Survay of London, printed in Black and Roman Letter, 

[b-h h 4] 472 pages. 
An Appendix, containing Fitz-stephen's " Descriplio NoUUss'mKV 

Ciuitatis Londonice," fiih5-ii2] p. 473-l'83. 
Faultes escaped in this Booke, 1 page. 

PART 11. 4 K 



614 LONDON. 

Errors of paging : — p. 211 for 112; — p. 1 18 for 117 ; — pp. 186- 
187 for 190-191 ;— pp. 1 94-5 for 198-9;— pp. 19''-9 for pp. 202-3; 
—pp. 220-223 for 221-221;— p. 44-6 for p. 246:— p. 268 for 267 ;— 
p. 263 for 273 ;— p. ''.23 for 313 ;— p. 334 for 335 ;— pp. 327, 238 for 
337, 338 ;— p. 386 for 385 ;— p. 387 for 390 ;— p. 304 for 403 ;— 
pp. 436, 436 for 430, 431 ; — pages 451 to 466, inclusive, are entirely 
omitted, but the signatures, (viz. eg) correspond ; — pages^465-4"80 
are I'epeated, and follow p. 480. 

*^* Some copies have the date 1599, with the same title-page and 
imprint, and precisely the same errata as in this edition. 

The Second Edition has the following alteration in the Title-page: 
" A SuRVAY of London. Conteyning the Originall, Antiquity, 
Increase, Moderne Estate, and Description of that City, written 
in the yeare 1598 by John Stow, Citizen of London. Since by 
the same Author increased, with diuers rare Notes of Antiquity, 
and published in the yeare 1603. Also an Apologie," &c. as in 
the preceding Edition, and concludes with this imprint : " Im- 
printed by lohn Windet, Printer to the honorable Citie of Lon- 
don. 1603." Small quarto. 

After the Title-page is a Dedication to the Rt. Hon. Robert Lee, 
Lord iMayor, 4 pages. — A Table of the Chapters, 2 pages. — The 
Survey, [B-pp2] 580 pages. — Errata, 1 page. 

Errors of paging : — p. 34 for 43 ; — p. a20 for 120 ; — ^p. 105 for 
145 ;— p. 388 for 380 ;— p.453 for 454. 

The Third Edition, also in Black Letter, has a Title-page as be- 
fore, except that after the Words " Citizen of London" follow 
" Since then continued, corrected, and much enlarged, with many 
rare and worthy Notes, both of venerable Antiquity, and later 
memorie ; such as were neuer published before this present yeere 
1618. By A, M." (Anthony Monday, the Poet.) 

*< London : Printed by George Purslowe, dwelling at the East end 
of Christs Church. 1618." Small quar to. 

Dedication to the R* lion. George Bolles, Lord IMayor, signed 

A.M. 6 pages. 
A second Dedication to the R' Rev. John King, Lord Bishop of 

London, signed A. M. 2 pages. 
A Catalogue of such Avthors of Reuercnd Antiquitie, as doe 

auouch the matters conteincd in this Booke, 2 pages. 
The Survay, [B-urr3] 980 pages. 
A Table of the seuerall Chapters contained in the Bookc, 3 pages. 

Errors of paging :— p. 225 for 252 ;— pp. 784, 785, 780 for 774- 
5-6 ;— pp. 788, 789, 788 for 778-780 ;— pp. 390, 391 for 790, 791 ; 
—p. 481 for 841 ;— p.908 for 901 ;— p. 817 for 917;— pp. 950-1 for 
978, 979. 



LONDOJSJ". 615 

*#* Between pages 20 and 21 is an additional half sheet of four 
pages (but not numbered, with the signature **2), giving an ac- 
count of the conveying the New River Water to London ; the Ce- 
remony observed on completing tlie Undertaking, and a poetical 
Speeche delivered at the " Cesterne " on the occasion. 

The Fourth Edition: — " The Survey of London: contayning 
the Originall, Increase, Moderne Estate, and Government of that 
City, methodically setdowne. With a memoriall of those famouser 
Acts of Charity, which for Publicke and Pious Uses have beene 
bestowed by many WorshipfuU Citizens and Benefactors. As also 
all the ancient and modern Monuments erected in the Churches, 
not onely of those two famous Cities, London and Westminster, 
but (now newly added) foure miles compasse. Begunne first by 
the paines and industry of John Stow, in the yeere 1598. After- 
wards inlarged by the care and diligence of A.M. (Anthony Mon- 
day) in the yeere 1618, and now completely finished by the study 
and labour of A.M. (Anthony Monday) H. D. (Henry Dyson) 
and others, this present yeere 163.3. Whei'eunto, besides many 
Additions (as appeares by the Contents), are annexed divers Al- 
phabeticall Tables, especially two : the First, an Index of Things, 
the Second, a Concordance of Names. 

" London : Printed by Elizabeth Pvrslow, and are to be sold by Ni- 
cholas Bovrne, at his Shop at the South Entrance of the Royall 
Exchange. 1633." Folio, 

Title-page as above, with the Arms of the City of London, en- 
graved on Wood, prefixed. 

Dedication to the Right Hon''i<= Ralph Freeman, Lord Maior, &c. 
A. M. wisheth the fruition of all temporall Felicities in this life, 
and the never failing fulnesse of blessednesse in the life to come, 
4 pages. 

To the Reader, signed C. I. 2 pages. 

The Contents of the seuerall Chapters of this Booke, 2 pages. 

All thejChurches in and about London, foure miles compasse. Alpha- 
betically digested. — The Companies in London. — The Companies 
of the Merchants, and Catalogue of Authors referred to, 3 pages. 

The Survey of London, [B-sff 5] 755 pages. 

Title-page : — " The Remaines or Remnants of Diuers worthy 
Things, which should haue had their due place and honour in 
this Worke, if promising friends had kept their w^ords," &c. 

The Remaines, [Ttt-KkkkGj p. 759-939. 

The Tables or Indexes, [Llll-Nnnn6] 28 pages. 

With 388 Shields of Arms, on the letter-press of pages 536-646 — 
The Tomb of the Persian Merchant, on the letter-press of p.781. — 
and an ornamental Device on the Monument of Queen Anne, Wife 
of K. James I. in Westminster Abbey, on the letter-press of p. 815. 
Errors of paging :— p. 169 for 165 ;— p. 274 for 273 ;— pp. 527- 

534, containing " Spiritual Government," are repeated ; — pp. 649, 



616 LONDON. 

646, 61-9, 64-8, 649, 652, 651, 652, for pages 6i5~65S; and pp. 653- 
654 are omitted ; — p. 736 for 732 ; — pp. 771-2 are omitted ; — p. 832 
for 822;— p. 821 for 831 ;— p.876 for 872. 

The Fifth Edition, being the first edited by Strype : — " A Sur- 
vey of the Cities of London and Westminster: containing 
the Original, Antiquity, Increase, Modern Estate, and Govern- 
ment of those Cities: written at first in the year mdxcviii by 
John Stow, Citizen and Native of London. Since reprinted 
and augmented by the Autlior ; and afterwards by A. M. H. D. 
and otliers. — Now lastly, corrected, improved, and very much 
enlarged ; and the Survey and History brought down from the 
year 1633 (being near Fourscore Years since it was last printed) 
to the present Time, by John Strype, M.A. a Native also of the 
said City. Illustrated with exact Maps of the City and Suburbs, 
and of all the Wards : and likewise of the Out Parishes of Lon- 
don and Westminster : together witli many other fair Draughts 
of the more eminent and public Edifices and Monuments. In Six 
Books. To which is prefixed, the Life of the Author, writ by 
the Editor. — At the end is added, an Appendix of certain Tracts, 
Discourses and Remarks, concerning the State of the City of 
London; together with a Perambulation, or Circuit- Walk, four 
or five Miles round about London, to the Parish Churches ; de- 
scribing the Monuments of the Dead there interred ; with other 
Antiquities observable in those Places; and concluding with a 
Second Appendix, as a Supply and Review ; and a large Index of 
the whole Work. In Two Volumes." 
" Peace be witliin thy \Valls, and 
Plenteousness witliiii thy Palaces." — Psal. cxxij 7. 

London : Printed for A. Churchill, J. Knapton, R. Knaplock, 
J. Walthoe, E. Home, B. Tooke, D. Midwinter, B. Cowse, 
R. Robinson, and T. Ward, mdccxx. Folio. 

rr-,, , VOL. L 

litle-page as above. 

Dedication to Sir John Fryer, Bart. Lord Mayor, the Court of Al- 
dermen, and Sheriffs, signed John Strype, 2 pages. 

Preface, p. i-viii. 

The Dedications to the preceding Editions, p. ix-xii. 

The Life of Jolm Stow, tlie Author, Avith the Catalogue of Authors 
referred to, fa-d2] p. i-xxx. 

Chapters and Contents of the Six Books, &c. p. xxxi-xlii. 

List of Subscribers, 2 pages. 

The Survey of London, &c. Bonk I. f A-Qq2] 308 pages. 

The Survey of London, <!v:c. Book II. [b-dcI 4] 208 pages. 

The Survey of London, &c. Book III. [A-Nn 3] 285 pages. 

Containing 41 Plates, and a Two Sheet Plan of tlie City of Lon- 
don, Westminster, and Southwavk : dedicated to Sir George Tho- 
rold, 15art. Lord Mayor ; and a Plan of the City of London, as in 
Q. Elisabeth's time. Folded. 



LOXDOK^. 617 

Errors of paging: — p. 155-158 for 147-150, Book I. — p. 57 for 
55, Book III. 

VOL. 11. 
Title-page as before. 
The Survey continued, beginning witli Book IV. [a-p4j 120 

pages. 
The Survey continued, Book V. [A-Mmm 2] 459 pages. 
The Survey continued, Book VI. f a-m 3] 93 pages. 
Title-page: " An Appendix of certain Tracts, Discourses, and other 

Remarks concerning the State of the City of London," &c. 
The Appendix, [N-Gg4] p. 1-143. 
An Appendix of Additions, [hIi-lI] 2G pages. 
The Index, 25 pages. 

With 25 Plans and other Engravings. 

Errors of paging ; — pp. 153-156, containing a Continuation of 
the Shields of Arms, are repeated, and follow p. 152 ; — p. 32G for 
323 of Book V. 

III. 

A New View of Loxdox ; or, An ample Account of 
that City. In Two Volumes, or Eight Sections : 
being a more particular Desci'iption thereof tlian has 
hitherto been l^nou n to be published of any City in 
the World. 

I. Containing the Names of the Streets, Squares, Lanes, 
Markets, Courts, Alleys, Rows, Rents, Yards, and 
Inns in London, Westminster, and Southvvark : shew- 
ing the Derivations thereof; Quality of Ruilding and 
Inhabitants; Dimensions, Bearing, and Distance from 
Charing Cross, St. Panl's Cathedral, or the Tower of 
London. 

II. Of the Churches : their Names, Foundation, Order of 

Building, Ornament, Dimensions, Altitude of Steeples, 
and Number of Bells therein; Benefactors; Monu- 
ments, Tombs, Cenotaphs, &c. described ; with their 
Epitaphs, Inscriptions, Mottos, Arms, Sec. The Na- 
ture and Value of Livings and Tythes, what each are 
rated in the Queen's Books, and the Names of the 
Patrons, Impropriators, Rectors, Vicars, Lecturers, 
the Hours of Prayer, Organs, Sec. Also the Number 
of Ward and Parish Officers, the Contents or Bounds 
of every Parish, and Number of Houses therein. 

III. Of the several Companies, their Nature, Halls, Armorial 

Ensigns blazoned. Sec, Guild-Hall, Exchanges, East 



618 LONDON. 

India, African, Trinity, &:c. Houses and Fraternities ; 
and Account of the Custom House, Leaden-Hall, 
Bank of England, &c. 

IV. Of the Queen's Palace, eminent Plouses,- &c. of the 
Nobility, Houses of Lords and Commons, Tower of 
London, and Things remarkable therein ; Westmin- 
ster-Hall, Hicks's-Hall, Justice-Hall, &c. 
V. Colleges, Libraries, Musseums, Repositories of Rarities, 
Free-Schools, Inns of Serjeants, Court, and Chan- 
cery, Courts of Judicature from the highest to the 
lowest ; Offices of Law, and others, shewing their 
Business, Situation, &c. 

VI. The Hospitals, Prisons, Work-Houses, Houses of Cor- 
rection, Aims-Houses, and Charity- Schools j their 
Foundation, present State, &c. 
VII. Of Fountains, Bridges, Conduits, Ferries, Docks, Keys, 
Wharfs, Plying-places for Boats, and their Distances 
from London Bridge ; Waters and Lights used by the 
City; Insurances of all kinds. Bagnios, Baths, Hot and 
Cold. 
VIII. An Account of about QOpublick Statues, their Situations, 
Descriptions, &c. The Matter in each Section being 
in alphabetical order, and including all things worthy 
of note in London, Westminster, and Southwark. 

To which is added, an Explanation of the Terms of 
Art used in this Treatise ; also a Supplement : and 
to the whole is prefixed an Introduction concerning 
LondfJn in general ; its Antiquity, Magnitude, Walls 
and Gates, Number of Houses, Inhabitants, Males, 
Females, Fighting ]\Ien ; its Riches, Strength, Fran- 
chises, Government, Civil, Ecclesiastical, and iVIili- 
tary, &c. Illustrated with Two Plans; viz. I. Of 
London, as in Q. Eliz. Time : 2. As it is at present : 
also the Arms of all the City Companies, and other 
Copper Plates. A Book useful not only for Stran- 
gers, but the Inhabitants, and for all Lovers of Anti- 
quity, History, Poesic, Statuary, Painting, Sculpture, 
Mathematicks, Architecture, and Heraldry. (By ED- 
WARD Hatton.) 

London : Printed for R. Chiswell, A. and J. Churchill, T. Home, 
J. Nicholson, and R. Knaplock. 1 708. Octavo, 



LONDON. Cj19 

VOL. I. 

Title-page as before, with an Advertisement respectino- the re- 
print of Stow's Survey of London, on the reverse. 

Preface, and Advertisement, 6 pages. 

An Index to the Founders, Patrons, Incumbents, Benefactors, 
Lecturers, and remarkable Passages, 12 pages. 

An Index to the Monuments, Cenotaphs, Inscriptions, Epitaphs 
and Arms; also the Advertisement to the Bookbinder, 12 
pages. 

The Introduction concerning London in general, [b-e] p. i-xlii, 
ending with the catch-word "yl?i" 

The View of London, beginning with Section I. the List of 
Streets, &c. printed in double Columns, [a-y 8] 332 pages. 
Errors of paging: — p. 25 for 243; — p. 82 for 282; — p. 14 

for 314; — p. 33 for 333. 

PLATES AND MAPS. 

1. The Arms of the City of London, and Description. To 

front the Title. 

2. Plan of London, Westm'' and Southwark, w"' y'' Riv"" 

Thames, as they were survey'd and publisht by Autho- 
rity toward y^ latter end of y^ Raign of Queen Elizabeth. 
Folded. To face p. 1 of the Introduction. 

3. A new Map of the Cityes of London, Westminster, and the 

Burrough of Southwark, together with the Suburbs, as 
they are now standing. Anno Dom. 1707,— and an al- 
phabetical Account of the Wards, &;c. within the Liberty 
of London. Folded. To face p. xxiii of the Introduc- 
tion. 

VOL. II. 

Title-page to the Second Volume very much abridged, with this 

Imprint : " London, printed for John Nicholson, at the King's 

Arms in Little Britain, and Robert Knaplock, at the Bishop's 

Head, in St. Paul's Church- Yard. 1 70R." 

The View of London continued, beginning with S' Martin's 

Ludgate Church," [z-Kee 7] p. 353-813. 
A Supplement to the several Sections, [Eee8-Fff4] p. 813-824. 

Errors of paging :— p. 334 for 537 ;— pp. 573-376 are re- 
peated, and follow; — pages 581-592 are omitted. 

PLATES. 

The Arms of the Twelve principal Companies. Folded. To 

fi-out the Title-page. 
The Arzns of Fifty Companies. Folded, p. 503. 



620 LONDON". 

IV. 

A Survey of the Cities of London and West- 
minster, Borough of Southwark, and Parts 
adjacent. Containing, 

I. The original Foundation, and the ancient and modern 
State thereof. 
II. An exact Description of all Wards and Parishes; Parish- 
Churches, Palaces, Halls, Hospitals, Publick Offices, 
Edifices, and Monuments of any account throughout 
the said Cities, Borough, &c. 

III. A particular Account of the Government of London, 

Ecclesiastical, Civil, and Military : of all Charters, 
Liberties, Privileges, and Customs : and of all Livery 
and other Companies, with their Coats of Arms. 

IV. Lists of all the Officers of His Majesty's Revenues, and 

Household ; and those of the rest of the Royal Fa- 
mily: together with the Salaries thereunto belonging. 

The whole being an Improvement of Mr. Stovv's, and 
other Surveys, by adding whatever Alterations have 
happened in the said Cities, &c. to tlie present Year; 
and retrenching many Superfluities, and correcting 
many Errors in the former Writers. By Robert 
Sey^nioue, Esq.* Illustrated with several Copper- 
plates. In Two VOLUIMES. 

London : Printed for J. Read, in White-Fryars, Fleet-Street. 
MDCCXXXIV. Folio, 

VOL. I. 
Title-page as above, printed in black and red Ink. 
Dedication to the King. 
The Survey, printed in double Columns, [a 2-9 y] p. 3-822. 

Errors of paging: — pp. 174-3 for 170-1. 

PLATES. 

1. Map of London, Westminster, and Southwark, with the 
new Buildings to the Year 1733. Folded. To face p. 3. 



* The real author of this hook was Jvhn Motlcv, the more celebrated 
compiler of Joe Miller's Jcbts, He also wrnie a Life of l'(.-tcr the Great, 
as well as some pieces for the staj^e; and wats the son of Colonel Motley, 
who fell at the Battle of Turin, 1700, in the service of Louis the Four- 
tccntli. 



LONDON. 62 1 

View of London. On the letter-press of p. 3. 

Aldgate, Bishopsejate, Moor2;ate, C^ripplei^ate, Aldersgate, 

Newgate, and Ludgate. On the letter-press from pages 

15 to yi. 

2. London Bridge. Tho. Gardner sc. p. 45. 

3. The Tower of London. Tlio. Gardner sc. p. 36. 

4. Bethleni Hospital. Tho. Bowles sc. p. ISfi. 

5. The Roval Exchange. Folded. T. Bowles sc. p. 402. 

6. The Monument. T. Bowles sc. p. 450. 

7. Guildhall. T. Bowles sc. p. 543. 

8. The Front, or West End of St. Paul's. Folded. T. Bowles 

sc. p. f)51. 
The Old Cathedral Church. On the letter-press of p. 651. 
Alhallows Church, Bread Street. G. Druce del. T. Bowles 

sc. On the letter-press of p. 707. 
Temple Bar. On the letterpress of p. 796. 

VOL. II. 
Title-page as in the First Volume, dated mdccxxxv. 
Dedication to the Rt. Hon^'= Sir Robert V/alpole, 2 pages. 
List of Subscribers, 2 pages. 
The Survey of the City of London continued, beginning with 

Book IV. [b-IOg] 869 pages. 
Appendix and Index, the reverse of IOg-IOt. 

Errors of paging: — pages 237 to 257 are omitted, but the 
Signatures correspond. 

PLATES. 

Seventv-one Coats of Arms of the different Companies. On the 

letter-press from pages 337 to 407. 
Also a View of Westminster Abbey, engraved by T. Bowles. To 

front the Title-page. 

N. B. The first edition was published in 1736, with this Title- 
page : 

" An accurate Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster, 
and Borough of Southwark ; with a complete History of St. 
Paul's Cathedral and Westminster Abbey, The whole being aa 
Improvement of Mr. Stow, and other Surveys, by adding what- 
ever Alterations have happened in the said Cities, &c. to the 
Year 1733, and correcting many Errors in the former Impres- 
sioas. By Robert Seymour, Esq. 

" London : Printed and sold by the Booksellers in City, Town, and 
Country, mdccxx.xvi." 

PART II. 4L 



622 JX)NIX)N. 

It is printed in quarto in double columns, containing 1298 pages, 
or signatures A-l'2n t, and has the t\)lio\ving errors of paging: — 
p. 159 for 161 ;— p. 237 for 327 ;— p. 60(5 for 609 ;— pp. 631 to 650 
inclusive, are omitted, but the signatures and catchwords cor- 
respond ; — p. 561 for 861 ; — p, 89 for 895 ; — p. 485 for 985. 

Nineteen years after the appearance of the Second Edition of this 
viotiey performance (viz. 1734), which had evidently been neglect- 
ed by the public, the renuiining co'|)ies then unsold fell into other 
hands ; and in 1753 it re-appeared with a new and .striking title-page, 
in red and black ink, in which was omitted the hctitious name of 
" R. Seymour," and that of a " Gentleman of the Inner Temple" 
substituted, and containing the following additions or alterations : 
" V. The Antiquities of Westminster Abbey, with a Description 
of the Monuments, Tombs, &c. 
" VI. A View and Description of the Mansion-House and West- 
minster Bridge. 
Being an Improvement . of IMi". Stows and other Historical 
Writers and Surveys : to which will be added a New History of 
the County of Middlesex. In which is introduced Sir William 
Dugdale's History of St. Paul's Cathedral from its Foundation; 
beautified with various Prospects of the old Fabrick, which was 
destroyed by the Fire of London, 1666; as also the Figures of 
the Tombes and Monuments therein, as they stood in September 
1641, with their Epitaphs neatly iniitated, which were defaced in 
the Grand Rebellion : with an Account of the Foundation and 
Structure of the new Church till finished. To which is prefixed 
the Effigies of Sir Vv'illiam Dugdale. In Two Volumes. De- 
dicated to Sir Crisp Gascoigne, Knt. By a Gentleman of the 
Inner Temple. 
"London: Printed for M.Cooper, at the (Jlobe in Paternoster 
Row; W. Reeve, Fleet-Street; and C', Sympson, at the Bible in 
Chancery-Lane. -Muccliii." Folio. 
With Twenty Plates; viz. Eight Engravings: 1. Plan of London 
to the Year 1733 — 2. London Bridge. Tho. (Jardner sc. — 3. The 
Tower. T. (iardner sc. — 4. Bethlem Hospital. T Bowles sc. — 

5. The Royal Exchange. T. Bowles sc 6. The Monument. T. 

Bowles sc. — 7. (iuild Hall. T. Bowles sc. — 8. West End of St. 
Paul's. T. Bowles sc. — and Twelve worn-out impressions from the 
coppers of Dugdale's History of St. Paul's, including the Por- 
trait of Sir William Dugdale as a Frontisj)iece. 
The Second Volume contains Eleven Engravings, the whole from 
the same copper-plates as in Dugdale's St. Paul's. 
But thi.s trick not succeeding, the next year, viz. 1754, recourse 
was had to another title-^)age, for the purpose of re-instrting the 
original name of " R. Seytnour, Esq." to wiiich was annexed that 



LONDON. 623 

of " J. Marchant, Gent." This pretended New Survey, said to be 
" illustrated with upwards of an hundred c-opper-platcs, by the most 
eminent Masters," was printed for " M. Cooper, in Paternoster 
Row, and C. Sympsoii, at the Bible Warehouse, Chancery-Lane, 
Fleet- Stieot, mdcci-iv." — These illustrations, in fact, consist only 
of the original plates for the work, most sedulously counted from 
the letter-press, being the corporate Coats of Arms given in the first 
edition, together witli the worn-out impressions from Dugdale's St. 
Paul's. 

V. 

The History of London, from its Foundation to the 
■ present Time : Containing, 

L The original Constitution of London : the ancient and 
present State of its several Wards, Churches, Parishes, 
Liberties, and Districts : Accounts of all the religious 
Foundations in London and its Suburi)s, before the 
Reformation. The Names of all the Streets, Squares, 
Courts, Lanes, &c. within the City and Suburbs; with 
curious Calculations touching the Number of its In- 
habitants, and Parallels between London and many 
of the most celebrated ancient and modern Cities, 
whereby it will appear that the Inhabitants of Lon- 
don, at ])resent, are almost equal in Number to those 
of the Cities of Paris, Amsterdam, and Home toge- 
gether, and superior in Number to any one City in the 
World, 
n. Historical and particular Accounts of the City Govern- 
ments, Ecclesiastical, Civil, and Military, in all their 
Branches, with the several Charters rendered into En- 
glish ; wherein are set forth their many great and va- 
luable Privileges, Lnmunities, and numerous Bene- 
factions. 

in. History of the several Incorporations of Merchants and 
Traders; shewing the Institutions of their respective 
Companies; with their ancient Rights, Privileges, and 
Coats of Arms. 

IV. Description of the present State of Learning, and of 
the Colleges, Schools, Inns of Court, Conmion Pleas, 
King's Bench, Chancery, Exchc([uer, High Court of 
Parliament, &c. 
V, Full and particular Accounts of all the Hospitals, Aims- 
Houses, and other Charitable Foundations, within the 
City and the Parts adjacent. 



624 LONDON. 

VI. The ancient and present State of the Tower, and of the 
Curiosities therein contained ; with a Descrijition of 
the British Museum. Including the several Parishes 
in Westminster, Middlesex, .Southwark, tVc. within the 
Bills of Mortality. 

By William Maitland, F.R.S. antl continued to 
the Year 1772 by the Rev. John Entick, M.A. 
Illustrated with a coii)i)lete Set of the Churches, Pa- 
laces, public Buildhigs, Hospitals, Bridges, &c. within 
and adjacent to this great Metropons. The Plans of 
London, exhibiting its Appearance before the Fire; 
in its Ruins after that Contiai!;ration in \()66 ; and as 
it is now rebuilt and extended : with a laroe ^lap of 
all the Villages and Country within Ten Miles cir- 
cumference ; exactly drawn, and curiously engraved 
on' One Hundred and TJiirty Copper-plates, by the 
best Hands, and on so large a Scale, that each Plate 
could not be sold separate for less than One Siiilling: 
and injproved with a great Variety of authenlick 
Pieces relating to the progressive Alterations it has 
underjione from its first Fountlation ; and describincp 
those charitable and other additional Buildings with 
which it has been lately adorned, and increased to its 
•present prodigious Extent : wherein all the Defects in 
the former Edilion of this \york, and in other Au- 
thors on this Subject, are supplied, theic Errors cor- 
rected, and the History brought down, with great Care 
and Impartiality, to the present Time. In Two Vo- 
lumes. ^^, j.^^ l^iniA^ij ^atl}:ivin). 

London : Printed for J. Wilkie, in St. Paul's Church Yard ; 
T. Lowndes, in Fleet Street ; G. Kearsley, in Ludgate Street j 
and S. Bladon, in Paternoster-Row. wdcclxxii*". Folio. 

VOL. I. 
Title-page as above. 

* In the year 1775, a new Titlc-pa^e was given to the copies then re- 
iTiainini^ iinsitkl, worked on a //'^'/i/f/'-coloiircd and coarser ptipcr, with the 
following imprint: " London: printed for J. Wilkie, in St. I'aul's Church- 
Yard; T.Lowndes, in l''lcet Street; and J. licw, in I'ateraostcr Row. 
MDCCLXXV." 



LONDOl^. 625 

Dedication to the Rt. Hon. Slingsl)y Bethell, Esq. Lord Mayor, 
the Court of Aldermen and Slieritfs, and the Court of Com- 
mon-Council of tlic City of Loudon, 2 pages. 

An Alphabetical List of the Subscribers, fj pages. 

The Contents of Vol. I. p. iii-viii. 

The History of London, bei^inning with Book L No. I-LX. 
[a-8 r1 p. 3-712, with a Head-piece. C. Frederick Anniger 
inv. & del. L. P. Boitard sc. Some copies are without this 
engraving, and have the signature " a. No. I." omitted. 

PLATES. 

1. The City Gates; viz. Aid-Gate, Bishops-Gate, Moore-Gate, 

Cripple-Gate^ Alders-Gate, New-Gate, Lud-Gate, and 
the Bridge Gate. B. Cole sc. To front the Title. 
A Sejndchral Stone dug up where Ludgate Church is situate, 
after the Great Fire, A.D. lf)66. On the letter press of 
p 17. 

2. Old London Bridge, p. 43. 

3. The Tower of London, p, 146. 

4. A View of London aliont the Year 1560. Folded, p. 292. 

5. A Plan of the City and Suljur'os of London, as fortified by 

Order of Parliament in the Years 1 6 li' and l6 I s. p. 369. 

6. A Plan of the City and Liberties of London after the dread- 

ful Conflagration in the Year I666; the Blank part 
whereof represents the Ruins and Extent of the Fire ; 
and the Perspective that left standing, p. 43_'. 

7. London Restored, or John Evelyn's (misprinted Sir .John) 

Plan for Rebuilding that antient Metropolis after the 
Fire in I066; also the Parish Church of S' Trinity in 
the Minories, and the Chapel of the Rolls. B. Cole sc. 
p. 447. 

VOL. H. 
Title-page as before. 

The Contents of the Second Volume, 2 pages. 
The History of London continued, beginning with page 713- 

1392, No. LXI-CXVH. [8S-16C2] 
An Alphabetical Index to the Two Volumes, [1Gd-16g3] 

p. 1393-1410. 
An Appendix, [i6b*-16c*] p. *13S7-*1391 . 
Half-Title : "A Continuation of the History and Survey of the 
Cities of London and Westminster, and the Borough of 
Southwark, with the Places adjacent; i)ringing down the 
History to the present Time, and describing the vast Improve- 
ments made in every part of this great Metropolis.'* 



626 LONDON. 

The Continuation, [a2-oo2] p. 3-148. 

Directions to tlie Bookbinder for placing the Copper-plates, 

2 pages. 

Errors of paging : — pp 87 f-S74' for pp. 873-876 ; — p. 1061 
for 1091 ;■ — and pp. 1387-1391 are repeated with asterisks. 

PLATES AND MAPS, 
(Engraved by B. Cole.) 

1. An accurate Map of the Countries Twenty Miles round 

London, drann from actual Surveys, describing the Ci- 
ties, Borough, and Market Towns, Churches, Seats, 
Roads, Distances, &c. Folded. To face the Title- 
page. 

2. Pkm of Aldersgate Ward, with its Divisions into Precincts 

and Parisb.es, and the Liberty of St. Martin's le Grand, 
with the Parish Ciunches of St. Anne witinn and St. Bo- 
tolph without Aidersgate. Inscribed to William Benn, 
Esq. Alderman, p. 761. 

3. Goldsmiths Hall in Foster Lane, and Stationers Hall near 

Paternoster Row. p. 763. 

4. The City of London Lying-in Hospital. INFylnc, Arcliitect. 

.1. Roberts sc. j). 7 61. 
5.* Two Views of the City of London Lying-in Hospital for 
Married Women, at Shaftes!)ury House, Aldcrsgate Street, 
instituted March 30, 1 750. p. 76 J. 

6. Plan of Aldgate Ward, with its Divisions into Precincts and 

Parishes, with the Churches of S' James, Duke's Place, 
and S' Catherine Coleman. Inscribed to Robert Scott, 
Esq. Alderman, p. 776. 

7. Plan of ]>illingsgatc Ward, and Bridge Ward within, with 

the Churches of S' Mary at Hill and S' Botolph, in 
B()tolj)h Lane, near Billingsgate. Inscribed to William 
Beckford and William Stephenson, Es(|rs. p. 790. 

8. Plan of Bi'^hops-gate Ward within and without, with the 

Churches of 8' Ethelburga within Bishopsgate, and of 
Great S' Ilellcn. Inscribed to Matthew Blakiston, Esq. 
Alderman. ]). 793. 

9. Plan of Ibcad Street Ward and Cordwainers Ward, with the 

Parish Churches of S' Matthew, in Friday Street, and 
of St. Mildred, in Bread Street. Inscribed to the Rt. 
Hon. Stephen Theodore Janssen, Esq. Lord Mayor, and 
William Alexander, Es(}. Alderman, p. 822. 
10. Two Plans for improving London Bridge. Inscribed to the 



LONDOT^. ()<27 

Rt. Hon. Sir Richard Iloarc, Lord Mayor, l)y Charles 
Lal)elyc, 1746. p. 828. 

11. The Mominiciit. p. 831. 

12. Plan of Broad Street Ward and Cornhill Ward, with the 

Churches of S' Christopher, in Threadnecdle Street, of 
St. Bartholomew, behind the Roval Exchange, and of 
St. Bennct Finch, in Threadneedlc Street. Inscri!)ed to 
Tiionias Rawlinson, Esq. and to Francis Cokavne, Esq. 
Aldernion. Folded, p. 838. 

13. A perspective View of the Bank of England. ]i. 8 K5. 

14. Ironmongers Hall in Fenchm-ch Street, and the South Sea 

House in Threadneedle Street. Folded, p. 8 iS. 

13. The College of Arms, or Herald's Office, p. 837. — The 
Arms of the same, on the letter-press of p. 837. 

IG. Plan of Cheap Ward, with its Divisions into Parishes. — 
Guildhall C:hapel— South View of S^ Mildred's Cliurch 
in the Poultrv. — South View of Grocer's Hall. — and 
West View of Blackwell Hall. Inscribed to Samuel 
Fludyer, Esri. Folded, p. SSO. 

17. A View of the Guild-Hall of the City of London, j). 882. 

18. Plan of the Wards of Coleman Street and Bassishaw, with 

the Churches of S* Michael, Bassishaw, and of S"^ Ste- 
phen, Coleman Street. Inscribed to Robert Alsop and 
William Baker, Esq'^- Aldermen, p. 893. 

19. The Royal Exchange, p. 898. 

20. Plan of Cripplegate Ward, with S' Luke's Hospital for Lu- 

natics. Inscribed to John Blachford, Esq. Alderman, 
p. 901. 

21. Plan of Baynard's Castle Ward, and Farringdon Ward 

within, with the Churches of S* Beiujet, Paul's Wliarf ; 
S' Martin's, Ludgate ; and of St. Andrew Wardrobe, 
Puddle Dock Hill. Inscribed to Sir Robert Ladhroke, 
Kn'. and to William Bridgen, Esq. Aldermen. Folded. 
p. 922. 

22. Merchant Taylors School and S' Paul's School, p. 932. 

23. Plan of Faringdon Ward without, with its Divisions into 

Parishes, and Elevations of Temple Bar and Bridewell 
North Gate. Inscribed to Richard Beckfojd, Es(|. Al- 
deruKin. Folded, p. 960. 

24. Tlie South East Prospect of the Temple Chnrch. p. 96S. 
23. Bridewell (Hospital), p. 979. 

26. The South and Ivist Prospects and Plan of St. Bartholo- 
mew's Hospital. Inscribed to .lohu Tuff, Esq. Treasurer, 
p. 9S3. 



628 LONDON. 

27. The Surgeons Theatre in tlic Old Bailey, p. 991. 

28. Plan of Langhourn \\'ar(l and Candiewick Ward, with the 

Churches of Allhallows, Lombard Street ; Allhallows 
Staining, Crutched Fryers ; St. Clement's, East Cheap; 
and S' Mary Woolnoth, Lombard Street. Inscribed to 
Sir .Joseph Hankey, Kn'- and Sir Charles Asgill, Kn^- Al- 
dermen. Folded, p. 996. 

29. Plan of Lime Street Ward, with the Front of Leaden "HaU. 

Inscribed to John Porter, Esq. Alderman. ]). 1000. 

30. Plan of Portsoken Ward. Inscribed to Sir William Calvert, 

Kn'- and Alderman, p. 1008. 

31. Quceii-Hithe and Vintry Wards, with the Parii^h Church of 

St. Michael, Queen-IIithe. Inscribed to Sir Crisp Gas- 
coyne, Kn'- and .to Marsh Dickenson, Esq. Aldermen, 
p. 1024. 

32. The North West Prospect of the Danes Church in Well 

Close Square ; and the South West Prospect of the 
Swedes Church in Princes S([uare, Ratcliff-Highway. 
p. 102f). 

33. Plan of Tower Street Ward. Inscribed to Thomas Cliittv, 

Esq. Alderman. — The East India House in Leadenhall 
Street, and the Entrance of Westminster Hall. p. 1032. 

34. The Custom House, p. 1033. 

35. Fishmongers Hall, near London Bridge, and Vintners Hall, 

in Thames Street. Vj. 1041. 
3^6. Plan of Walbrook and Dowgate Wards, with the Churches 
of S' Stephen, in Wall)rook, and of S' Michael Royal, 
College Hill. Inscribed to Slingsby Bethcll, Esq. and 
Sir Richard Clyn, Kn* Aldermen, p. 104S. 

37. The Mansion House, for the Reception of the Lord Mayor 

of the Citv of London for the Time being. ]). 1017. 

38. The North West Prospect of the Parish Church of S» Al- 

ban, in Wood Street, p. 1050. 

39. The North West Prospect of the Parish Church of Allhal- 

lows, in Bread Street, and the East Prospect of the Pa- 
rish Cimich of St Michael, in Wood Street, p. 1053. 

40. The Pf<rish Church of Allhallows tiie Great, in Thames Street, 

and the French Hos])ital lu-ar Old Street, p. 10.5 4. 

41. The North Prospect of St Andrew's Church, in Holborn, 

1754. p. 1059. 

42. The North West Pros|)ect of the Piu-ish Church of S* An- 

<ircw Undershaft, in Leadenhall Street ; and a Perspec- 
tive View of the Parish Cliurch of S' John the Evange- 
list, in Westminster, p. 1062. 



LONDON. 629 

43. The North West Prospect of the Parish Church of S* An- 

thony, in Budge Row. p. IO66. 

44. The West Prospect of the Church of S' Bartholomew the 

Great ; and the South West Prospect of the Church of 
S' Bartholomew the Less. p. IO69. 

45. The North West Prospect of the Parish Church of S' Ben- 

net, Grace Church, p. 1072. 

46. The Parish Church of S' Botolph without Aldgate, built 

174*. J. Smith del. p. 1079. 

47. The North East Prospect of the Parish Church of S^ Bo- 

tolph without Bishopsgate. p. 1084. 

48. S* Brigit, alias S* Bride's Church, p. 1086. 

49. The Parish Churches of S' Dunstan in the East, and S* 

James at Garlick Hith. p, 1093. 

30. The South East Prospect of the Church of S' Dunstan in 

the West. p. 1094. 

3 1 . The South East Prospect of the Chapel Royal of S' Peter 

in the Tower ; and the ^Vest Prospect of the Parish 
Church of S' Giles, Cripplegate. p. 1 101. 

52. The South West Prospect of the Parish Church of S* Ca- 

therine Cree, in Leadenhall Street, p. 11 16. 

53. The North West Prospect of the Parish Church of S' Mag- 

nus the Martyr, the North East End of London Bridge, 
p. 1124. 

54. The West and South East Prospects of the Parish Churches 

of S' Olave in the Old Jewry, and of St. Margaret, 
Lothbury. p. 1126. 

55. The Parish Churches of S' Mary Aldermary, in Bow Lane, 

and of S' Margaret Pattens, in Little Tower Street, 
p. 1128. 
36. The South East Prospect of the Parish Church of S' Mary 
Abchurch, in Abchurch Lane ; and the North East Pro- 
spect of the Parish Church of S' Martin Outvvich, in 
Threadneedle Street, p. 1 133. 

57. The East Prospect of the Parish Churches of S' Mary, 

Aldermanbury, and of AUhallows, in London Wall, 
p. 1 134. 

58. (S* Mary le) Bow Church, p. 1137. 

39. The South East Prospect of the Parish Churches of S^ Mary 
Magdalen, in Old Fish Street, and of S^ Laurence Jewry, 
p. 1141. 

60. The West Prospect of the Parish Church of S* Michael, 
Cornhill. p. 1147. 
PART II. 4 M 



630 LONDON. 

61 . The West Prospect of S* Paul's Cathedral. Folded, p. 1 1 63. 

62. The Churches of S' Vedast, alias Foster Lane ; AUhallows 

Barkitia:; and S' Peter, in Cornhill. p. 1 175. 

63. The North East and South East Prospects of the Churches 

of S' Olave, Hart Street, and 8' Peter le Poor, in Broad 
Street, p. 1177. 

64. The South Prospect of the Church of S* Sepulchre, p. 1 1 78. 

65. The Parish Churches of S' Swithin, in Cannon Street; S' 

Edmund the Kinej, in Lombard Street; and S* Nicholas 
Cole-abbv, Old Fish Street, p. ! 183. 

The ancient Seal of the City of London. On the letter- 
press of p, 1 193. 

Ninety-six Arms of tiie several Companies, on the letter- 
press from pages 123-2 to 1258, both inclusive. 

66. The Treasury in S* James's Park, and the Admiralty, near 

White- Hall. p. 1263. 

67. A View of the House of Peers, the King sitting on the 

Throne, the Commons attending him, at the End of the 
Session, 1755. p. 1281. 

68. The East Prospect of Haberdashers (or Aske's) Alms 

Houses at Hoxton. p. 1289. 

69. Fishmongers A'ms-houses, at Nevvington Butts, Surrey; 

and Bancroft's Alms-houses, in Bow Road. p. 1289. 

70. Bethlehem Hospital, p. 1290. 

71. The Charter House Hospital, p. 129I. 

72. Christ's Hospital, p. 1292. 

73. A View of the Foundling Hospital, p. 1293. 

74. St. George's Hospital, p. 1303. 

75. Guy's Hospital, p. 1305. 

76. The College of Physicians in Warwick Lane. — The London 

Hospital in Whitechapel Road. — and the Church of S* 
John the Baptist in the Savoy, p. 1312. 

77. St. Tiiomas's Hospital, p. 1322. 

78. A new and accurate Plan of the City of Westminster, the 

Dutchy of Lancaster, and Places adjacent, p. 1327. 
The Arms of the City of Westminster. On the letter-press 
of p. 1327. 

79. The East Prospect of the Abbey of S' Peter, and of the 

Parish Church of S' Margaret, Westminster, p. 1328. 

80. South West View of the Parish Church of S^ Clement 

Danes, in the Strand, p. 1335. 

8 1 . The North West Prospect of the Parish Church of S' George, 

Hanover Square, p. 133G. 



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82. The South and North Prospects of (the Churches of) St James 

and Si Anne, Westminster, p. 1337. 

83. A View of the House of Commons, p. 1341. 

84. The East Front of the Horse and Foot Guards at White- 

hall, p. 1312. 
£5. The Royal Banqueting House at White Hall, and the Navy 
Office in Broad Street, p. 1343. 

86. A Perspective View of St Martin's Church, p. 1343. 

87. St. James's Palace, and Parts adjacent, p. 1345. 

88. Trinity Alms Houses, Mile End Road. — Ironmongers Alms 

Houses in Kingsland Road, and His Majesty's Stables in 
the Mews. p. 1343. 

89. The South West Prospect of S' Mary's Church in the 

Strand, p. 1346. 

90. The South Prospect of Somerset House, in the Strand. 

p. 1346. 

91. The North East Prospect of the Parish Churches of S* 

George in Queen Square, near Holborn, and of S' Paul, 
in Covent Garden, p. 1346. 

92. A Front View of the Royal Palace of Kensington, p. 1348. 

93. The South East Prospect of \\'estminster Bridge. Folded. 

p. 134 9. 

94. The North West Prospect of Christ Church, in Spittle- 

fields, p. 1350. 

95. A Survey of the Parishes of S' Andrew, Holbourn, with- 

out the Freedom ; S* George, Queen Square ; S' James, 
Clerkenwell; S' Luke, Old Street; S' Mary, Islington; 
and the Charter-house Liberty, p. 1350. 

96. A South West Propect of S^ Dunstan's Church at Stepney. 

Inscribed to the Gentlemen of the Vestry, p. 1353. 

97. The Parish Churches of S^ Mary le Bone in Middlesex, and 

of S* George in Bloomsbury. p. 1360. 

98. The Parish Churches of S' George in Ratcliff Highway, and 

of S' Anne at Limehouse. p. 1361. 

99. The North West View of S^ Giles's Church in the Fields. 

p. 1362. 

100. The South West Prospects of the Parish Churches of S* 

James, Clerkenwell, and of S* Matthew at Bethnal 
Green, p. 1363. 

101. The Parish Churchq^ of S' John at Hackney, and of S' 

Thomas in Southwark. p. 1365. 

102. The South West Prospect of the Church of S* Leonard, 

Shoreditch. p. 1366. 



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103. The South West View of the Parish Church of S*^ Luke, in 

Old Street, p. 1368. 

104. The North East Prospect of the Parish Church of S'^ Mary 

at Ishngton. p. 1370. 

105. The North West Prospect of the Pari-^h Church of S Mary, 

White-Chapple. p. 1373. 

106. The South West and South East Prospects of the Parish 

Churches of St Paul at Shadwell, and of S' .John at 
Wapping, p. 1379. 

107. The North West Prospect of the Parish Church of S* ■ 

George in S<)uth^\•ark• p. 13b 2. 

108. The Parish Churches of S*^ John in Southwark, and of 

S* Mary at Rotherhithe. p. 13 S3. 

109. The South East Prospects of Christ Cliurch, in Surry, 

and of the Parish Church of S Mary at Laniheth. 
p. 1384. 

1 10. The Arch-Bishop of Canterbury's Palace at Lambeth. 

p. 1386. 

111. The Parish Churches of S"^ Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, 

and of S' Mary, Newington Butts, p. 13 87. 

112. The Excise Office, and the Parish Church of S Olave, 

Southwark. p 1389- 

113. The South Prospect of the Church of S* Saviour, in South- 

wark. p. 1390. 

114. A perspective View of the Royal Hospital at Greenwich. 

Folded, p 1392. 

115. The fore and back Fronts of the Royal Hospital at Chel- 

sea, p. 1392. 

116. Three Designs for building a Bridge with Stone, to cross 

the River Thames from Black-friars, London, to South- 
wark in Surry. Inscribed to the Rt Hon. Slingsby Be- 
thell, Esq. Lord Mayor, and to the Comt of Aldermen 
and Common Council, by Edward Oakley. Folded, 
p. 1387.* 

117.* Black Friars Bridge.— South and West Fronts of the 
Small Pox Hospital in Cold Bath Fields. The Small 
Pox Hospital near Pancras, where the Patients are pre- 
pared for Lioculation. p. 3 of the Contiiuiation. 

118.* West Front of the New Excise Office in London, W. Ro- 
binson, Archit. J. Robinson del. p. 148 of the Conti- 
nuation. 

119.* The Bank of England and New Newgate, p, 148 of the 
Continuation, 



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J 20.* New River Office, and Front of New Newgate, p. 148 
of the Continuation. 

121.* Front of the Sessions Mouse in the Old Bailey, p. 14S 
of the Continuation. 

122.* Magdalen Hospital, S' George's Fields; and Westmin- 
ster Lving-in Hospital near Westminster Bridge, p. 148 
of th-e Continuation. 

123.* The Circus and Obelisk in St. George's Fields, p. 148 
of the Continuation. 

124.* The Buildings called the Adelphi. Ben. Green del. & so. 
p. 148 of the Continuation. 

N. B. Those Engravings marked with an asterisk are not in 
the printed List of Plates. 

*^* The First edition of this History of London appeared in 
1739, in one volume folio, of which there were copies on Large 
Paper. — The 5«'o«rf edition was printed in two volumes in 1756. 
— The Third, in 1760, also in two volumes, containing the same 
letter-press, dedication, list of subscribers, number oi' engravings, 
and even errors of paging, as in the edition of 1772; except that 
in the second volume of the latter " The Continuation of the His- 
tory of London," in 1 k> pages, was substituted for the description 
of the plates of the public buildings, under the title of " English 
Architecture" inserted in the edition of 1760: the title-page and 
additions of which, varying materially, from the one of 1772, are 
here given. 

<' The History and Survey of Londox, from its Foundation to 
the present Time, in Two Volumes : Containing, 

I. The most authentic Accounts of its Origin, Increase, Pro- 
ceedings, I'iivileges, Customs, Charters, Acts of Com- 
mon Council, memorable Actions both of the Body Cor- 
porate and of the most eminent Citizens, and whatever 
has happened in or near that Metropolis during ISOO 
Years. 
IL The Political History of London, with an accurate Survey 
of the several Wards, Liberties, Precincts, &c. : an Ac- 
count of the several Parishes and Churches : its Civil, 
Military, and Ecclesiastical Government, Companies and 
Commerce, Antiquities, Offices, Societies, State of Learn- 
ing, and Monuments of Charity and Piety ; including the 
several Parishes in M'estminster, Middlesex, and Surry, 
within the Bill of Mortality. Illustrated with One Hun- 
dred and Twenty-three Copper-plates, exhibiting the 
Plans of the Wards in London, of the City of Westmin- 
ster, and Parishes adjacent ; and Views of the whole City 
at different Times, and of all the Churches, Palaces, 



634 LONDON. 

Bridges, Halls, Hospitals, &c. and a Map of the Country 

Ten 3Iiles round this great Cit}'. 
The Third Edition: To which is now first added, a succinct 
Review of their History, and a candid Examination of their De- 
fects: also an additional Plate of that btautiful and much ad- 
mired fabric St. Stephen's Walbroke. The whole greatly im- 
proved by new Materials and authentic Pieces, not in former 
Editions. By William Maitland, F.R.S. and others. 

" '^)i tfH' ftinn'e ?Cutl)orit)ri. 
" London : Printed for T. Osborne, in Gray's Inn. mdcclx." 

Immediately after the Index in the Second Volume is this addi- 
tional letter-press : 

"English Architecture: or the Publick Buildings of London 
and Westminster ; with Plans of the Streets and Squares, repre- 
sented in One Hundred and Twenty-three folio Plates : with a 
succinct Review of their History, and a candid Examination of 
their Perfections and Defects." 

Dedication to the King. 

A second Dedication, to Sir Slingsby Bethell, the same as in the 
First Volume. 

Preface, 2 pages. 

English Architecture : describing the Subjects of all the Plates of 
13uildings, beginning with " Westminster Abbey," [B-Ff2] 112 
pages. 

The Index, and Directions to the Binder, 4 pages. 

VI. 
A New and Compleat Survey of London. In 
Eidit Parts. 

o 

I. All the publick Transactions and memorable Events that 
have haj)pencd to the Citizens, from its first Founda- 
tion to the Year 1742 5 Charters, Privileges, 8cc. 
n. A particular Description of the Thirteen Wards on the 
East of Walbrook. 

III. Of the Twelve Wards on the West of W^albrook. 

IV. A political Account of London : Parallels between this 

and the most celebrated Cities of Antiquity, as well as 
the modern (ircat Cities of Europe, Asia, and Africa. 
V. An historical Account of the City Governhients, Eccle- 
siastical, Civil, and Military. 
VI. A full Account of the great and extensive Commerce of 
the City ; and of the several Incorporations of the 
Alts and Mysteries of the Citizens. 



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Vll. Of the present State of Learning in this Citv. 

VIII, History and Antiquities of Westminster, Borough of 
Soutliwark, and Parts adjacent in Middlesex and Sur- 
rey, within the Bills of Mortality. 

In Four (Two) Volumes. By a Citizen, and Na- 
tive of London. 

London : Printed for S. Lyne, at the Glohe in Nevvgate-Street. 
MDCcxi-ii. Octavo, 

VOL. I. 
Title-page as before. 
Dedication to Sir Robert Godschall, Kn'' Lord Mayor, and the 

Court of Aldermen, 2 pages. 
Contents, 4 pages. 
The Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster, &c. 

printed in double columns, [b-uu4] 664 pages. 

With a folded Plan of London and Westminster ; and Twelve 
Wood-cuts on the letter-press. 

Errors of paging : — p. I98, igyfor -202, 203;— p. 681 for 481. 

VOL. II. 

Printed for S. Lyne, at the Globe in Newgate Street; and 
J. Hive, in Aldersgate Street, mdccxlii. 

Title-page as before. 

The Survey continued, [B-pp 6] p. 665-125 7. 

Index, 7 pages. 

With Three Engravings on Wood on the letter-press. 

Errors of paging : — pp. 777-780 are omitted ; — p.6S9 for 789. 



VII. 

A New and Accurate History and Survey of 
London, Westminster, SouTiiWARK,and Places 
adjacent : containing whatever is most worthy of 
notice in their ancient and present State : in which 
are described their Civil, Ecclesiastical, and Military 
Government ; original Constitution, Antiquities, Ma- 
nufactories, Trade, Commerce, and Navigation : and 
tlic several V/ards, Liberties, l^reciiicts, Districts, Pa- 



636 LONDON". 

rislies, Churclics, Religious and Ciiaritable Founda- 
tions, and other public Edifices ; particularly the Cu- 
riosities of the Tower of London, St. Paul's Cathe- 
dral, Westminster Abbey, the Royal Exchange, Sir 
Hans Sloane's Museum, &c. and whatever is remark- 
able for Elegance, Grandeur, Use, Entertainment or 
Curiosity; with the Charters, Laws, Customs, Rights, 
Liberties, and Privileges of this great Metropolis. 
Illustrated widi a variety of Heads, Views, Plans, 
and Maps neatly engraved. (In Four Volumes.) 
By the Rev. John Entick, M.A. 

London : Printed for Edward and Charles Dilly, in the Poul- 
try, near the Mansion- House, mdcclxvi. 

VOL. L 
Title-page as above. 
Dedication to the Rt. Hon. George Nelson, Esq. Lord Mavor, 

and tlie Court of Aldermen and Common Council of the City 

of London. 
The Historical Part, [b-kU-I] 504 pages, (misprinted 500.) 

Errors of paging: — pages 498, 499 for 500, 501 ; — p. 500 
for 504. 

PLATES. 

1 . Portrait of the Author in an oval. Burgess del. Benoist sc. 

To face the Title. 

2. Portrait of Sir WilHam Walworth, from the original Statue in 

Fishmongers Hall. C. Grignion sc. p. 291. 

VOL. II. 

Title-page as before. 

Continuation of the History of London, Westminster, and 
Soutlnvark, [a2-l12] 516 pages. 

Errors of paging : — p. 65 for 95 ;— p. 24'/ for 347 ; — p. 249 
for 349 3 — P- "^'^ i"'' 352 ; — p. 424 for 422. 

PLATES. 
1. Portrait of Henry Fitzahvine, Knight, Noble ])y Birth, a 
Free Brother of the Drapers Company, and the first 
Lord Mavor of London. From an original Painting at 
Drapers liall. Grignion so. To front the Title. 



LONDON. 637 

2. Portrait of Sir Thomas Gresham. Benoist sc. p. 55. 

3. The Moimment. S. Wale del. T. Simpson sc. p. 268. 

4. The Mansion House. S. Wale del. T. Simpson sc. p. 464. 

VOL. III. 

Title-page as before. 

London and Westminster continued, [A2-Ff8] p. 3-464. 

Error of paging : — p. 493 for 463. 

PLATES. 

1 . Portrait of Sir Richard Whittington, from an original Paint- 

ing at Mercers Hall. Benoist sc. To face the Title. 

2. Westminster and Blackfriars Bridges. T. Simpson del. & 

sc. p. 38. 

3. Portrait of Sir Robert Ladbroke. Benoist sc. p. 94. 

4. Bethlem and London Bridge. S. Wale del. T. Simpson sc. 

p. 138. 

5. Portrait of Sir John Bernard. Benoist sc. p. 141. 

6. St. Paul's. S. Wale del. T. Simpson sc. p. I96. 

7. Portrait of WiUiam Beckford, Esq. Benoist sc. p. 21?. 

8. Map of London, called "The London Guide, or Pocket 

Plan of the Cities of London, Westminster, and Borough 
of Southwark, with the new Buildings, &c. to the present 
Year. Printed for Carrington Bowles." Folded, p. 293. 

9. Gresham College. S. Wale del. T. Simpson sc. p. 397. 

VOL. IV. 

Title-page as before. 

The History of London, Westminster, and Southwark con- 
tinued, beginning with Candlewick Ward, and Addenda, 
[a 2-Ff ] p. 3-449. 

Index to the Four Volumes, and Directions to the Binder for 
placing the Plates, 1 5 pages. 

PLATES. 

1. Portrait of the Rt. Hon. George Nelson, Esq. Lord Mayor. 

Burgess del. Benoist sc. To front the Title. 

2. Guild Hall. p. 58. 

3. Bow Steeple, p. 92. 

4. Front of the Royal Exchange, p. 99. 

5. College of Physicians, p. 184. 

6. S* Bartholomew's Hospital, p. 252. 

7. East India House, p. 302. 

8. The Tower, p. 336. 

PART II. 4 N 



63S LONDON. 

9. S' Stephen, Walbrook. p. 360. 

10. Lambeth Palace, p. 395. 

11. Somerset House, p. 404. 

12. Banquetting House, p. 409. 

13. Westminster Abbey, p. 411. 

14. Westminster Hall. p. 420. 

15. Entrance of the House of Lords, with the Office of Ord- 

nance, and the House of Commons, p. 421. 

16. Admiralty, p. 422. 

17. S' James's Palace, Two Views, p. 423. 

18. British Museum, Two Views, p. 427. 

19. Kensington Palace, p. 442. 

20. Chelsea Hospital, Two Views, p. 442. 

21. View of Ranelagh. p. 442. 

22. Entrance into Vaux Hall. p. 442. 

23. Greenwich Hospital, p. 442. 

24. Sir Gregory Page's Seat. p. 442. 

25. Wansted House, p. 442. 

N. B. The plates of Buildings in these volumes are worked 
from the same coppers, retouched, as are given in " London 
and its Environs Described," published by Dodsley in the year 
1761, in Six Volumes octavo ; the Engraver's name employed 
for this purpose, T. Simpson, being substituted tor the original 
one, viz. J. Green, but the name of S. Wale, the Draughtsman, 
is altogether retained. 

VIII. 

A New History of London, including Westmin- 
ster and SouTHWARK. To which is added, a ge- 
neral Survey of the whole : describing the public 
Buildings, late Improvements, &c. By JofiN NooR- 
TIIOUCK. Illustrated with Copper-plates. 

London : Printed for R. Baldwin, No. 47, Paternoster Row. 
MDccLXXiii. Quarto. 

Title-page as above, with the Arms of London, Westminster, 

and Southwark, engraved by Longmate as a Vignette. 
Dedication to the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Commons. 
Preface, dated Barnard's Inn, Holborn, March 28, 1 773, 8 pages. 
Table of Contents, 4 pages. 
History of London, [b-4f2] 772 pages. 
Appendix and Addenda, [4F3-5Y3] p. 773-902. 



LONDON. 639 



Index, not paged, [5y4-6d3] 40 pages. 
Errata, and List of Plates, 2 pages. 



PLATES, 
i. Plan of Old London, shewing the Extent of the great 

Fire in 1666. p. 225. 
ii. Sir Christopher Wren's and John Evelyn's Plans for 
rel)uilding the City of London after the great Fire in 
1666. Folded, p. 232. 
iii. Plan of London, Westminster, and Southwark in 1772. 

Folded. Ashby sc. p. 521. 
iv. Views of the several Gates of London (10), which. 
Temple Bar and Newgate excepted, were taken down 
in the Years 1760 and 1761, with the elegant Gothic 
Gate at Whitehall, built by K. Henry VIIL in 1532, 
which was taken down about the same time. Folded. 
B. Green sc. p. 543. 
V. Plan of Aldersgate Ward. p. 543. 
vi. Plan of Aldgate Ward. p. 545. 

vii. Plan of Coleman Street and Bassishaw Wards, p. 549. 
viii. Plan of Billingsgate and Bridge Ward within, p. 551. 
ix. Plan of Bishopsgate Ward within and without, p. 554. 
X. Plan of Bread Street and Cordwaiuers Ward. p. 558. 
xi. Views of the several Bridges. Folded. T. White sc. 

p. 561. 
xii. Bow Church, the Monument, and S' Bride's Church. 

p. 562. 
xiii. Broad Street and Cornhill Wards, p. 566. 
xiv. Front View of the Bank of England in Threadneedle 
Street, including S* Christopher's Church, and the 
Tower of S' Bartholomew, i)ehind the Royal Ex- 
change. J. Collyer sc. p. 567. 
XV. Candlewick and Langborn Wards, p. 576. 
xvi. Baynard's Castle Ward and Farringdon Ward within. 

p. 579. 
xvii. Cheap Ward. p. 587- 

xviii. Guildhall and the Mansion House, p. 588. 
xix. Front of the Royal Exchange, and Plan. p. 601. 
XX. Cripplegate Ward. p.6o6. 
xxi. Walbrook and Dowgate Wards, p. 6 12. 
xxii. Cathedral Church of S^ Paul, London. J. Taylor sc. 

p. 629. 
xxiii. Farringdon Ward without, p. 639. 
xxxiv. Lime Street Ward. p. 662. 
XXV. Portsoken Ward. p. 663. 



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xxvi. Queen Hith and Vintry Wards. Tho'Bowensc. p. 666. 
xxvii. Tower Street Ward. p. 6G8. 

xxviii. Custom House and West Front of the Excise Office. 

J. Taylor sc. p. 668. 

xxix. A View of the inside of the Church of S* Stephen, 

Walbrook, built after the Design of Sir Christopher 

Wren. V/hite sc. p. 673. 

XXX. Westminster Hall and Lambeth Palace. J. Collyer sc. 

p. 692. 
xxxi. The Abbey Church of S' Peter, Westminster. Ben. 

Green del. & sc. p. 707- 
xxxii. Views of S* James's Palace from Pall Mall and from the 
Park, and Somerset House view'd from the River. 
J. Collyer sc. p. 718. 
xxxiii. A perspective View of the Queen's Palace, formerly 
Buckingham House, in S*^ James's Park. J. Collyer 
del. & sc. p. 719. 
xxxiv. Banqueting House, Whitehall, and the Treasury, in S' 

James's Park. B. Green del. & sc. p. 721. 
XXXV. View of the Buildings for the Horse Guards, from the 
Parade in S' James's Park, and the Admiralty. 
J. Collyer sc. p. 722. 
xxxvi. The New Buildings called the Adclphi, viewed from the 

River. Folded. Is. Taylor sc. p. 727. 
xxxvii. A North West View of the Tower of London. Folded. 

Is. Taylor se. p. 762. 
xxxviii. Map of the Country thirty Miles round London. Drawn 

and engraved by Tho' Kitchen. Folded, p. 772. 
xxxix-xlii. Arms of the City Companies, trading Companies, 
Hospitals, Inns of Court, Societies, &c. B. Long- 
mate sc. p. 888. 

N.B. The Plans of the various Wards are copied from Mait- 
land. 

There have likewise been published in Numbers, inaccurate 
Compilations, under the following Jict itiou/t Names : 

1. A New and Complcat History and Survey of the Cities of 

London and Westminster, the Borough of Southwark, 
and Parts adjacent, by Henry Chamberlain, Esq. 
Folio. Loud. 1 7fiU- 

2. A New and Universal 1 listory, Description, and Survey of Lon- 

don, &:c. by Walter Harrison, Esq. Folio, 1775-6. 

3. History of the Cities of London and Westminster, &:c. by — 

Thornton. Folio, 1784, and reprinted in 1 789. 



LONDON. 641 

IX. 

Some Account of London. (By Thomas Pen- 
nant.) Second Edition. 

London : Printed for Robt Faulder, No. 42, New Bond Street. 
MDCcxci. Quarto. 

Engraved Title-page as above, with the Arms of the City of 

London as a Vignette. P. Mazell fee. 
Advertisement, dated Downing, March 1, 1/90, p. iii-vi. 
Instructions to the Binder, 1 page. 
Some Account of London, [b-3o 2] 468 pages. 
Appendix, [3o3-3p4] p. 469-479- 
Index. [3q] 8 pages, 

PLATES. 

1. Bust of Charles L from an original Bronze by Bernini, 

from a Picture by Vandyke. Peter Mazell del. & sc. 
To face the Title. 

2. Plan of London and Westminster in the Reign of Queen 

Elizabeth, Anno Dom, 1563. Folded. Neele sc. p. 1. 

3. Portrait of Sir Henry Lee, Kn*- M. Griffith del. Basiresc. 

p. 102. 

4. Whole-length of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, armed 

for the Tilt Yard. p. 104. ' 

5. Cabinet of Charles L and part of Old Whitehall, p. 106. 

6. The Old Horse Guards. P. Mazell del. k sc. p. 110. 

7. The Savoy Hospital, (John Carter del. & sc.) p. 148. 

8. Ruins of Clerkenwell Church. (John Carter del. & sc.) 

p. 207. 

9. 6* John's Gate. (John Carter del. & sc.) p. 209. 

10. Whole-lengths of King Charles P'"' Porter, and Little Hud- 

son the Dwarf, in Newgate Street ; and the Boar's Head 
in East Cheap. (John Carter del, & sc.) p. 234. 

11. Sculpture in Pannier Alley. (John Carter del. & sc.) 

p. 236. 

12. Alders Gate, and part of the Wall Towers on each side, 

taken from a verv antient Drawing in the Archives of 
S' Bartholomew's. Folded. p,237. 

13. A View of part of London, as it appeared in the great Fire 

of 1666, from an original Painting in Painter Stainers 
Hall. (Peter Mazelldel. & sc.) Folded, p. 324. 

14. Portrait of Sir Richard Clough, Knt- M. Griffith del. Ba- 

sire sc. p. 423. 



642 LONDON. 

15. The antient Hall in Crosbie Place. (John Carter del. & sc.) 
p. 449. 

N. B. There are copies of this edition upon Large Paper. 

*^"- The First Edition appeared in April 1790, in quarto, of 
which there are copies on Large Papkr. — The Second Edi- 
tion, in January 179', with large additions, and Three new- 
plates. — The Third Edition was published in the latter end of 
the year i792, bearing the date of 1793, without any additions. 
— A Fourth Edition, professing, in the Title-page to be with 
consider ah le addiliof/s, l3ut in fact containing none, came out in 
1805, also in quarto : a portion of the impression was on Large 
Paper, and a very srliail number were printed on Imperial folio 
paper, for the })urpose of illustration. — A Fifth and last Edi- 
tion was printed in one volume in octavo, in 1813, with all the 
designs as in the preceding edition, but reduced in size. A por- 
tion of this edition was taken off on Large Paper. 



X. 

LONDINIUM REDIVIVUM; or An Ancient 
History and Modekn Description of London; 
compiled from Parochial Records, Archives of va- 
rious Foundations, the Harleian MSS. and other 
authentic Sources. By James Peeler Malcol:\i. 
(In Four Volumes.) 

London : Printed by Nichols and Son, Red Lion Passage, 
Fleet Street: and sold by F. and C. Rivington, St. Paul's 
Church-yard; T.Payne, Mews Gate; G. Wilkie, Paternoster 
Row; and J. White, Fleet Street. 1803. Ouarlu. 

VOL. L 

Engraved Title-page as above. 

Printed Title-page, dated 1802. 

Advertisement, dated from Somers Town, June 7, ' 802, 2 pages. 

Authentic Particulars from the Returns to the Population Act, 

4 1 Geo. in, and List of Plates, 2 pages. 
Contents, 2 pages. 
Historical Part, [B-lii4] p. 5-436. 
Additions and Corrections, p. 437-439. 
General Index, and Index to the Epitaphs ; Inscriptions on 

Grave-stones; and Registers of Lurials, pp. 443-452. 



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PLATES. 

1 . Specimens of the Pavement in Kinj;- Edward the Confessor's 

Chapel. — Arms of Contributors to buildinji; the Abbey of 
S^ Peter. — Abbot Ware's Pavement. — Fragments, &c. in 
the Abbey of S' Peter. J. P. Malcolm sc. p. 89. 

2. Figure of Edward the Confessor, on tlic South side of Se- 

bert's Tomb, Westminster Abl)ey. Schne!)beiie del. & sc. 
p. 146. — [From " Schnebbeiie's Anllfjuary's Maseum."] 

3. Altar of S' Blase. Coloured. J. P. Malcolm sc. p. I55. 

4. Figures on the Tomb of Rich'' the 2"'': an illuminated Let- 

ter, Music, &;c. Malcolm del. & sc. p. 2 IS. 

5. The Old East India House. — Autographs of Dean Dolben, 

Robert South, &c. p. 249. 

6. Specimens from an illuminated Book belonging to the Pri- 

ory of S'^ Bartholomew. — The Crypt at Aldgate, &c. &e. 
J." P. Malcolm del. & sc. p. 28-2. 

7. S^ Bartholomew's South Transept, and the Arms of West- 

minster School beneath. J. P. Malcolm sc. p. 291 . 

8. Interior of S' Bartholomew the Great. Malcolm sc. p. 293. 

9. St Bartholomew the Less. .]. P. Malcolm sc. p. 303. 
10. Autographs of the first Governors of the Charter House. — 

Plan of the Royal Vault in Henry VIP''= Chapel, — and an 
antient Funeral Hearse, p. 41 1. 

VOL. II. 
Engraved Title-page as before, dated 1803. 
Advertisement, dated Somers Town, March 1805, p. iii-vii. 
Contents, p. ix, x. 
Londinium Redivivum, beginning with " Allhallows, Bread 

Street," [b-4f4] p. 5-396. 
General Index of Articles, as they occur in succession. — Index 

to the Registers of Burials and Monumental Inscriptions, and 

Index of Nanies, [4G-4H3] p. 597-610. 
List of Plates, p. fill. 

PLATES. 

1. Bangor House. Malcolm del. & sc. p. 228. 

2. Ely Chapel. Malcolm del. & sc. p. 230. 

3. Monuments of Francis Beaumont, Es(i. at the Charter 

House, with his Autograph; and of William Lambe, at 
Lambe's Chapel ; with whole-length Figutes of S* James, 
Si Matthew, S^ Peter, and S^ Matthias, in the North Win- 
dows of Lambe'.s Chapel, p. 317.— [From " NichoWs 
History of Leicestershire,'" vol. iii.] 



644 LONDON. 

4. Sir Hans Sloane's Tomb, Chelsea. Malcolm del. & sc. 

p. 495. 

5. Remains of AUIgate, Bethnal Green. Malcolm del. & sc, 

p. 532. 

6. The Gothic Altar-piece in the Collegiate Church of S* Ka- 

tharine, with the Monuments of the Duke of Exeter, 
and of the Mnii'''^" G. Mountague. (Marked PI. XV.) 
B. T. Pouncy del. & sc. p. 5 73. 

7. Ichnography of the Collegiate Church of S* Katharine, and 

Seals of the Commissary. (PI. VI.) B. T. Pouncy del. 
& sc. p. 574. 

8. North East View of the Collegiate Church of S* Katharine. 

(PI. V.) B. T. Pouncy del. & sc. p. 576. 

The three last plates are the same as in Dr. Ducarel's " His- 
tory of the Hospital of S' Katharine," in Nichols's Bihlioth. 
Topog. Brit. vol. ii. 

VOL. III. 
Engraved Title-page as before, dated 1803. 
Advertisement, dated Sorncrs Town, March 1805, p. iii-viii. 
Contents, pageix. 
Historical Part, beginning with the Cathedral of S*^ Paul, [b- 

cccc 4] p. 5-572. 
General Index, Index to the Epitaphs, and Index of Names and 

Corrigenda, p. 5 73-586. 
List of Plates, p. 587- 

N. B. Pages 467, 468 are repeated with asterisks. 

PLATES. 

1 . Effigies of D' Donne, &;e. in S' Faith's. Malcolm del. & sc. 

p. 61. 

2. S' Paul's School and Dean Colet's House. Malcolm del. & 

sc. p. 191. 

3. Whole-length Portrait of Bishop Bell. p. 212. 

4. Tomb of Sir William Weston (inSMames's Church, Clerk- 

enwell). Schnebbelie del. 1787. p. 212. 

5. The Death of Godfrey of Bologne, from a Manuscript in 

the British Museum. Malcolm sc. p. 248.* 

6. Creation of Knights of S' .lohn. Malcolm sc. p. 260. 

7. Seal of S' .lohn's, Clerkenwell. p. 264. 

S^ John's Gate. On the letter-press of p. 269. 



* The remains of the Cloisters of Clerkenwell, St. James, originally en- 
graved for the Gentleman's Magazine in 1785, was intended to be given at 
page 203 of this volume, to which a reference is made, but it was not in- 
terted ; Plate 5 being added in its stead. 



LONDON. ()45 

8. S* Giles, Cripplegate, and London Wall. Malcolm del. & 

sc. p. 271. 

9. Portrait of Oliver Cromwell, (from the Gentleman's Maga- 

zine, vol. Ixix.) and of Elizabeth his Wife. p. 285. 
10. Part of Christ's Hospital. Malcolm del. & sc. p. 36^. 
1 ] . Portrait of Queen Elizabeth, from painted Glass in St. Dun- 

stan's in the West. p. 456. 
1 2. Seal of the Priory of St. Helen, Bishopsgate. J. Basire sc. 

p. 548. 

13. Inside of S* Helen's Church. Malcolm del. & sc. p. 553. 

14. Grate for the Nuns in S' Helen's Church, &c. p. 554. 

15. Outside of S*^ Helen's Church. Malcolm del. & sc. p. 554. 

16. Leathersellers Hall (now destroyed). Malcolm del. & sc. 

p. 563. 

17. Crosby Hall. Malcolm del. & sc. p. 565. 

N. B. A View of the inside of the Chapel in S' Paul's Ca- 
thedral was promised to be inserted at p. Hi of this volunie, 
which was never given. 

VOL. IV. 

Engraved Title-page as before, dated 1807. 

Advertisement and Contents, p. iii-vi. 

Historical Part concluded, [b-4 m 4] 640 pages. 

General Index ; Index to the Registers of Burials and Monu- 
mental Inscriptions; and Index of Names, [4N-4o3] pp. 641- 
653. 

List of Plates, p. 651. 

Error of paging : — p. 400 for 460. 

PLATF,S. 

1. Remains of the (Monastery of the) Holy Trinity, Aldgate, 

destroyed about 1803. ' p. 1 . 

2. Plan of the Butts, &c. in Finsbury-Fields. p. 26. 

3. View of Earl Spencer's House, S' James's Park. Schncb- 

belie del. Malcolm sc. p. 246. 

4. Somerset Palace in 1650. C. B. del. Malcolm sc. p. 289. 

5. View of Westminster in 1650. C. B. del. Malcolm sc. 

p. 303. 

6. A perspective View of Lord Clarendon's House in London, 

known by the Name of Dunkirk House. G. Hart del. 
Cook sc. p. 330. — [From the Gentleman's Magazine, 
yh/^uit 1789.] 

7. Trinity Chapel. J. Swaine sc. p. 334. — [From l/ie Gen- 

tlematis Magazine, June 1804.] 

FART II. 40 



646 LONDON. 

8. Various Roman Antiquities. J. Carter del. J. Basire sc. 

p. 381. — [From the Gefitleman's Magazine, September 
1 806.] 

9. The Death of Whittington. p. 515. 

10. Ancient View of the Tower of London. J. Basire sc. 

p. 628. — [From " Cough's History of Pleshy."] 

11. S' .John's Chapel in the White Tower, London. Malcolm 

del. & sc. p. 629. 

XI. 

Modern London : being the History and present 
State of the British Metropolis. Illustrated with 
numerous Copper-plates. 

London: Printed for Richard Philhps, No. 71, St. Paul's 
Church-yard, hy C. Mercier and Co. Northumberland Court, 
Strand. 1805. ' Quarto. 

Title-page as above. 

Advertisement, 4 pages. Contents, 2 pages. 

History of London, [b-3p] 473 pages. 

Description of the Plates wliich embellish this Work, [3 P 2-3 s 3] 
p. 475-501. 

Description of the Plates representing the itinerant Traders of 
London in their ordinary Costume ; with Notices of the re- 
markable Places given in the back ground, 31 leaves. 

Appendix, [3z-4c2] p. 53 7-564. 

Index, p. 565-571. 

List of the Copper-jilates, in the order of their Arrangement, 
2 pages. 

Errors of paging: — p. 103 is blank; — pages 153 to I69 
(signature x-y) are omitted, being designedly cancelled, as ex- 
pressed in a Notice at tlie end of the volume j — p. 212 for 312 > 
pp. 315, 314 for 314, 315. 

PLATES. 

1. The Cities of London and Westminster, accurately copied 

from the Table of the Camera Obscura in the Royal 
Observatory at Greenwich. Folded. Puuli del. Cook 
sc. To front the Title. 

2. A Plan of London, with its modern Improvements. Folded. 

p. 105. 

3. The West India Docks in the Isle of Dogs, with Greenwich 

Hospital in the fore ground. Pugh del. Reeve sc. p. 169« 



LONDON. 647 

4. Greenwich Park, with the Royal ObservatorVj on Easter 

Monday. Pugh del. Pass sc. p. 176. 

5. The Court of King's Bench, Westminster. E. Pugh del. 

J. G. Walker sc. p. 233. 

6. The Promenade in S' James's Park. Pugh del. Edwards sc. 

p. 25f). 

7. The Entrance to Hyde Park on a Sunday. Pugh del. Pass 

sc. p. 262. 

8. The Admiralty, the War Office, and the Treasury. Pugh 

del. Pass sc. p. 264. 

9. Westminster, from Lambeth. Pugh del. Rawle sc. p. 265. 

10. The Houses of Parliament, with the Royal Procession. 

Pugh del. Thompson sc. p. 267- 

1 1. The King on his Throne in the House of Lords. E. Pugh 

del. J. Fittler sc. p. 268. 

12. The House of Commons. E. Pugh del. J. Fittler sc. 

p. 270. 

13. The Rotunda, in the Bank of England. E. Pugh del. Ed- 

wards sc. p. 297. 

14. The Bank, Bank Buildings, Royal Exchange, and Cornhill. 

Pugh del. Reeve sc. p. 304. 

15. The Royal Exchange. E. Pugh del. J. G. Walker sc. 

p. 306. 

16. S* Paul's Cathedral, with (the) Lord Mayor's Show on the 

Water. Pugh del. Newton sc. p. 308. 

17. (The West end of) S' Paul's Cathedral. Rawle del. Reeve 

sc. p. 363. 

1 8. The Annual Meeting of the Charity Children in S' Paul's 

Cathedral. E. Pugh del. J. Fittler sc. p. 368. 

19. Westminster Abbey. Drawn and engraved by S. Rawle. 

p. 376. 

20. The Society of Arts distributing its Premiums. Pugh del. 

Isaac Taylor sc. p. 406. 

21. Drury Lane Theatre, from the Stage during the Perform- 

ance. Pugh del. Isaac Tavlor sc. p. 451. 

22. The Royal Family at Covent Garden Theatre. E. Pugh 

del. J. Fittler sc. p. 452. 

23. Vauxhall on a Gala Night. Pugh del. Rhodes sc. p. 456. 
24-54. Thirty-one various Cries of London, or Itinerant Traders, 

all coloured : each of the Trades faces its own descrip- 
tion, and the whole are arranged in alphabetical order. 



648 LONDON. 

XII. 

The Microcosm of London (or London in Minia- 
turj:). In Three Volumes. 

London: Printed for R. y\ckerman, Repository of Arts, No. 101, 
Strand, by T. Bensley, Bolt Court, Fleet Street. Royal 
quarto, 

VOL. L 

An ornamental Title-joa2;e, composed of parts of tlie Dome, Sjc. 
of S^ Paul's Cathedral, the Towers of Westminster Abbey, 
&:c. engraved on Wood. 

An engraved Dedication to His Royal Highness the Prince of 
Wales, with emblematic Figmes of Astronomy, Painting, and 
Geometry. Designed and engraved by E. F. Burney ; the 
Writing by Tho. Totnkius, and en.graved by Rob'^ Ashby. 

Contents, being the List of Plates. 

Introduction, 4 pages. 

Half Title : " The Microcosm of London : or London in Mini- 
ature." 

The Descriptive Part, [B2-Gg4] p. 3-231. 

COLOURED PLATF.S INT AQUATINT, 
Designed by I^owlandson and Pugin. 

1. Drawing from Life at the Royal Academy, Somerset House, 

Harraden sc. p. 9- 

2. Exhibition Room, Somerset House. Hill sc. p. 10. 

3. Board Room of the Admiralty, p. 16. 

4. Astley's Amphitheatre. Hill sc. p. 23. 

5. Dining Hall, Asylum, p. 25. 

6. Christie's Auction Room. J. Bluck sc. p. 32. 

7. The Great Hall, Bank of England. Hill sc. p. 40. 

8. Bartholomew Fair. J. J^luck sc. p. b-2. 

9. Billingsgate Market. .L Bluck sc. p. 63. 

10. The Hall, lilue Coat School. Hill sc. p. QQ. 

11. Bow Street Ofiice. Hill sc. p. 82. 

12. Pass-Room, Bridewell. Hill sc. p. 92. 

13. British Institution, Pall Mall. J. Bluck sc. p. 98. 

14. The Hall and Staircase, British Museum. J. Bluck sc, 

p. 101. 

15. The Hall, Carlton House. .1. Bluck sc. p. 107. 

16. TheRoman Catholic Chapel (Lincoln's Inn Fields), J, Bluck 

sc. p. 1 14. 

17. Coal Exchange. Hill sc. p. II9. 

18. Royal Cock Pit. Bluck sc. p. 123. 



LONDON. 649 

19. Water Engine, Cold Bath Fields Prison. Bluck sc. p. 126. 

20. The College of Physicians. Black sc. p. 134. 

21. House of Commons. Bluck sc, p. J91. 

22. Court of Chancery, Lincoln's Inn Hall. J. C. Stadler sc. 

p. 19:^. 

23. Court of Common Pleas, Westminster Hall. J. C. Stadler 

sc. p. '■203. 
21. Court of King's Bench, Westminster Hall, J. Bluck sc. 

p. 205. 
25. Court of Exchequer, Westminster Hall. J. C. Stadler sc. 

p. 207. 
2C. Covent Garden Market, V/estminster Election. Bluck sc. 

p. 20y. 

27. Covent Garden Theatre. Bluck sc. p. 212. 

28. Custom House, from the River Thames. Bluck sc. p. 217. 

29. The Long Room, Custom House. J. C. Stadler sc. p. 218. 

30. Debating Society, Piccadilly. J. C. Stadler sc. p. 223. 

31. Doctors Commons. J. C. Stadler sc. p. 224, 

32. Drury Lane Theatre. Bluck sc. p. 228. 

VOL. H, 

Engraved Title-page as before. 

Engraved Dedication to the Prince of Wales, with emblematic 
Figures of Justice and Liberty. E. F. Burney del. Tho. Wil- 
liamson sc. 

The Contents of \'ol. H. being the List of Plates. 

Introduction, ]).iii-vi. 

Half Title as in Vol. I. 

The Microcosm of London continued, [a 2-iih 3] 239 pages. 

PLATES. 

1. Corn Exchange, Mark Lane. J. Bluck sc. p. 13. 

2. Exhibition of Water Coloured Drawings, Old Bond Street. 

Stadler sc. p. 25. 

3. Fire in London. J. Bluck sc. p. 36. 

4. Fleet Prison (the interior). Stadler sc. p. 44. 

5. Foundling Hospital :— the Chapel. J. Bluck sc. p. 6I. 

6. Free-Masons Hall, Great Queen Street. Stadler sc. p. 79. 

7. Great Subscription Room, at Brooks's, S^ James's Street, 

Stadler sc. p. 94. 

8. Guildhall. J. Bluck sc. p. 103. 

9. Common Council Chamber, Guildhall. J. Bluck sc. p. 116. 

10. Guildhall. — Examination of a Bankrupt before his Credi- 

tors. — Court of King's Bench. J. Bluck sc. p. 124, 

11. Herald's College :--the Hall. J. Bluck sc. p. 125, 



650 LONDON", 

12. Middlesex Hospital. J. C. Stadler sc. p. 133. 

13. India House: — the Sale Room. J. C. Stadler sc. p. 139. 

14. King's Bench Prison (the interior). J. C. Stadler sc. 

p. 161. 

15. King's Mews, Charing Cross. J. C. Stadler sc. p. 162. 

16. Lambeth Palace. J. C. Stadler sc. p. 1 63. 

17. Lloyd's Subscription Room. J. C. Stadler sc. p. 174. 

18. Leaden Hall Market. J. C. Stadler sc. p. 176. 

19. Egyptian Hall, Mansion House. J. Bluck sc. p. 181. 

20. House of Lords. J. Bluck sc. p. 1S3. 

21. Lottery Drawing, Coopers Hall. Stadler sc. p. 193. 

22. Magdalen Chapel. Stadler sc. p. 196. 

23. The Mint (interior). J. Bluck sc. p. 203. 

24. Mounting Guard, S^ James's Park. J. Bluck sc. p. 206. 

25. Newgate Chapel. Stadler sc. p. 203. 

26. Old ]3ailey. Stadler sc. p. 212. 

27. Opera House. J. Bluck sc. p. 213. 

28. Pantheon Masquerade. J. Bluck sc. p. 215. 

29. Philanthropic Society: — the Chapel. J. Bluck sc. p. 222, 

30. Pillory: — Charing Cross. J. Bluck sc. p. 226. 

31. The Post Office, p. 227. 

32. Quakers Meeting. Stadler sc. p. 236. 

VOL. HI. 

Engraved Title-page as before. 

Engraved Dedication as in the preceding Volumes, with an 
emblematic Head-piece. E. F. Burney del. Tho. William- 
son sc. 

Contents of Volume HI. being the List of Plates, and Adver- 
tisement, 2 pages. 

Introduction, 2 pages. Half Title as before. 

The Microcosm of London continued, [b-oo4] 280 pages. 

Index and Errata, 6 pages. 

PLATES. 

1. Queen's Palace, S* James's Park. Bluck sc. p. 1. 

2. Royal Circus. Bluck sc. p. 13. 

3. Royal Exchange. Hill sc. p. 17. 

4. Royal Institution, Albemarle Street. Stadler sc. p. 32. 

5. Sadler's Wells Theatre. Bluck sc. p. 41. 

6. Sessions House, Clerkcnwell. Bluck sc. p. 45. 

7. Society for the Encouragement of Arts, &c. Adelphi. Bluck 

sc. p. 67. 

8. Society of Agriculture. J. C. Stadler sc. p. 73. 

9. Somerset Houscj Strand. Bluck sc, p. 86. 



LONDON AND ITS ENVIRONS. 66 1 

10. Stamp Office, Somerset Place. J. C. Stadler sc. p. 99. 

11. New Stock Exchange. J. C. Stadler sc. p. 101. 

12. Drawing Room, S* James's. J. Bluck sc. p. 113. 

13. (Interior of) S' Luke's Hospital. J. C. Stadler sc. p. 121. 

14. S' Margaret's (Church), Westminster. J. Bluck sc. p. 127. 

15. S' Martin's in the Fields. Stadler sc. p. 130. 

16. S^ Paul's Cathedral. J. Bluck sc. p. 145. 

17. Surrey Institution. J. C. Stadler sc. p. 158. 

1 8. Synagogue, Duke's Place, Houndsditch. Sunderland sc. 

' p. 167. 

19. Tattersall's Horse Repository. Sunderland sc. p. 172. 

20. Temple Church. Bluck sc. p. 17-1. 

21. View of the Tower. Sunderland sc. p. 185. 

22. Horse Armoury, Tower. Sunderland sc. p. 188. 

23. Board of Trade. Sunderland sc. p. I97. 

24. Trinity House. Sunderland sc. p. 201. 

25. Vauxhall Gardens. J. Bluck sc. p. 204. 

26. S* Stephen's, Walbrook. J. Bluck sc. p. 208. 

27. Watch House, S' Mary le Bone. J. Bluck sc. p. 213. 

28. West India Docks, j'. Bluck sc. p, 218. 

29. Westminster Abbey. J. Bluck sc. p. 229. 

30. Westminster Hall." J. Bluck sc. p. 235. 

31. Whitehall (Chapel). J. Bluck sc. p. 239. 

32. Workhouse, S* James's Parish. Sutherland sc. p. 242. 

33. Greenwich Hospital: — the Painted Hall. Bluck sc. p. 246. 

34. Chelsea Hospital. Bluck sc. p. 252. 

35. Military College, Chelsea. Sutherland sc. p. 256. 

36. New Covent Garden Theatre. Bluck sc. p. 263. 

37. South Sea House : — Dividend Hall. Sutherland sc. p. 267. 

38. Excise Office, Broad Street. Sutherland sc. p. 269. 

39. View of Westminster Hall and Bridge. J. Bluck sc. p. 278. 

40. View of London from the Thames, taken opposite the 

Adelphi. J. Bluck sc. p. 279. 
N. B. Copies of this work were printed with the plates not 
coloured, but they are usually met with as above noticed. 



XIII. 
London and its Environs Described : containing an 
Account of whatever is most remarkable for Gran- 
deur, Elegance, Curiosity, or Use, in the City, and 
in the Country Twenty Miles round it. Conipre- 
hendinor also whatever is most material in the His- 



652 LONDON AND ITS ENVIRONS. 

torv and Antiquities of this great Metropolis. De- 
corated and illustrated with a great Number of Views 
in perspective, engraved from original Drawings taken 
on purpose for this Work : together with a Plan of 
London, a J\Ia]) of the Environs, and several other 
useful Cuts. In Six Volumes. 
London : Printed for R. and J. Dodsley, in Pall Mall. 
MDCCLXi. Octavo. 

VOL. L 

?Ialf Title. Title-page as above. 

Dedication to His Royal Highness George Prince of Wales, 
signed '^ The Proprietors." Preface, 5 ))ages. 

London and its Environs Described, alphabetically arranged, 
beginning with the " Abbey Church of S' Peter's, Westmin- 
ster," and ending with " Bread Street Hill, Thames Street," 
[b-z4] 344 ])ages. 

Errors of paging : — p. 1 7 '« for 1 1 7 ; — p. 292 for 282. 
PLATES. 

1. Emblematical Frontispiece. S. Wale del. C. Grignion so. 

2. The Abbev Church of S^ Peter, Westminster. S. Wale del. 

J. Green sc. Oxon. p. 1. 

3. Monument of Shakespcar. S. Wale del. C. Grignion sc. 

p. 51. 

4. Ca])tain CornvvaH's Monument. S.Walc del. C. Grignion 

sc. p. 75. 

5. Henry the Seventh's Chapel. S. Wale del. E. Rookei sc. 

p.'l 13. 

6. The Admiralty. 8. Wale del. J. Green sc. p. 134. 

7. The I'jank. S. Wale del. ,L Green sc. Oxon. p. 234. 

8. Banciuetting House. S. Wale del. .L (ireen sc. p. 244* 

9. S"'^ Bartholomew's Hospital. S. Wale del. B, Green sc. 

p. 2C0. 

10. Belvedere House, (near Erith, in Kent.) S. Wale del. 

B. Green sc. p. 271. 

11. Bethlem Hospital and London Bridge. S. Wale del. 

B. Green sc. p. 297. 

12. Figures on Bethlem Gate. S. Wale del. C. Grignion sc. 

j). 298. 

13. Sir Gregory Page's Seat (at Blackheath). S. Wale del. 

B. Green sc. Oxon. p. 314. 

14. Bedford House (Bloomsbury S(iuare). S. Wale del. 

C. Grignion sc. p. 330. 



LONDON AND ITS ENVIRONS. 653 

VOL. II. 

Half Title and Title-page as before. 

Continuation of " London and its Environs Described," begin- 
ning with '^ Bread Street Ward/' and ending with " Furriers 
Alley. Shoe Lane," [b-z 8] 352 pages. 

Error of paging : — p. 98 for 298. 

PLATES. 

1. Map of the Environs or Countries Twenty Miles round 

London, drawn by Thomas Kitchin. Folded. To face 
the Title. 

2. Entrance of the British Museum, from Russell Street; also 

the Garden Front. S. Wale del. J. Green sc. Oxon. 
p. 17. 

3. Plans of the First and Second State Story of the British Mu- 

seum. Folded. R.Benningsc. p. 32. 

4. Burlington House. S, Wale del. B. Green sc. p. 57. 

5. Cashiobury House and Moor Park. p. 71. 

6. North and South Fronts of Chelsea Hospital. S.Wale del. 

J. Green sc. p. 105. 

7. Lord Egremont's House (in Piccadilly), and Chesterfield 

House (Stanhope Street). S.Wale del. B. Green sc. 
p. 110. 

8. Chiswick House. S.Wale del. B. Green sc. p. 1 14. 

9. Christ's-Church Hospital. S. Wale del. J. Tavlor sc. 

p. 135. 

10. Claremont (House at Esher). S. Wale del. B. Green sc. 

p. 139. 

1 1 . Entrance to the House of Lords, with the Office of Ord- 

nance, and the House of Commons. S. Wale del. 
C. Grignion sc. p. 165. 

12. Covent Garden, p. 194. 

13. The Custom House. S.Wale del. B. Green sc. p. 213. 

14. Devonshire House. S. Wale del. B. Green sc. p. 225. 

15. S'Dunstan's (Church) in the East. S.Wale del. J. Fou- 

geron sc. p. 253. 

16. East India House. S. Wale del. B. Green sc. p. 263. 

17. Esher Place. S. Wale del. B. Green sc. p. 277. 

18. Eton College. S. Wale del. J. Green sc. p. 280. 

19. Foot's Cray Place. S. Wale del. B. Green sc. p. 3 12. 

20. South East View of the Foundling Hospital, and Front of 

the same. S. Wale del. J. Green sc. p. 327. 

PART II. 4 p 



654 LONDON AND ITS ENVIRONS. 

VOL. III. 

Half Title, and Title-page as before. 

The Descriptive Part continued, beginning with " St. Gabriel's," 

and ending witli " Lombard Street," [b-y4] 328 pages. 

Error of paging : — p. 248 for 284. 

PLATES. 

1. Bloomsbury Church. S. Wale del. Elliot sc. p. 5. 

2. Gray's Inn. S. Wale del. B. Green sc. p. 58. 

3. Mr. Spencer's (now Earl Spencer's) House, S^ James's 

Place. S. Wale del. B. Green sc. p. 65. 

4. Greenwich Hospital. S. Wale del. B. Green sc. p. 69. 

5. Gresham College. S. Wale del. J. Taylor sc. p. 76. 

6. Guild Hall. S. Wale del. B. Green sc. p. 100. 

7. Gunnersbury (Hous^). S. Wale del, B. Green sc. p. 110. 

8. Guy's Hospital. S. Wale del. B. Green sc. p. 112. 

9. Cascade at Ham Farm. S. Wale del. F.Vivaressc. p. 132. 

10. Hampton Court from the Garden. S. Wale del. J. Green 

sc. p. 162. 

1 1 . S* James's Palace, \iewed from Pall Mall, and the same 

from the Park. S. Wale del. J. Green sc. p. 215. 

12. Kensington Palace. S. Wale del. B. Green sc. p. 266. 

13. Lambeth Palace. S. Wale del. J.Fougeronsc. p. 291. 

14. Lincoln's Inn. S. Wale del. J.Fougeronsc. p. 309. 

VOL. IV. 
Half Title, and Title-page as before. 

The Descriptive Part continued, beginning with " London," and 
ending with '^ Month's Alley," [fi-Aa] 355 pages. 

PLATES. 

1. Plan of London, Westminster, and Southwark, with several 

additional Improvements not in any former Survey. 176I. 
Folded. To face the Title. 

2. The Centre of the West side of Lincoln's Inn Fields, late 

the Duke of Ancaster's, by luigo Jones ; and Shaftes- 
bury House, now the Lying-in Hospital, (Aldersgate S^) 
by the same. p. 16O. 

3. The Mansion House. S. Wale del. B. Green sc. p. 244. 

4. Marlborough House. S. Wale del. C. Grignion sc. p. 262. 

5. Bow Steeple. S. Wale del. J. Green sc. p. 288. 

6. Part of the Meuse and S^ Martin's Church. S. Wale del. 

E. Green sc. p. 323. 



LOXDON AND ITS JiNVIRONS. 655 

VOL. V. 
Half Title, and Title-page as before. 
The Descriptive Part fontinued, beginning with " Monument," 

and ending with " Sing's Court/' [b-z 6] 348 pages. 

Errors of paging: — p. 42 for 34; — p. .58 for 130; — p. 178 
for 187 j—p- 317 for 217 : — p- 320 for 220. 

PLATES. 

1. The Monument. S.Wale del. J, Green sc. p. J. 

2. Northumberland House, and Charing Cross. S.Wale del. 

J. Green sc. p. 53. 

3. South View of Northumberland House. S. Wale del. 

C. Grignion w;. p. 59. 

4. View from the Terrace at Oatlands. S. Wale del. F. Vi- 

vares sc. p. 60. 

5. A Scene in the Gardens of Pain's Hill. S. Wale del. F.Vi- 

vares sc. p. 101. 

6. St Paul's Cathedral. S. Wale del. E. Rooker sc. p. 139. 

7. College of Physicians. S.Wale del. J. Taylor sc. p. 193. 

8. View of Ranelagh. S. Wale del. B. Green sc. p. 244. 

9. Front of the Royal Exchange. S. Wale del. J. Green sc. 

p. 2S0. 

VOL. VL 
Half Title, and Title-page as before. 

The Descriptive Part concluded, beginning with " Sion Col- 
lege," and ending with " Zoar Street," [B-Bb 2] 371 pages. 
Directions to the Binder for placing the Cuts to the Six Vo-- 
lumes, p. 373-376. 

Error of paging: — p. 178 for 187. 

PLATES. 

1. Sion House, viewed from Richmond Gardens. S.Wale del. 

Elliot sc. p. 7. 

2. Sion House, viewed from opposite Isleworth Church. S.Wale 

del. E. Rooker sc. p. 14. 

3. Somerset House. S. Wale del. E. Rooker sc. p. 43. 

4. The South Sea House. S.Wale del. J. Fougeron sc, p. 50. 

5. S^ Stephen's Church, Walbrook, with the Plan and Section. 

S. Wale del. E. Rooker sc. . p. 66. 

6. The Entrance into the Temple, and Temple Bar, with York 

Stairs. S. Wale del. E. Rooker sc. p. 1 14. 

7. S' Thomas's Hospital. S. Wale del. Elliot sc. p. 129. 



656 LONDON AND ITS ENVIRONS. 

8. The Tower. S. Wale del. Elliot sc. p. 148. 

9. The. Treasury and Horse Guards, p. 196. 

10. View at the Entrance into Vaux Hall. S. Wale del. 

E. Rooker sc. p. 216. 

11. Wanstead, the Seat of the Earl of Tilney. S. Wale del. 

J. Taylor sc. p. 247. 

12. Westminster and Walton Bridges. S. Wale del. B. Green 

sc. p. 288. 

13. Westminster Hall. S. Wale del. J. Green sc. p. SQfi. 

14. A Gate helonging to the Old Palace of White Hall. S.Wale 

del. E. Rooker sc. p. 3 IS. 

15. Windsor Castle. S.Wale del, B. Green sc. p. 326. 

16. Plan of Windsor Castle. Folded. R. Benning sc. p. 353. 

1 7. A Scene in Woburn Farm. S. Wale del. F. Vivares sc. 

p.3Gl. 

XIV. 

The History and Survey of London and its En- 
virons, from the earliest Period to the present Time. 
In Four Volubies. By B. Lambert, Editor of 
BerthoUet's Chemical Statics ; INlichaux's Travels in 
America ; Villers' Essay on the Reformation ; and 
various other Works. (In FouR Volumes.) 

London : Printed for T. Hughes, No. 1, Stationer's Court, and 
M.Jones, No. 1 , Paternoster Row, by Dewick and Clarke, 
Aldersgate Street. I8O6. Octavo. 

VOL. L 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to Richard Clark, Esq. Chamberlain of the City of 

London, F.A.S. 
Advertisement, 2 pages. 
History and Survey of London, &c. [B-Bbbb4] 5 60 pages. 

Error of paging : — p. 354 for 543. 

PLATES. 

1 . Portrait of Richard Clark,. Esq, Chamberlain of London. 

M. Brown pinx'. K. Mackenzie sc. Frontispiece. 

2. Portrait of Fitzalwine, first Lord Mayor. H. R. Cook sc. 

p. 71. 

3. Portrait of Sir William Walworth. H. R. Cook sc. p. 274. 

4. Portrait of Sir Rich*^ Whittington. H. R. Cook sc. p. 332, 



LONDON AND ITS ENVIRONS. 657 

VOL. II. 
Title-page as before. 
The History of London, &c. continued, [B-Bbbb3] 557 pages. 

PLATES. 

1. Plan of the City of London in the Time of Queen Eliza- 

beth. Frontispiece. 

2. View of part of London, as it appeared in the great Fire, 

1666. Prattent del. Owen sc. p. 89. 
3- The Bank. Poole del. & sc. p. 131. 

4. The Mansion House. Prattent del. Birrell sc. p. 143. 

5. Hicks's Hall, Clerkenwelj. Prattent del. Poole sc. p. 259. 

6. Aid-Gate and Bishops-Gate. p. 365. 

7. Moor-Gate and Cripple-Gate. p. 367. 

8. Alders-Gate and New-Gate. p. 370. 

9. Newgate. Prattent del. Birrell sc. p. 371. 

10. Lud-Gate and Bridge-Gate. p. 374. 

11. Custom House. Prattent del. Owen sc. p. 385. 

1 2. Whittington's House, Hart Street, Crutched Friars. Prat- 

tent del. Birrell sc. p. 388. 

13. Remains of S^ Michael's Chapel, Aklgate. Prattent del. 

Owen sc. p. 393. 

14. The East India House in its former state, p. 404. 

1'3. The East India House in its present state. Prattent del. 
Shirt sc. p. 405. 

16. A House, once S"" Paul Pindar's, Bishopsgate Street. Prat- 

tent del. Owen sc. p. 408. 

1 7. Crosby House, Bishopsgate Street. Prattent del. E. Shirt 

sc. p. 409. 

1 8. A Bird's-eye View of the Royal Exchange_, Prattent del. 

Birrell sc. p. 437. 

19. The Monument, p. 468. 

20. Mercers Hall, Poultry. Prattent del. Owen sc. p. 519. 

21. Guildhall. Prattent del. E. Shirt sc. p. 521. 

22. Figures over the Gateway of Bethlehem Hospital. Birrell 

sc. p. 539. 

VOL. HI. 
Title-page as before. 

The History and Survey of London and its Environs continued, 
[b- Y y y 4] 536 pages . 

Error of paging : — p. 813 for 318. 



658 LONDON AND ITS ENVIRONS. 

PLATES. 

1. Plan of the City of Westminster in the Time of Queen 

Elizabeth. Woodthorpe sc. Frontispiece. 

2. General Monk's House, Hanover Square, Grub Street. 

Prattent del. Birrell sc. p. 4. 

3. Shaftesbury House, Aldersgate Street. Prattent del. J. Simp- 

kins sc. p. 1 1 . 

4. S* Paul's Cathedral. J. Shirt sc. p. 39- 

5. The West View of S* Paul's Cathedral before the Fire of 

London, p. 4 7. 

6. Temple Ear. Busby del. & sc, p. K3 1 . 

7. Bangor House, Shoe Lane. Prattent del. Shirt sc. p. 139. 

8. Ery Piace in its former state, p. 139. 

9. Giltsnur Street Compter. Prattent del. Owen sc. p. 144. 
10. Principal Gate of S' Bartholomew's Hospital. Prattent del. 

Owen sc. p. 11 6. 
J 1. Remains of the Cloysters of Bartholomew the Great Priory. 
Prattent del. J. Sinipkins sc. p. 131. 

12. London Bridge before and since the Houses were pulled 

down. Prattent del. Birrell sc. p. 192. 

13. Westminster and Blackfriars Bridges. Prattent del. Owen 

sc. p. 198. 

14. Abbey Church of S' Peter, Westminster, p. 373. 
13. New Court House, Westminster. Poole sc. p. 438. 

16. Westminster Hall. Green del. Owen sc. p. 440. 

17. The Painted Chamber, Westminster. Prattent del. & sc. 

p. 452. 

18. Somerset House. W. Poole del. & sc. p. 466 (misprinted 

446). 

19. A Gate belonging to the Old Palace of Whitehall. Shirt sc. 

p. 490. 

20. St James's Palace. Birrell del. & sc. p. 495. 

VOL. IV. 

Title-page as before. 

The History and Survey of London and its Environs concluded, 

[b-Zzz4] 544 pages. 
Index, [Aaaa-Ffff3] 4 5 pages. 
Directions for placing the Plates, I page. 

PLATES. 
1 . Whole Sheet Plan of the Cities of London, Westminster, 
with the Borough of Southwark, exhibiting all the New 
Buildings to the present Year, mdcccvi. Fohled. Ncelc 
3c. Frontispiece. 



LONDON AND ITS ENVIRONS. 659 

2. Oliver CromweU's House, Clerkenwell Close. A. Birrell sc. 

p. 45. 

3. S"- John's Gate. Prattent del. E. Shirt sc. p. 46. 

4. Charter House Great Hall. Prattent del. Owen sc. p. 55. 

5. The Tower. W. Poole del. & sc. p. 90. 

6. The Trinity House, Tower Hill. Prattent del. Birrell sc. 

p. 125. 

7. Lambeth Palace, p. 147. 

8. Portrait of William Caxton, the first Printer in England. 

Hopwood sc. p. 379. 

9. Portrait of Sir Thomas Gresham. Mackenzie sc. p. 380. 
10. Portrait of Sir Hugh Middleton. Freeman sc. p. 387. 

N. B. There are copies of this pubhcation on Large Paper. 



XV. 

London : being an accurate History and Description 
of the British Metropolis and its Neighbourhood, to 
Thirty Miles Extent, from an actual Perambulation. 
By David Hughson, LL.D. (Dr. Pugh). In Six 
Volumes. 

" Nurse of Art ! The City rear'd 
In beauteous Pride her Tower-encircled Head ; 
And, stretching Street on Street, by thousands drew. 
From twining woody Haunts, or tiie tough Yew 
To Bows strong straining, her aspiring Sons. 
Then Commerce brought into the public Walk 
The busy Mercliant: the big Warehouse built; 
Rais'd the strong Crane; choak'd up the loaded Street 
With foreign Plenty; and thy Stream, O Thames, 
Large, gentle, deep, nuijr stii:. King of Floods ! 
Chose for his grand Resort ! " THOMSON. 

London : Printed hy W. Stratford, Crown Court, Temple Bar, 
for J. Stratford, No. 112, Holborn Hill; and sold by all other 
Booksellers. I8O6. Octavo. 

VOL. L 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the King's Most Excellent Majesty. 
Preface, p. v-viii. 
List of Subscribers, 8 pages. 

Address to Subscribers and Contributors^ and to the Public, 
4 pages. 



660 LONDON AND ITS ENVIRONS. 

List of the Embellishments to the whole Work, 4 pages. 
Historical Part, [b-4n2] (No. 1-27.) p. 9-632. 

Errors of paging : — p 465 for 405 ', — p. 457 for 467; — p. 57 
for 377 ; — p. 561 for 651. 

PLATES. 

1. An emblematical Representation of Commerce and Plenty 

presenting the City of London with the Riches of the 
Four Quarters of the World. R. Corbould del. Warren 
sc. Frontispiece. 

2. Portrait in profile of K. George IIL Chapman sc. To face 

the Dedication. 

3. Plan of London in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. Folded. 

p. 141. ' 

4. Old Cheapside, with the Cross. A.W.Warren sc. p. 175. 

5. Plan of the City and Environs of London, as fortified by 

order of Parliament in the Years 1642 and 1643. Fold- 
ed, p. 182. 

6. A View of London, as it appeared before the dreadful Fire 

in 1666. Folded, p. 218. 

7. Sir Christopher Wren's Plan for rebuilding London. Folded. 

p. 245. 

8. Sir John Evelyn's Plan for rebuilding the City of London 

after the great Fire in 1666. Folded, p. 248. 
g. The City Gates, as they appeared before they were pulled 
down. Folded, p. 431, 

VOL. IL 

Title-page as in Volume L dated 1805, with the exception of the 
following Motto : 

" Where finds Pliilosophy her Eagle eye, 
With which she ijazcs at yon burning Disk 
Undnzzlcd, and detects and counts his Spots? 
In London. Where Iier Implements exact, 
With vriiich she calculates, computes, and scans 
All Distance, Motion, JMagnitude; and now 
Measures an Atom, and now girds a World ? 
In London. Where has Commerce such a Mart, 
So rich, so throng'd, so drain'd, and so supplied 
As London, opulent, enlarg'd, and still 
Increasing London?" Cowpr.R. 

The History of London continued, No. 27-50, [a-3y4] p. 3- 
540, misprinted 560. 

Errors of paging : — p. 8 for 78 j — p. 560 for 540. 



LON^DON AND ITS ENVIRONS. 661 

PLATES. 

(Those on the letter-press are engraved on Wood.) 

1. Map of London, extending from the Head of the Padding- 

ton Canal West, to the East India Docks East, with the 
proposed Improvements between the Rojal Exchange 
and Finsbury Square. Folded. Drawn and engraved' by 
J. Russell, 'p. 99. 

S^ Michael's Church, Cornhill. On the letter-press of p. 128. 

S' Peter's Church, Cornhill. On the letter-press of p." 133. 

2. East India House. Schnebbclie del. Woolnothsc. p, 147. 
The Church of S' Andrew Undershaft. On the letter-press 

of p. 162. 

3. Portraits of William Stow and Sir Thomas Gresham. A. 

W. Warren sc. p. I69. 
S* Catherine- Cree Church. On the letter-press of p. 172. 
S' Catherine Coleman Church. On the letter press of 

p. 179. 
Trinity Church, Minories. On the letter-press of p. 186. 
S- Catharine Church, Tower. On the letter-press of p. 1 98. 

4. Trinity House, Tower Hill. Drawn by Ellis, engraved by 

A.Warren, p. 213. 
Allhallows Barking Church. On the letter-press of p. 216. 

5. Traitors Gate, Tower of London, Storer del. & sc. p. 225. 
The Chapel of S' Peter ad Vincula. On the letter-press of 

p. 252. 

The Church of S^ Dunstan in the East. On the letter- 
press of p. 270. 

The Church of S* Marv at Hill. On the letter-press of 
p. 29s. 

The Church of S^ George, Botolph Lane. On the letter- 
press of p. 300. 

The Church of S* Magnus, London Bridge. On the letter- 
press of p, 307. 

6. London Bridge in the Year 1757. Scott del. Warren sc. 

p. 316. 

7. Fish Street Hill. Gyfford del. Roffe sc. p. 320. 

S* Margaret Patten/ Church, Rood Lane. On the letter- 
press of p 3-27. 

S'Olave's Church, Hart Street. On the letter-press of p. 334. 

Allhallows vStairiing Church, Mark Lane. On the letter- 
press of p. 343. 

S' Dionis Back Church, Fenchurch Street. On the letter- 
press of p. 355. 

TART II. 4 Q 



662 LONDON AND ITS ENVIRONS. 

S"^ Benedict, or S' Beniiet's Church, Gracechurch-Street. 

On the letter-press of p. 359. 
S* James's Church, Duke's Place. On the letter-press of 

p. 363. 
S* Botolph's Church, Aldgate. On the letter-press of p. 383. 

8. Specimen of antient Building, Bishopsgate Street, (Sir Paul 

Pindar's.) Drawn and engraved by Storer and Greig. 
p. 397. ^ 

S' IBotolph's Church, Bishopsgate. On the letter-press of 
p. 400. 

S* Martin's Church, Outvvich. On the letter-press of p. 4 14. 

S' Helen's Church. On the letter-press of p, 4 I 9. 

The Parish Church of 8^ Ethelburga. On the letter-press 
of p. 4 28. 

The Parish Church of Si Peter le Poor. On the letter-press 
of p. 446. 

The Parish Church of S^ Benedict, or S* Bennet Fink. On 
the letter-press of p. 450. 

The Parish Church of S* Edmund the King. On the let- 
ter-press of p. 453. 

The Parish Church of AUhallows, Lombard Street. On the 
letter-press of p. 458. 

The Church of S' Mary Abchurch. On the letter-press of 
p. 463. 

The Church of S* Clement, East Cheap. On the letter- 
press of p. 467. 

The Church of S' Martin Orgar, On the letter-press of p. 469- 

The Church of S' Michael, Crooked Lane. On the letter- 
press of p. 471. 

The Church of AUhallows the Great. On the letter-press 
of p. 488. 

S* Swithin's Church, London Stone. On the letter-press of 
p. 498. 

S' Stephen's Church,Walbrook. On the letter-press of p. 508. 

9. Interior of St. Stephen's, Walbrook. Gyfford del. Storer 

& Greig sc. p. 509. 

10. The Mansion House. Schnebbelie del. VVoolnoth sc. p. 513. 

1 1 . Egyptian Hall, Mansion House. Schnebbelie del. Warren 

sc. p. 515. 
The Church of S' Mary, Woolnoth. On the letter-press of 
p. 523. 

VOL. HL 
Title-page as before, dated I8O6, the motto as follows : 



LONDON AND ITS ENVIRONS. 663 

" From his onzy Red 

Old Father Thamks advanc'd his reverend Head, 
His Tresses dress'd with Dews, and o'er the Stream 
H's shilling Horns difius'd a golden gleam. 
Grav'd on his Urn appear'd the Moon, that guides 
His sweiiini: Waters and alternate Tides; 
The figiu'd Streams in Waves of Silver roll'd, 
And on their Banks Augusta rose in Gold. 
Behold ! Aucusta's glittering Spirts increase, 
And Temples rise, the heauteous works of Peace ! 
The Time siiall come, when, free as Seas or Wind, 
Unbounded Thames shall flow for all Mankind ! 
Earth's distant ends our Glory shall behold, 
And thf, lu'w World launch forth to seek the old." — PoPE. 
The History and Description of London continued, No. 50-76, 
[a 2-4 L 4] p. 3-640. 
Errors of paging :— p. 331 for 381 ;— pp. 127-8 for 427-8. 

PLATES. 

The Church of S' Bartholomew the Little. On the letter- 
press of p. 4. 

The Dutch Church in Austin Friars. On the letter -press of 
p. 21. 

Allhallovvs, London Wall. On the letter-press of p. 24. 

1. Figures in front of Bethlem Hospital. C.Warren sc. p. 31. 
The Church of St Stephen Coleman. On the letter-press 

of p. 43. 
The Church of S' Margaret Lothbury. On the letter-press 

of p. 51. 
The Church of S* Mildred, Poultry. On the letter-press of 

p. 72. 

2. Bank of England, taken by permission from a Drawing by 

J. Soane, Esq. Warren sc. p. 96. 

3. Another View of the Bank of England. Schnebbelie del. 

A.Warren sc. p, 98. 

4. New Three per Cent. Offices, Bank of England. J. Soane, 

Esq. del. RofFe sc. p. 103. 

The Church of S' Anthony. On the letter-press of p. 1 12. 

The Church of S* Michael, Pater Noster Royal. On the 
letter-press of p. 120. 

The Church of St James, Garlick Hill. On the letter-press 
of p. 155. 

The Church of S* Mary Aldermary. On the letter- press 
of p. 163. 

The Church of S* Michael, Queenhithe. On the letter- 
press of p. 182. 



664 LONDON AND ITS ENVIRONS. 

The Church of S' Mildred, Bread Street. On the letter- 
press of p. 185. 

The Church of Alihallows, Bread Street. On the letter- 
press of p. 199. 

The Church of S' Mary le Bow. On the letter- press of 
p. 212. 

The Church of S' Olave, Old Jewry. On the letter-press 
of p. 236. 

The Church of S' Lawrence Jewry. On the letter-press of 
p. 240. 

5. Guildhall. Gyfford del. Hay sc. p. 245. 

6. Monument to the Memory of Alderman Beckford in Guild- 

hall. Grainger sc. p. 260. 

7. Monument in Guildhall to the Memory of the Earl of Chat- 

ham. Grainger sc. p. 261. 

The Church of S* Michael Bassishaw. On the letter-press 
of p. 2S0. 

The Church of S^ Alphage. On the letter-press of 
p. 2S9. 

The Church of S' Mary, Aldermanbury. On the letter- 
press of p. 295. 

The Church of S* Alban, Wood Street. On the letter-press 
of p. 300. 

The Church of S^ Giles, Cripplegate. On the letter-press 
of p. 353. 

The Church of S*^ Botolph, Aldersgate. On the letter-press 
of p. 374. 

The Church of S' Anne, Aldersgate. On the letter-press of 
p. 392. 

Plan of the Sanctuary in S"^ Martin's le Grand. On the 
letter-press of p. 403. 

The Church of Si^ Vedast, alias Foster. On the letter -press 
of p. 408. 

The Church of S' Michael, Wood Street. On the letter- 
press of p. 417. 

The Church of S' Matthew, Friday Street. On the letter- 
press of p. 433. 

The Church of S' Augustine, Watling Street. On the let- 
ter-press of p. 439. 

The Church of S^ Mary Magdalen, Old Fish Street. On 
the letter-press of p. 442. 

The Church of S^ Nicholas Coleabbey. On the letter-press 
of p. 446. 



LONDON AND ITS ENVIRONS. 665 

The Church of S' Mary Somer's Hythe. On the letter- 
press of p. 433. 

The Church of S' Benedict, Paul's Wharf. On the letter- 
press of p. 463. 

The Church of S* Andrew^ Wardrobe. On the letter-press 
ofp.47P. 

8. S' Paul's Cathedral, from the Soutli East. Gyfford del. 

Warren sc, p. 503. 

9, Interior of S* Paul's Cathedral, p. 529. 

Christ Church, Newgate Street. On the letter-press of 
p. 569. 

The Church of S* Bartholomew the Less. On the letter- 
press of p. 586. 

The Church of Si Bartholomew the Great. On the letter- 
press of p. 595. 
10. Great Hall, Charter House. Schnebbelie del. A.Warren sc 
p. 608. 

The Church of S' Martin, Ludgate. On the lettei-^press 
of p. 617. 

The Church of S* Sepulchre. On the letter-nress of 
p. 632. ' 

VOL. IV. 

Title-page as before, dated 1 S07, with this motto : 
" Come, sacred Peace ! come, long expected davs I 
That Thames's olory to the Stars siiall raise ! ' 
Let Volga's banks witli iron squadrons shine. 
And groves of lances glitter on the Rhine: 
Let barbarous rancour arm a servile train • 
Be his the blessings of a peaceful reigii ! 
Behold! the ascending villas on his side 
Project long shadows o'er the crystal tide! 
Behold Augusta's glittering spires increase; 
And temples rise, the beauteous works of peace ! 

I see, I see, where two fair Cities bend 
Their ample bow, a new Whitehall ascend ! 
There, mighty nations shall inquire their doom 
The World's great oracle in times to come." ' Pope. 

The History of London and Westminster continued. No 77-101 
[a 2-4 F 2] p. 3-579. ' 

Errors of paging :— p. SOI for 301 ;— pp. 2SS-303 are re- 
peated, and follow. 

PLATES. 
1. Portraits of Sir Hugh Myddclton and Sir Christopher Wren. 
Warren sc. p. 18, 



666 LONDON AND ITS ENVIRONS. 

S* Bride's Church. On the letter-press of p. 49. 

S^ Andrew's Church, Holborn. On the letter-press of 
p. 87. 
2. Specinaen of ancient Building, Fleet Street. Schnebbelie 
del. Warren sc. p. 104. 

The Church of S* Dunstan in the West. On the letter- 
press of p. 106. 
3-14. The Arms of the City Companies on Eleven Plates, en- 
graved on Wood. p. 136. 

The Church of S* Clement Danes. On the letter-press of 
p. 148. 

The Church of S' Mary le Strand. On the letter-press of 
p. 175. 

15. Somerset House. Varley del. Warren sc. p. 183. 

16. Drury Lane Theatre. Schnebbelie del. Ellis sc. p. IQl. 

17. Savoy Chapel and Palace. Schnebbelie del. Warren sc. 

p. 200. 

S*^ Paul's Church, Covent Garden. On the letter-press of 
p. 204. 

The Church of S^ Martin in the Fields. On the letter- 
press of p. 223. 

18. Scotland Yard. Rooker del. Warren sc. p. 233. 

ig. View of Westminster and the Bridge. Hassel del. Warren 
sc. p. 245. 

20. Westminster Hall. Schnebbelie del. Taylor sc. p. 250. 
The Church of S' John the Evangelist. On the letter-press 

of p. 266. 

21. Westminster Abbey. Schnebbelie del. A.Warren sc. p. 268. 

22. Interior of Westminster Abbey, p. 271. 

S' Margaret's Church, Westminster. On the letter-press of 
p. 301. 

23. Carleton House. H. Brown del. J, Jones sc. p. 31 7- 

24. Ancient View of S* James's, Westminster Abbey, Hall, &c, 

from the Village of Charing, now Charing Cross. Fold- 
ed, p. 319. 
S' James's Church, Westminster. On the letter-press of 
p. 342. 

25. Lansdowne House, Berkeley Square. Schnebbelie del. 

Sparrow sc. p. 351. 

26. Entrance to London byOxford Street. Gyfforddel. W. Haw- 

kins sc. p. 354. 
The Church of S' Mary at Bourn, vulgarly S^ Mary-la- 
Bonne. On the letter-press of p. 359. 



LONDON AND ITS ENVIRONS. Q67 

The Church of S' George, Hanover Square. On the letter- 
press of p. 3f)3. 

The Church of S' Anne, Westmmster. On the letter- press 
of p. 370. 
. The Church of S* Giles in the Fields. On the letter-press 
of p. 376. 

27. The British Museum. Schnebbelie del. A.Warren sc. p. 388. 
S^ George's Church, Bloomsbury. On the letter-press of 

p. 393. 
The Church of S* George the Martyr. On the letter-press 

of p. 395. 
The Church of S^ James, Clerkenwell. On the letter-press 

of p. 402. 
The Churcli of S^ John, Clerkenwell. On the letter-press 

of p. 409. 
The Church of S' Luke, Old Street. On the letter-press 

of p. 4 1 1 . 

28. Entrance to London at Shoreditch Church. Schnebbelie 

del. Hay sc. p. 419. 
The Church of S' Leonard, Shoreditch. On the letter-press 

of p. 41 9. 
Christ Church, Spital Fields. On the letter-press of 

p. 425. 
S"^ Matthew, Bethnal Green. On the letter-press of p. 427. 

29. Aldgate House, Bethnal Green. Schnebbelie del. Warren 

sc. p. 428. 
The Church of S* Mary, Whitechapel. On the letter-press 

of p. 430. 
The Church of S' George in the East. On the letter-press 

of p. 438. 
The Church of S' Paul, Shadwell. On the letter-press of 

p. 444. 
The Church of S' John, Wapping. On the letter-press of 

p. 447. 

30. London Docks, Wapping. Schnebbehe del. W. Hawkins sc. 

p. 448. 

31. Southwark, from Chatham Place, Blackfriars. Schnebbelie 

del. R. Roffesc. p. 431. 
The Church of S' Clave. On the letter-press of p. 455. 
The Church of S' John the Evangelist, Horsleydovvn. On 

the letter- press of p. 458. 

32. Bermondsey Priory. Schnebbelie del. A.Warren sc. p. 459. 
S* Mary Magdalen, Bermondsev. On the letter -press of 

p. 460. 



66s LONDO^" AND ITS EXVIRONS. 

Tlie Churcli of S*^ Thomas, Southwark. On the letter-press 

of p. 4 63. 
The Churcli of S'^ Mary Overy, or S' Saviour's. On the 

letter-press of p. 478. 
The Church of S' George the Martyr. On the letter-press 

of p. 497. 

33. View of Southwark, towards S* Margaret's Hill. Gvfford 

del. Busby so. p. 498. 

34. Entrance to London by the Obelisk in the Surry Road. 

Schnebbelie del. Sparrow so. p. 504. 
Christ Church, Surrey. On the letter-press of p. 515. 

35. Costume of London : a Nobleman and Lady in 1640. 

Warren sc. p. 562. 
36-7. Dresses of eminent Citizens in 1640; viz. Lord Mavor, 

Lady Mayoress, a Merchant, and a Merchant's Wife. 

p. 562. 
38. An Oliverian of 1650, and an English Gentleman of 1700. 

Warren sc. p. 563. 

VOL. V. 

Title-page as in the preceding Volumes, dated 1808, with this 
Motto : 

-Whercsoe'er T turn my ravishVI eyes. 



Gay t^ildtd scenes ;ind sliiuini: prospects rise: 
Poetic fields encompass me around, 
And still I seem to tread on classic ground: 
From tlieme to tlieme witli secret pleasure tost, 
Amidst tlie soft variety I'm lost. 

Here pleasin^; airs my ravish'd soul confoujul, 
^^'itll circling notes a:;d lahyrintlis of sound : 
Here domes and temples rise in distant views, 
And 0[)enin;; palaces invite my muse." AdDiSDN. 

The Circuit of London, beginning with Surrey and Kent, 
No. 102-121, [a 2-30 4] p. 3-476. 

Error of paging : — p. 338 for 358. 

PLATES. 

1 . Map of the Country surrounding London to the Extent of 

Thirty Miles. Folded. To front the Title. 

2. The Villaof Dr. Lettsom, Camberwell. Samuelldel. Amb. 

Warren sc. p. 45. 

3. Knights Hill, .near Dulvvich, the Scat of Lord Thurlow. 

Schnebbelie del. J. Taylor sc. p. 58. 

4. Villa of John Rolls, E^q.New Cross, Kent Road. J. Raf- 

field Arcl)' del. A. Warren sc. p. 59. 



LONDON AND ITS ENVIRONS. 669 

5. Deptford, from the Greenwich Road. Schnebbelie del. 

Hawkins sc. p. 73. 

6. Greenwich Hospital. Schnebbelie del. A.Warren sc. p. 87. 

7. Woolwich. Schnebbelie del. A.Warren sc. p. 125. 

8. Seven Droog Castle, Shooters Hill, the Property of Lord 

George Rancliffe. Hassell del. Hay sc. p. 136. 

9. Belvidere House, near Erith, the Seat of Lord Eardley. 

Godfrey del. Eastgate sc. p. 143. 

10. Erith (Church). Gyfford del. Sparrow sc. p. 145. 

1 1. View of Dartford. Schnebbelie del. Woolnoth sc. p. 151. 

12. View of Gravesend. Gyfford del. Sparrow sc. p. 171. 

13. View of Rochester. Schnebbelie del. Woolnoth sc. p. 184. 

14. Rochester Cathedral. Schnebbelie del. A. Warren sc. 

p. 198. 

15. Maidstone Bridge. EUis del. Sparrow sc. p. 237. 

16. Mitcham. Brown del. Sands sc. p. 289. 

17. Merton Church. ElHs del. F. Haydon sc. p. 292. 

18. Lord Nelson's Villa at Merton. Gyfford del. A. Warren sc. 

p. 292. 

19. The Seat of Abraham Goldsmid, Esq. Morden, Surrey. 

Gyfford del. Hawkins sc. p. 293. ' 

20. Sutton Church. Ellis del. W. Hawkins sc. p. 297. 

21. Carshalton. Drawn and engraved by W. Ellis, p. 298. 

22. Beddington. Ellis del. Shirt sc. p. 302. 

23. Croydon. Drawn and engraved by Ellis, p. 308. 

24. The Oaks, Surry, the Seat of the Earl of Derby. Gyfford 

del. Sparrow sc. p. 311. 

25. Leatherhead Church. S. Gray, Esq. del. Davenport sc. 

p. 3 17. 

26. Guildford. J. Osborne del. F. Le Erun sc. p. 343. 

27. Ember Court, near Thames Ditton. Ellis del. Sands sc. 

p. 368. 
2b. Kingston. Gyfford del. Wise sc. p. 369. 

29. Sheen Palace. Schnebbelie del. Wise sc. p. 374. 

30. Richmond Palace, built by King Henry VIL Eastgate sc. 

p. 375. 

31. Richmond. Schnebbelie del. Hawkins sc. p. 377. 

32. The King's Palace at Kew. Schnebbelie del. Hawkins sc. 

p.38i. 

33. Wimbledon Villa, the Seat of Gerard De Visme, Esq. 

A.Warren sc. p. 394. 

34. Battersea. SchnebbeUe del. Woolnoth sc. p. 396. 

35. \Xind.sor (Castle). G. Brown del. J. Hawkins sc. p. 403. 

PART II. 4 R 



670 LOXDON AND ITS ENVIRONS. 

VOL. VI. 
Title-page as before, dated 1 809^ with this Motto : 

" O happy plains, remote from war's alarms, 
And all the rava^res of noblile ninib ! 
And happy shepherds, who secure from fear, 
On open downs preserve your flt-ecy care ! 
Whose spacious ha: iis szroan with increasing store, 
And whirling flails di^joint the cracking fioorl" — 

*' Ye happy fields, unknown to noise and strife, 
The kind lewarders of industrious life: 
Ye shadv woods, where once i us'd to rove. 
Alike indulLjeni to the Muse and Love: 
Ye murinurint; streams, that in meanders roll. 
The sweet composures of the pensive soul ; 
Farewell! — The City calls me from your bowers." Gay. 

The Circuit of London continued, beginning with Hertford- 
shire, and Additions, No. 122-148, [a 2-4 K 4] p. 3-632. 
Index to the whole Work, 64 pages. 

Errors of paging: — p. 115 for 119; — p. 456 for 454; — 
pp. 482-3 are misprinted 342, 543; — p. 459 for 549; — p. 598 
for 593. 

PLATES. 

1. New River Head (at Chadwell). Schnebbelie del. Warren 

so. p. 63. 

2. Bengoo Church, with part of Hertford. Ellis del. Spar- 

row sc. p. Q5. 

3. Amwcll. Ellis del. Sparrow sc. p. f)5. 

4. The Rye House, Herts. Ellis del. A. Warren sc. p. 69. 

5. Wormley Bury, the Seat of Sir Abraham Hume, Bart. El- 

lis del. & sc. p. 75. 

6. Broxbourn. Ellis del. Warren sc. p. 78. 

7. S'Alijans. Schnebbelie del. Hawkins sc. p. 112. 

8. Barnet. Ellis del. Poole sc. p. 135. 

9. Column at Hadley near Barnet, in Commemoration of the 

Battle between Edward IV. and the Earl of Warwick. 

Ellis del. Sands sc. p. 136. 
10. Cheshunt House, Herts. Ellis del. Hawkins sc. p. 139. 
J 1. Theobalds, Herts. Ellis del. & sc. p. 144. 

12. Waltham Cross. Ellis del. Poole sc. p. 148. 

13. Tylney House, Wanstead, Essex. Brown del. Sparrow sc. 

p. 161. 

14. Purflcct. Gyfford del. Sparrow sc. p. 208. 

15. Gray's (Thurrock). Gyfford del. Duthemare sc. p. 209. 



LONDON A\T) ITS ENVIRONS. 671 

[6. Tilbury Fort. Gyfford del. Sparrow sc. p. 210. 

17. Walthaai y\bbev. Ellis del. Burgess sc. p. 277. 

18. Powder Mills, Waltham Abbey. "EIHs del. & sc. p. 283. 

19. The Villa of John Elsee, Esq. Chigwell Row. Schuebbe- 

lie del. Davenport sc. p. 29 i. 

20. ChingCord Church. Ellis del. Hawkins sc. p. 296. 

21. Woodford. Ellis del. Banthemare sc. p. 297, 

22. C'aybcrry Hall, the Seat of James Hatch, Esq. Dayes del. 

Haydon sc. p. 298. 

23. Belle Vue House, Hale End, Walthamstow, the Seat of 

Charles Cooke, Esq. Gyfford del. Warren sc. p. 299. 

24. Walthamstow. Ellis del. Haydon sc. p. 301. 

25. Entrance to London at Mile End. Schnebbelie del. Haysc. 

p. 30G. 

26. The West India Docks, Blackwall. Schnebbelie del. Haw- 

kins sc. p. 318. 

27. Hackney. Schnebbelie del. A. Warren sc. p. 329. 

28. Islington. Schnebbelie del. Sparrow sc. p. 373. 

29. Entrance to London from Islington. Schnebbelie del. Hay 

sc. p. 374. 

30. Hornsey Church. Ellis del. Sparrow sc. p. 384. 

31. Tottenham High Cross. Ellis del. Haydon sc. p. 390. 

32. Tottenham Church. Ellis del. Hawkins sc. p. 390. 

33. Bush Hill, the Seat of William Mellish, Esq. Ellis del. 

Sparrow sc. p. 397. 

34. Edmonton. Ellis del. Amb. Warren sc. p. 398. 

35. Enfield. EUis del. Amb. Warren sc. p. 402. 

36. Trent Place, near Southgate, the Seat of J. Wigston, Esq. 

Ellis del. Shirt sc. p. 404. 

37. South Lodge, the Seat of Nathaniel Grundrey, Esq. Ellis 

del. Warren sc. p. 404. 

38. Enfield Wash. Ellis del. Sparrow sc. p. 407. 

39. North Mimms. Ellis del. A. Warren sc. p. 410. 

40. Edgeware Church. Ellis del. Poole sc. p. 415. 

41. Little Stanmore Church. Ellis del. Grainger sc. p. 415. 

42. Great Stanmore Church. Ellis del. Sparrow sc. p. 421. 

43. The Seat of George Drummond, Esq. with the Church, 

Stanmore. Ellis del. Amb. Warren sc. p. 422. 
44.. Harrow on the Hill. Schnebbelie del. Hawkins sc. p. 424. 

45. Hendon. Hassell del. Sparrow sc. p. 426. 

46. Paddington Church. Gyfford del. A.Warren sc. p. 439- 

47. Kensington Palace. Schnebbelie del. A. Warren sc. p. 445. 

48. Hampton Court Palace. Schnebbelie del. A. Warren sc. 

p.477. 



679, LONDON AND ITS ENVIRONS. 

49. Hanwell. Ellis del. Hawkins sc. p. 505. 
30. The Villa of John Soane, Esq. Great Ealing. J. Soane del. 
A Warren sc. p. 507. 

51. Isleworth. Schnebbelie del. A. Warren sc. p. 510. 

52. Sion House. Schnebbelie del. Ha\vkins sc. p. 514. 

53. The Temple in Chiswick Garden's, the Seat of the Duke of 

Devonshire. Schnebbelie del. Sparrow sc. p. 533. 

54. Fulham. Schnebbelie del. Woolnoth sc. p. 540, 
53. Chiswick, Schnebbelie deh Burgess sc. p. 542. 

56. Chelsea Hospital. Schnebbelie del. Warren sc. p. 350*. 

57. Military Asylum, Chelsea. Schnebbelie del. Warren sc. 

p. 5*64 . 

58. The New Mint, with part of the Tower and Tower Hill. 

Schnebbelie del. Hawkins sc. p. 579. 

59. Covent Garden Theatre. R. B. Schnebbelie del. F. Hay 

sc. p. 610. 

N, B. There are copies of this publication on Fixe Paper. 

XVI. 

The History of London and its Environs : Con- 
taining an Account of the Origin of the City : its 
State under the Romans, Saxons, Danes, and Nor- 
mans : its Rise and Progress to its present State of 
Commercial Greatness : includins^ an historical Re- 
cord of every important and interesting public Event, 
from the Landing of Julius Cffisar to the present Pe- 
riod : Also a Description of its Antiquities, pubhc 
Buildings and Establishments ; of the Revolutions in 
its Government ; and of the Calamities to which its 
Inhabitants have been subject by Fire, Famine, Pes- 
tilence, &c. Likewise an Account of all the Towns, 
Villages, and Country within Twenty-five ]\Iiles of 
London. By the late Rev. ITenky IIunter, D.D. 
and other Gentlemen. Embellished with j\Iaps, Plans, 
and Views. In Two Volumes. 

London : Printed for.Iohn Stockdale, Piccadilly, by S. Gosnell^ 
Little Queen Street, Holborn. 1811. Royal quarto, 

VOL. I. 
Title-page as above. 



LONDON AND ITS ENVIRONS. 673 

List of Subscribers, p. v-x. 

List of Plates to the First Volume, 1 page. 

Preface, p. xiii-xix. 

Table of Contents to the First Volume, p. xxi-xxxii. 

History of London, [b-Gb2] 924 pages. 

PLATES. 

1. A large Four Sheet New Plan of London, XXIX Miles in 

Circumference. S. J. Neele sc. To front the Title, or 
p. 881.— [A'b^ in the printed List of Plates.'] 

2. View of Temple Bar. E. Daves del. Neagle sc. p. 3, 

3. View of Somerset House. E. Dayes del. G. Murray sc. 

p. 23-2. 

4. View of S* James's Palace. E. Daves del. Neagle sc. 

p. 498. 

5. View of the Pest Houses at Tothill Fields. E. Dayes del. 

C. Pye sc. p. 502. 

6. Plan of the City of London before the Fire, Anno Domini 

1666. Neelesc. p,504. 

7. Plan of London after the Fire, \nuo Domini 16G6. Neele 

sc. p. 305. — \_Not in the printed List of Plates.] 

8. View of the Monument. Dayes dtl. Audinet sc. p. 312. 

9. View of the New Church, Strand. Daves del. Audinet sc. 

p. 592. 

10. View of Buckingham House. Dayes del. W. Knight sc. 

p. 393. 

11. View of Westminster Bridge. Dayes del, T. Tagg sc. 

p. 667. 

12. View of Black-Friars Bridge. Daves del. T. Tagg sc. 

p. 702. 

13. Plan of the Wet Docks. S. J. Neele sc. p. 859. 

14. Engraved Index Plate to the View of London. Folded; at 

the end of tiie Volume. — \Not in the printed List of 
Plates.] '^ 

VOL. H. 
Title-page as before. 

Contents of the Second Volum.e, p. iii-viii. 
List of Plates to the Second Volume, 1 page. 
Description of the Country round London, [b-5l2] 811 pages. 
Index to the Second Volume, 7 pages. 

PLATES. 
1. A Sheet Map of Middlesex, Folded, p. 1. 



(574 Loi^BON. 

2. A Four Sheet New Map of the Country round London. 

S. J. Neele sc. p. 1. 

3. A Sheet Map of Surrey. Folded, p. 8. 

4. A Sheet Map of Kent. S. Neele sc. p. 12. 

5. A Sheet Map of Essex. S. Neele sc. p. 20. 

6. A Sheet Map of Hertfordshire. S. Neele sc. p. 26. 

7. A long Two Half Sheet Map of the River Thames. Folded. 

S. J. Neele sc. p. 30. 

8. View of the Queen's Walk. E. Dayes del. Storersc. p. 41. 

9. View of London Bridge. E. Dayes del. J. Dadley sc. 

p. 44. 
10. View of the Tower. E. Dayes del. P. Audinet sc. p. 46. 
] 1. Map of the Canals. Neele sc. p. 36. 

12. View of Chelsea Hospital. E. Dayes del. Tagg sc. p. 67* 

13. View of Hyde Park Corner. E. Dayes del. Hall sc. p. 70. 

14. View of the Conduit at Bayswater. E. Dayes del. Spar- 

row sc. p. 72. 

15. View of London from Highgate. E. Dayes del. W. Knight 

sc. p. 86. 

16. View of Friern House, the Seat of John Bacon, Esq. Dayes 

del. W. Knight sc. p. 87. 

17. View of London from Camberwell. Dayes del. W. Knight 

sc. p. 122, 

18. View of Mount Ararat, the Seat of Edward Clarke, Esq. 

Dayes del. W. Angus sc. p. 129. 

19. View of Guildford. Dayes del. W. Knight sc. p. 150. 

20. View of Greenwich Hospital. Dayes del. P. Audinet sc. 

p. 158. 

21. View of London from Greenwich Park. Dayes del. W. 

Knight sc. p. 160. 

22. View of Fairlop Oak. Dayes del. Owen sc. p. 427- 

23. View of Claybury Hall, the Seat of James Hatch, Esq. 

Dayes del. W. Knight sc. p. 435. 

N. B. There are copies of this work on Elephant Paper. 



XVIL 
LO NDINOPOLIS: An Historicall Discourse 
or Pkh LUSTRATION of the City of London, the 

Tni[)crial Ciiainber, and Chief Emporium of Great 
Britain : ^hereunto is added another of the City of 
Westminster, with the Courts of Justice, Antiqui- 



LONDOX. 675 

tics, and new Buildings thereunto belonging. By 
Jam. Howel, Esq. 

" Stnesco, nnn Scgneno" 
London : Printed bv J. Streater, for Henry Twiford, George 
Sawbridge, Thomas Dring, and John Place ; and are to be 
sold at their Shops. iGbJ. Small folio"''. 

Title-page as above, printed with red and black ink. 

Latin and English Lines in praise of London Bridge, 2 pages. 

Dedication to the Pienowned City of London ; to the Right 
Honourable, Honourable, and all others, who owe their first 
Birth or well-being to so Noble a Metropolis;, 2 pages. 

Some Advertisements to the Reader, 2 pages. 

The Chiefest Materials that go to the Compilement of this new 
Peece, 2 pages. 

The Historical Part, beginning with " Tlie Proeme, or First En- 
trance into the City of London," [b-oo 2] numbered 407 
pages ; yet consisting but of 232 pages. 

The Lidex, and Catalogue of the Author's Works, [pp-Qq2] 
8 pages. 

Errors of paging: — pp. 91-94 are numbered 81-84; — imme- 
diately after p. 124, signature r 2, being the termination of the 
History of the Eighteenth Ward, and the page ending witl; the 
catchword " Of;" the following leaf commences with j)age 301, 
signature Aa; thus, '' The Nineteenth Ward, or Aldermanry of 
the City of London, called Cripplegate Ward;" — but by a refe- 
rence to the Index the Volume will be found complete. The 
seeming error may perhaps be attributed to the Book being 
printed at different Offices; — pp. 351-354 are numbered 333, 
354, 355, 356. 

PLATES. 

1. A whole-length Portrait of the Author, in a Cloak, leaning 

against a Tree, with his Arms in the back ground, and 
this Motto at the foot of the Tree : ^' Heic tti.tus obinn- 
hrorr C. Melan & Bosse sc. To front the Title. 

2. A folded View of London, with numbered Referenoes, and 

these Lines : 

" London, the Glory of Gi^;at Eritaines He 
Behold her Landschip here, and tvii pourfile." To face p. 1. 

* Anthony k Wood states, that this work is mostly taken from 3. Stow's 
Survey of London, and liis continuators. Ath. Oxoii. ii. 383. Bud llowd 
hiaiself says the •ame. 



676 LoXDOX. 

XVIII. 

CAMERA REGIS: or, a Short View of Lo:c- 
DOX. Containing the Antiquity, Fame, Walls, 
Bridfre, River, Gates, Tower, Cathedral, Officers, 
Courts, Customs, Franchises, &c. of that renowned 
City. Collected out of Law and History, and me- 
thodized for the Benefit of the present Inhabitants. 
By John Brydall, Esq. 

., T T> • < Sulus > i nuam} /-.■•, i Svhsistit 

^ = i Deciis ^ •' t quod 5 i iloret. 

London : Printed for William Crooke, at the Green Dragon 
without Temple Barre. I676. Octavo. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the Loyal Londoners, signed John Brydall, and 

dated Whitehall, 15th Nov. 1675. 
The View of London, [b-i 7] 123 pages. 

XIX. 

The Present State of London : or Memorials 
comprehending a Full and Succinct Account of the 
Ancient and Alodern State thereof. By Tho. De- 
Laune, Gent. 

" Civitutcs ah initio nlililutis causa cnnslituta: sunt." — AristOT. Polit. 1. 
London : Printed by George Larkin, for Enoch Prosser and 
John How, at the Rose and Crown and Seven Stars in Swee- 
thing's Alley, near the Royal Exchange, in Cornhill. 1681. 
Duodecimo. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the Right Honourable Sir Patience Ward, Knight, 

Lord Mayor of the City of London, dated June 24, I6&I, 

4 pages. 
To the Reader, 2 pages. 
To his Friend Mr. Thomas De-Laune, an Acrostick on The 

Present Slate of London, signed 11. S. ; also Lines, addressed 

to the Author, signed D. E. Philopolis, 2 pages. 
The Contents, 2 pages. 
The Present State of London, ending with an Advertisement re- 



LONDON. 677 

specting the Carriers, Waggoners, and Stage Coaches, [u- 
Y 12] 478 pages. 

terrors of paging : — p. 338 for 348; — and pages 361-384, 
signature R, are omitted ; — p. 360, ending with the catchword 
The, and p. 385, beginning with An; — pp. 397-406, signature 
s 6-s 1 2, omitted, but the catchwords Thomas correspond j — 
p. 493 for 463. 

PLATES. 
Frontispiece — The Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen 

(27) heads. 
The Arms of the City of London. On the letter-press of 
p. 1, and the same on p. 331. 

1. New-Gate and Lud-Gate. p. 10. 

2. Cripple-Gate and Alders-Gate. p. 1 1, 

3. Westminster Abby & Parlament Hovse, and the Monvment. 

p. 21. 

4. S^ Mary Overies Church and Bow Steeple, p. 73. 

5. Clarendon Hovse and Covent Garden, p. 79- 

6. New Bedlam and Bride Well. p. 97. 

7. White Hall and the Temple, p. 99. 

8. Westminster Hall and the Royall Exchange, p. 158. 

9. Phisitians Colledge and Lord Shaftsbury('s) Hovse. p. 165. 
10. (Statues of) K. (Charles II.) at the Stocks Market, and 

of K. (Charles 1.) at Charing Cross, p. 212. 

Likewise Sixty-four Shields of Arms of the Companies of Lon- 
don on the various pages of letter-press. 

XX. 

J NOLLE METROPOLIS: or, The Present 
State of London : with ^lemorials comprehend- 
ing a Full and Succinct Account of the Ancient and 
Alodern State thereof: — its Original, Government, 
Rights, Liberties, Charters, Trade, Customs, Privi- 
ledges, and other remarkables, &c. First written by 
the late Ligenious Tiio. De Laune, Gent, and con- 
tinued to this present year by a careful Hand. 

" Civitatcs ah initio utiUtalis causa constituta sunt." — ARlSTOT. Polit. 1. 
London : Printed by G. L. for John Harris, at the Harrow, in 
the Poultrey ; and Thomas Howkins, in George Yard, in 
Lumbard Street, mdcxc. Duodecimo. 

PART II. 4S 



678 LONDON. 

Title-page as before. 

Dedicati- 11 to the R* Hon^'^ Sir Thomas Pilkingtoiij K» Lord 

Mayor, sii^ned 8.W. 
The Author's Preface to the Reader. — The Booksellers to the 

Reader, signed John Harris and Tho, Howkins, 2 pages. 
The Coiitents, ,5 pages. 
The Present State of London [b-v6] 444 pages. 

Errors of paging: — p. 3 for 3 1 ; — p. 325 for 225 ; — pp. 326-7 
for 322-323 ;~pp. 322-323 for 326-327; — pp. 154^ 155 for 
354, 355, 

With one separate plate only, — the same Frontispiece as in the 
preceding edition. 

XXI. 

LONDINUM TRIUMFHANS: or, An Histo- 
rical Account of the Grand Influence the Ac- 
tions of the City of London have had upon the 
Affairs of the Nation for many Ages past : Shew- 

• ing the Antiquity, Honour, Glory, and Renown of 
this Famous City: the Grounds of her Rights, Privi- 
ledges, and Franchises ; the Foundation ot her Char- 
ter; the Lnprobahility of its Forfeitures, or Seisure ; 
the Power and Strength of the Citizens, and the se- 
veral Contests that have been betwixt the Magistracy 
and the Commonalty, Collected from the most au- 
thentick Authors, and illustrated with variety of Re- 
marks, worthy the Perusal of every Citizen. By 
William Gougii, Gent. 

" Nullum est jam dictum, quod non dictum sit priux" 
" No new thill";; under the sun." 

London : Printed for the Author ; and are to be sold by Tho- 
mas Simmons, at the Princes Armes in Ludgate-Street. 1682. 
Oclavo. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to Eight Aldermen, Sheriffs, Chamberlain, and Ci- 
tizens of London, who so worthily asserted their Rights. 

To the Reader, 6 pages. 

Londinum Triumphans, [B-iJb3] 3 73 pages. 

Errata, 1 page. 

Error of paging : — p. 318 i*? misprinted 218. 



LONDON. 679 



XXII. 



A N'ew View, and Observations on the Ancient 
and Present State of London and Westsiinster. 
Shewing the Foundation, ^\calls, Gates, Towers, 
Bridges, Churches, Rivers, Wards, Palaces, Halls, 
Companies, Inns of Court and Chancery, Hospitals, 
Schools, Government, Charters, Courts and Privileges 
thereof; also Historical Remarks thereon. With an 
Account of the most remarkable Accidents, as to 
Wars, Fires, Plagues, and other Occurrences which 
have happened therein for above 1400 Years past, 
brought down to the present Time. Illustrated with 
Cuts of the most considerable Matters ; with the 
Arms of the Sixty-six Companies of London, and 
the Time of their Incorporation. By Robert Bur- 
ton*, Author of the History of the Wars of En- 
gland. Continued by an able Hand. 

London : Printed for A. Bettesworth and Charles Hitch, at the 
Red Lion ; and J. Batlev, at the Dove, in Paternoster Row. 
1730. First printed in 1682. Duodecimo. 

Title-page as above. 
To the Reader, signed Robert Burton. 

The View of London and Westminster, [b-n 12] 312 pages. 
Historical Remarks of London, from 527 to the Year 1730, 
[o-x6] p. 145-468. 

Errors of paging : — pages 241 to 265 are omitted ; — and after 
page 240 of the Historical Remarks there is an omission of 145 
pages; viz. p. 241 to 385, although the catchwords and signa- 
tures in both instances correspond. 

* The compihition of this volume, and of the great variety published 
under the name of Robert Burton, is attributed to Nathaniel Crouch, who 
was a bookseller, and of whom John Dunton speaks as follows: " I think I 
have given you the very soul of his character, when I have told you that 
fiis talent lies at CuUec'tiun. He has melted down the best of our English 
histories into twelve-penny books, which arc filled with WONDERS, RARI- 
TIES, and Curiosities; for, you must know, his title-pages are a little 
swelling." — Diinton's Life and Errors, p, 282. 



680 LONDON. 

PLATES 

(On the letter-press, except No. 1.) 

The Royal Arms, and the Arms of the City of London, to front 

the Title. 
Aldgate, on p. 17. — Bishops-gate, on p. 21. — Moor-gate, on 

p. 24. — Cripple-gate/ on p, 26. — Alders-gate, on p. 28. 

New-gate, on p. 30. — Lud-gate, on p. 34. — Temple-Bar, on 

p. 40. 
The Tower, on p, 42. — The Arms of London, and of the City 

Companies, on pp. 120-131. 
Bethlehem Hospital, on p. 152. — Statue of Sir Thomas Gresham, 

on p. 157. — The Royal Exchange, on p. 162. — The Base of 

the Monument, with the sculptured Figiues, on p. 173. — 

Statue of K. Charles II"'' in Stock's Market, on p. 179- 
Guild-Hall, on p. 196. — West end of S^ Paul's Cathedral, on 

p. 220. — Queen Anne's Statue, on p. 229. — Statue of K. 

Charles I. at Charing Cross, on p. 288. — The Cock-Pit- Gate, 

on p. 291. 
Statue of K. George I. in Grosvenor Square, on p. 299. 

XXIII. 

Historical Remarks on the ancient and present 
State of the Cities of London and Westmin- 
ster : with an Account of the most considerable 
Occurrences, Revolutions, and Transactions, as to 
Wars, Fires, Plagues, 8:c. which have happened in 
and about these Cities for above Nine Hundred Years 
past, till tlie Year 1681. By Robert Burton. A 
New Edition, \vith additional AV'ood-cut Portraits, 
and a copious Index. 

Westminster : Printed for Machell Stace, No. 5, Middle Scot- 
land Yard, hy George Smeeton, St. Martin's Lane, Charing 
Cross. 1810. Quarto. 

Title-page as above, printed with black and red Ink, within a 
border of red Lines. 

The Historical Remarks, [b-y 3] 1 Gb pages. 

Index of Names of Persons and Places, [Y4-Aa] p. 167-178. 
PLATES ENGRAVED ON WOOD. 
1. Portrait of Sir W. Walworth, Knt. Byfield sc. To face 
the Title. 



LONDON. 68 1 

2. Portrait of Meiiassah Ben Israel, a Jewish Merchant. On 

the letter-press of p. 18. 

3. Portrait of Duke Robert. On the letter-press of p. 22. 

4. Portrait of William Wallace. On the letter-press of p. 56. 

5. Portrait of .Tohn \yicklifi". On the letter-press of p. 61 . 

6. Portrait of John Gower, On the letter-press of p. 63. 

7. Portrait of Lord Cobham. On the letter-press of p. 66. 

8. Portrait of Jane Shore. On the letter-press of p. 73. 

9. Portrait of Mrs. Turner, On the letter-press of p. 79. 

10. Portrait of Philemon Holland. On the letter-press of 

p. 34. 

11. The Tower. On the letter-press ot p. 90. 

12. Aldgate. On the letter-press of p. 91. 

13. Bishopsgate. On the letter-press of p. 92. 

14-13. Moorgate and Cripplegate. On the letter-press of 

p. 93. 
16-1 7. Aldersgate and Newgate. On the letter-press of p. 94-5. 

18. Ludgate. On the letter- press of p. 97. 

19. Portrait of the Duke of Ireland. On the letter-press of 

p. 125. 

20. Portrait of the Duke of Gloucester. On the letter-press of 

p. 126. 

21. Portrait of Hugh Middleton. On the letter-press of p. 135. 

22. Portrait of Sir Thomas Greshani. On the letter-press of 

p. 151. 

23. Clarendon House. On the letter-press of p. 165. 

N. B. There are Large Paper copies of this reprinted edi- 
tion. 

XXIV. 

Remarks on London : being an exact Survey of the 
Cities of London and Westminster, Borough 
of SouTiiWARK, and the Suburbs and Liberties con- 
tiguous to them ; 
By shewing where every Street, Lane, Court, Alley, Green, 
Yard, Close, Square, or any other Place, by what Name 
soever called, is situated in the most Famous Metropolis; 
so that Letters from the General and Penny-post Offices 
cannot miscarry for the future. An Historical Account of 
all the Cathedrals, Collegiate and Parochial Churches, 
Chapels, and Tabernacles within the Bill of Mortality ; 
shewing therein the sett Time of publick Prayer, cele- 



582 LONDON. 

brating the Sacraments, Morning and Evening Lectures, 
and preaching Sermons, both ordinary and extraordinary; 
with many curious Observations. Places to which Penny- 
post Letters and Parcels are carried, with Lists of Fares 
and Markets. What Places send Members to Parliament. 
To what Inns Flying-Coaches, Stage-Coaches, Waggons, 
and Carriers come, and tlie Days they go out, lately col- 
lected. Keys, Wharfs, and Plying-places on the River of 
Thames. Instructions about the General Post Office. 
Description of the Great and Cross Roads from one City 
and eminent Town to another in England and Wales. 
A perpetual Almanack. The Rates of Coachmen, Chair- 
men, Carmen, and Watermen. A perpetual Tit'e Table; 
and several other necessary Tables adapted to Trade and 
other Business. All alphabetically digested, and very use- 
ful for all Gentlemen, Ladies, Merchants, Tradesmen, 
both in City and Country ; the like never before extant. 
By W. Stow. 

London : Printed for T. Norris, at the Looking-Glass ; and 
H.Tracy, at the Thtee Bibles, on London Bridge. 1722. 
Duodecimo. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to His Royal Highness George Prince of Wales, 

3 pages. 
The Preface, 7 pages. 
The Descriptive Remarks, beginning with '' The Stranger's 

Guide," [n-Q 3] 1 80 pages. 

XXV. 

A New Review of Londox : being an exact Survey 
lately taken of every Street, Lane, Court, Alley, 
Square, Close, Green, Wharf, Row, Garden, Field, 
and all Places, by Avhat X^ame soever call'd, within 
the Cities, Liberties, or Suburbs of London, West- 
minster, and Borougli of Southwark, alphabetically 
arranged, &c. The Third Edition. 

London : Printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford Arms in War- 
wick Lane ; and D. Leach, in Black and White Court, in th^ 
Old Bailey, mdccxxvjii. Oc/ayo, 5 <5 pages. 



/ LONDON. G83 

XXVI. 

New Remarks of Loxdox : or A Survey of the 
Cities of London and Westminster, of Sot^TH- 
WARK, and part of Middlesex and Surrey, within 
the Circumference of the Bills of Ivlortality. 

Containing the Situation, Antiquity, and Reljuildingof each 
Church; the Value of the Rectory or Vicarage; in whose 
Gifts they are ; and the Names of the present Incumbents 
and Lecturers. — Of the several Vestries, the Hours of 
Prayer, Parish and Ward Officers, Charity and other 
Schools; the Numl)er of Charity Children, how main- 
tained, educated, and placed out Apprentices, or put to 
Service. — Of the Alms-houses, Work-houses, and Hospi- 
tals. — The remarkable Places and Things in each Parish, 
with the Limits or Bounds, Streets, Lanes, Courts, and 
Number of Houses. Likewise an Ali^habetical Table of 
all the Streets, Courts, Lanes, Alleys, Yards, Rows, 
Bents, Squares, &;c. within the Bills of Mortality, shew- 
ing in what Liberty or Freedom they are, and an easy 
Method for finding any of them. — Of the several Inns of 
Courts, and Inns of Chancery, with their several Build- 
ings, Courts, Lanes, Sec. To which are added the Places 
to which Penny-post Letters are sent, with proper Direc- 
tions therein. — The Wliarfs, Keys, Docks, Sec. near the 
River Thames. — Of Water-carriage to several Cities, 
Towns, &c. — The Rates of Water-men, Porters of all 
kinds, and Car-men. To what Inns Stage-Coaches, 
Flying- Coaches, Waggons and Carriers come, and the 
Days they go out. The whole being very useful for La- 
dies, Gentlemen, Clergymen, Merchants, Tradesmen, 
Coach-men, Chair-men, Car-men, Porters, Bailiffs, and 
others. Collected by the Company of Parish Clerks. 

London : Printed for E. Midwinter, at the Looking Glass and 
Three Crowns, in St. Paul's Church-yard. MDccxxxii. 

Dundccimo. 

Title-page as above. 
Preface and Advertisement, p. v-viii. 
The New Remarks of London, [A-Bb 5] 598 pages. 
List of Streets contiguous to those within the Bills of Mortality, 
a separate leaf, and follows p. 298. 



684 LONDON. 

To the Reader ; and an Explanation of the Abbreviations in the 

List of Streets, 2 pages. 
An Alphabetical Table of all the Streets, Lanes, Courts, Sec. 

within the Bills of Mortality, &,c. [cc-Mm] pp. 301-410. 
With the Anns of the Parish-Clerks, engraved on wood, and the 

period the Company was incorporated, to front the Title-page. 

XXVII. 

The Antiquities of London and Westminster : 

being an Accoant of whatsoever is ancient, curious, 
or remarkable as to Palaces, Towers, Castles, Walls, 
Gates, Bridges, IMonasteries, Priories, Sanctuaries, 
Nunneries, Religious Houses, Cathedrals, Churches, 
Chapels, Colleges, Inns of Court, Hospitals, Sehools, 
and other magnificent Buildings ; as Exchanges, Halls, 
Crosses, Markets, Gaols, and all publick Edifices: 
also Rivers, Brooks, Bourns, Springs, &c. And many 
other curious INIatters in Antiquity, whereby will 
plainly appear the Difference between the ancient 
and present State of these two Famous Cities. By 
N. Bailey, Author of the Universal Etymological 
English Dictionary. The Third Edition. 

London : Printed for J. Osborn, at the Golden Ball in Pater- 
noster Row. 1734. Duodecimo. 

Title-page as above. To the Reader, 4 pages. 

The Antiquities of London and Westminster, [b-m] 244 pages. 
Errors of paging: — pp. 193-194 are omitted; — p. 131 for 231. 

xxvni. 

A Concise History of the Cnv of London, with 

the Laws and Customs dicreof. 

London: Printed for M. Cooper. 1752. Octo-decimo. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to Sir Crispe Gascovnc, Kn' Lord Mayor, signed 

J. M. 
Account of the Twelve principal Companies of the City of 

London, 6 pages. 



LONDON-. , 685 

Title-page : " The Pocket Remembrancer ; or a Concise His- 
tory of the City of London.'^ 
To the Reader, 2 pages. 
History of London, beginning with p. 5, to page 234, 

Errors of paging : — pages 179 to 188 are omitted, but perfect; 
— and p. 234 (the last page) is marked 934. 

A small folded View of London is prefixed ; the same plate as 
on the letter-press of Seymour's History of London, vol. i. 
p. 3. 

XXIX. 

London in Miniature : being a concise and com- 
prehensive Description of the Cities of London and 
Westminster, and Parts adjacent, for Forty Miles 
round. 

In which the many publick Buildings, Statues, Ornaments, 
Royal Palaces, Houses of the Nobility and Gentry, Places 
of publick Diversion and Entertainment, &:c. in and about 
this great Metropolis, are accurately display'd ; with the 
addition of a correct Alphabetical List of all the Streets, 
Lanes, Scjuares, Courts, Alleys, &c. within the Bills of 
Mortality. The whole collected from Stow, Maitland, 
and other large Works on this Subject ; with several 
new and curious Particulars : intended as a complete 
Guide to Foreigners, and all others who come to view 
this City, or travel for Pleasure to any of its circumja- 
cent Parts. 

London: Printed for C. Corbett, in Fleet Street, mdcclv. 
Duodecimo, [b-y 5] 405 pages. 

XXX. 

A New History of London, from its Foundation to 

the present Year. 
Containing, among many other interesting Particulars, 
L A curious Account of the Foundation, Name, and Ex- 
tent of London and Westminster. 
H. History of London Bridge. — IH. An ample Account of 
the Tower of London and its Curiosities, together 
with the Prices paid for seeing them. 

PART 11. 4T 



6B6 roNDOiT. 

IV. History of the Cathedral Church of S* Paul, and it« 

Curiosities. 
V. An Account of the dreadful Fire of London, and the 
Monument. 
VI. History of Westminster Abbey ; with a circumstantial 
Description of the Tombs, Monuments, and other 
Curiosities to be seen there ; with the stated Prices 
for seeing them. 
VII. An Account of the City of Westminster, and its Bridge. 
VIII. The Public Halls and Buildings of the City of West- 
minster. 
IX, The Churches of London and Westminster remarkable 

for their Architecture. 
X. The Hospitals and other public Charities. 
XL The Civil Government of London, Courts of Justice, &c. 
XII. An Account of the Palaces, remarkable Houses, Prisons, 
Societies, Companies, &c. 

Being a useful Companion for Strangers and Fo- 
reigners desirous of being acquainted with the Curio- 
sities of this great Metropolis. By the Rev. George 
Reeves, M.A. Embellished with Eight elegant 
Copper-plates. 

London ; Printed for G. Kearsley, W. Griffin, J. Payne, W. Ni- 
coll, and J.Johnson, 1764. Duodecimo. 

Title-page as above. 
Introduction and Errata, 2 pages. 
Table of the Contents, 4 pages. 

The History of London, by Question and Answer, [b-k 8] 208 
pages. 

PLATES, 
i. The Tower, p. 8. 

ii. S* Paul's Church. J. Hulett sc. p. 1 7. 
iii. The Monument, p. 21. 
iv. The Abbey Church of S* Peter's, Westminster. J. Hulett 

sc. p. 24. 
Y. King Henry the Seventh's Chapel. J. Hulett sc. p. 62. 
vi. Westminster Hall. J. Hulett sc. p. ?!• 
vii. Bethlem Hospital. J, Hulett ec. p. 87» 
viii. Guild Hall. p. 193. 



LONDON. 687 

XXXI. 

A Short Account of the several Wards, Pre- 
cincts, Parishes, &c. in London. Dedicated to 
the Deputies and Common Council-men of the se- 
veral Wards in the City of London, by John 
Smart; and is dated from Guildhall, Feb. 27, 
1741. Octavo, 63 p-dges. 

XXXIL 
Some Account of the several Wards, Precincts, 
and Parishes in the City of London. To which 
is added Lists of the Lord Mayors, Sheriffs, and 
other Officers, from the Year 1660 to the present 
Time : of the Court of Aldermen at the Tims of the 
Revolution in 1638 ; and of the Aldermen and Mem- 
bers of Parliament since that Period. (By Wil- 
liam Chancellor.) 
Printed in the year mdcclxxii. Octodecimo, 131 pages. 

XXXIIL 

Le Guide de Londres : dedi^ aux Voyageurs Stran- 
gers : il apprend tout ce qu'il y a de plus curieux, no- 
table, et utile dans la Ville, les Fauxbourgs, et aux 
Environs : il marque combien de Tems et d'Ar- 
gent il faut pour les voir, il rapporte plusieurs Inscrip- 
tions, les Jours des Rejouissances, Ceremonies, et 
Fetes solemnelles, les Jours des Postes et Auctions 
des Livres. Troisieme Edition. Par F. Colsoni. 

A Londres : Imprime pour le German Bookseller-shop near 
Somerset House, in the Strand. 1710. Duodecimo. — [First 
edit. 1693.] 

XXXIV. 

Historical Account of the Curiosities of Lon- 
don and Westminster, in Three Parts. 
Part I. Containing a full Description of the Tower of 
London, and every Thing curious in and belonging to it, 
7 1 pages. 



688 LONDON. 

Part II. Contains the History of Westminster Abbey from 
its Foundation to the present Time ; with its Antiquities, 
Tombs, and Inscriptions, 1 90 pages. 
Part III. Treats of the Old Catiiedral of St. Paul's, and 
the New ; together with a full Account of the Monu- 
ment, London Stone, the City Wall, Gates, and other 
antique Remains, 60 pages. 
London : Printed for Newbery and Carnan, at No. 60, the 
North Side of St. Paul's Church-yard, mdcclxix. — The 
Dates of the Title-pages to each Part are I771, 1767, and 
1770. Duodecimo. 

XXXV. 

London: being a Complete Guide to the British Ca- 
pital : containing a full and accurate Account of its 
Buildings, Commerce, Curiosities, Exhibitions, Amuse- 
ments, Religious and Charitable Foundations, Lite- 
rary Establishments, Learned and Scientific Listitu- 
tions : includini;: a Sketch of the surroundino- Coun- 
try, with full Directions to Strangers on their first 
Arrival. By John Wallis. Fourth Edition. 

London : Printed for Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, Paternoster 
Row; C. Chappell, Pall Mall; J. Asperne, J. M. Richard- 
son, and E. Wilson, Cornhill. 1814. Small octavo, 560 
pages. 

With a folded Map of London, Westminster, and Southwark ; 
also a View of London from the Strand Bridge. 

XXXVL 

The Picture "of London for 1816; being a correct 
Guide to all the Curiosities, Amusements, Exhibi- 
tions, public Establishments, and remarkable Objects 
in and near London ; with a Collection of appro- 
priate Tables, Two large JVfaps, and various other 
Engravings. The Seventeenth Edition. 

London : Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and 
Brown, Paternoster Row ; and sold by all Booksellers. Duo- 
decimo, 339 pages. 

With Eight Maps and Plates, including an Elevation of the 
New Building for the London Institution in Moorfields. 



LONDON. 689 

XXXVII. 

Topography of London : givini: a concise local De- 
scription of, and accurate Direction to, every Square, 
Street, Lane, Court, Dock, Wharf, Inn, Public Of- 
fice, &c. in tiie IMetropolis and its Environs, including 
the N^ew Buildings to the present Time, upon a Plan 
never hitherto attempted: the whole alphabetically 
arranged, and comprising the Description of more 
than Three Thousand Places, the Names of which 
are not to be found upon any of the Maps of the 
present Year. Taken from actual Survey by JoHN 
LoCKlE, Inspector of Buildings to the Phoenix Fire 
Office. Second Edition, corrected and revised by 
the Author; Mith up\\ards of Sixteen Hundred Places 
added thereto, accompanied by a New ]\Iap of Lon- 
don. 

London : Printed for Shcr\voocl, Neely, and Jones, 20, Pater- 
noster Row, and, J. jNI. Richardson, Cornhill, 1813. Duo- 
decimo, (first printed in octavo in 1810,) [A-Dd6] not paged. 

With a folded Map of London and its Environs, 1 8 1 3, engraved 
by H. Cooper. 

XXXVIII. 

London and ^Middlesex Illustrated : by a true and 
explicit Account of the Names, Residence, Gene- 
alogy, and Coat Armour of the Nobility, principal 
Merchants, and other eminent Families trading within 
the Precincts of this most opulent City and County, 
(The Eye of the Universe;; all blazon'd in their 
proper Colours, with References thereunto : shewing 
in what Manuscript Books, or other original Records 
of the Heralds Office, the Rijzht of each Person re- 
spectively may be found. Now first published. In 
justification of the Subscribers and others who have 
been Encouragers of the New Map of London and 



690 LONDON (Ecclesiastical History). 

Middlesex, whose Arms are engraven therein ; and at 
the same time to obviate that symboHcal or heral- 
drical Mystery (so industriously inculcated by some 
Heralds), that Trade and Gentility are incompatible 
until rectified in Blood by the Sovereign Touch of 
Garter King of Arms's Scepter. By JoiiN War- 
BURTON, Esq. Somerset Herald, F.R.S. 

'^ Spe labor levisJ" 

London : Printed by C. and J. Ackers, in S* John's Street, for 
the Author : and sold by R. Baldwin, jun. at the Rose, in 
Paternoster Row. 1749. Octavo. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the Most Noble and Puissant Lord, Thomas 
Howard Earl of Effingham, 2 pages. 

The Preface and Errata, p. i-viii. 

London and Middlesex Illustrated, commencing with the Name 
oi^'Annesley,'' and ending with ^^ Hynd" containing a De- 
scription of the Armorial Bearings of 234 Families, [b-l 2] 
76 pag6s. 

N. B. In the same year the Author of this Tract published a 
Map of Middlesex on Two Sheets of Imperial Atlas paper, sur- 
rounded with the Arms of 500 of the Nobility and Gentry of 
London, and the County of Middlesex. It appears in the Pre- 
face, that some objections to the authenticity of these Arms 
being raised by Mr. Anstis, then Garter King at Arms, who had 
represented to the Earl Marshal that the greatest part of them 
were either fictitious, or without owners, or otherwise not the 
right of the person to whom they are ascribed : — the Author, by 
order of the Earl Marshal, drew up the above pamphlet to jus- 
tify himself, at the same time citing the authorities from whence 
they were extracted- 

XXXIX. 

REPERTORIUM ECCLESIASTICUM PA- 
ROCHIALE LONDINENSE: An Ecclesiasti- 
cal Pai ochial History of the Diocese of London : 
Containing an Account of the Bishops of that Sea 
(See), from the first Foundation thereof; also of the 
Deans, Archdeacons, Dignitaries, and Prebendaries 



LONDON {Ecclesiastical History). 691 

from the Conquest ; and lastly, of the several Parish 
Churches, as well exempt as not exempt, \\ithin the 
Limits of that Diocese, and of their Patrons and In- 
cumbents : and also the Endowments of several Vi- 
carages : and likewise of the several Religious Houses 
that were within the same ; continued to the Year of 
our Lord mdcc. in an alphabetical order. By Ric. 
Newcourt, Notary Publick ; one of the Procura- 
tors-General of the Arches-Court of Canterbury, who 
lately executed the Office of Principal Registrary of 
the said Diocese for near Twenty-seven Years. (In 
Two Volumes.)— The First Volume comi)rising all 
London and Middlesex, with the Parts of Hert- 
fordshire and Buckinghamshire to the said 
Diocese belondns. 

London : Printed by Benj. Motte ; and are to be sold by Chr. 
Bateman, Benj. Tooke, Ric. Parker^ Jon. Bowyer, and Hen. 
Clements, mdccviii. Folio. 

VOL. I. 

Half Title. Title-page as above. 

Latin Dedication to the Rt. Rev. Henry (Compton), Lord Bi- 
shop of London. 

Preface, 7 pages. 

The Ecclesiastical Parochial History, beginning with the Cathe- 
dral Church of S' Paul, [B-Yyyyy4] 914 pages. 

Addenda, [zzzzz-AaaaaaS] p. 915-928. 

Errata, in Four Columns, 1 page. 

Errors of paging :-— pages 67, 68 are omitted ; p. G6, end- 
ing with the catchword " Dengy," but the signature (k) corre- 
sponds ;~pp. 7 1, 72 are repeated ;— pp. 237, 238 for 239, 240; 
—p. 203 for 302 ;— pp. 206, 207 for 306, 307 J— pp. 210, 211 
for 310, 311 J— p. 300 for 400 ;—pp. 4 14, 4 II for 420, 421 ;— 
p. 434 for 442;— p. 439 for 447 ;--p. 454 for 451 ;— p. 451 for 
454;— p. 572 for 592 ;— pp. 764, 765, 768, 769, 772, 773 fol- 
low page 761 ;— and after p. 773 are pages 776, &;c. ;— p. 783 
is misprinted 773 ;— pp. 867, 868 for 857, 858 :— pp. 873-876 
for 863-866 ;— pages 871-880 are omitted; — p. 96O for 906. 

PLATES. 
I. Portrait of the Author. J. Sturt so. To front the Title. 



692, LONDON (Ecclesiastical History). 

2. View of Old S' Paul's Cathedral, with its Spire. Inscribed 

to the Rev'' Charles Alston. Folded. J. Sturtsc. p. 1. 

3. The West end of Old S' Paul's Cathedral. Inscribed to the 

Rev'' Henry Godolphin. p. 2. 

4. South View of the present Cathedral. Inscribed to the Rt. 

Rev. Henry (Compton)^ Lord Bishop of London. Folded, 
p. 4. 

5. Views of S' Peter's Church, Westminster. Inscribed to the 

Rt. Rev. Thomas (Sprat), Bishop of Rochester; also 
the North Prospect of the Abbey Church of S' Alban. 
Inscribed to John Gape, Esq. Folded, p. 709. 

VOL. II. dated mdccx. 

Comprising all the County of Essex. 

Half Title. Title-page as in Volume I. 

List of Subscribers, 4 pages. 

The Ecclesiastical Parochial History of Essex, and Errata, 

[B-Tttt] 6gO pages. 
Index of Persons and Places, [a-N 2] 51 pages. 
Appendix, [Tttt2] p. 69I, 692. 

Errors of paging : — p. 74 for 84 ; — p. 205 for 305 ; — ^p. 376 
for 374. 

With a Map of the Diocese of London. Inscribed to Henry 
Newton, LL.D. Chancellor of the Diocese. Folded. 

N. B. There are copies of this work on Large Paper. 

XL. 

PIETAS LONDINENSIS: or The present Eccle- 
siastical State of London : containing an Account 
of all the Churches and Chapels of Ease in and about 
the Cities of London and Westminster : of the set 
Times of their publick Prayers, Sacraments, arid Ser- 
mons, both ordinary and extraordinary ; with the 
Names of the present Dignitaries, Ministers, and 
Lecturers thereunto belonging. Together with histo- 
rical Observations of their Foundation, Situation, an- 
cient and present Structure, Dedication, and several 
other Things worthy of remark. To which is added 



LONDON (St. PaiiVs). 693 

a Postscript, recommending the Duty of publick 

Prayer. By James Paterson, A.M. 
London : Printed by Joseph Downing-, in Bartholomew Close, 

for William Taylor, at the Ship, in Pater-noster Row. 1714. 

Duodecimo. 
Title-page as above. 
Dedication to the Right Rev. John (Robinson), Lord Bishop of 

London. 
The Introduction, 8 pages. 
The Ecclesiastical State of London, and Postscript, [b-o lO] 

308 pages. 

XLI. 

An alphabetical List of all the Parochial Churches 
and Chapels within the Cities of London and 
Westminster ; with their respective Liberties, Mi- 
nisters Names, Living /je;- Annum, King's Rate, Pa- 
trons Names; with the Number of Bells, Organs; 
Length, Breadth, and Height of the Church, with the 
Height of the Steeple, Tower, or Spire; Prayers daily 
or weekly ; and the Number of Houses in each Pa- 
rish. Compiled by LoFTis Lawlar. — (Gough.) 

XLIL 

MONUMENTA SEPULCHRARIA SANCTI 
FAULT. The Monuments, Inscriptions, and 
Epitaphs, of Kings, Nobles, Bishops, and others, 
buried in the Cathedrall Church of St. Pavl, 
London, untill this present Yeere of Grace 1614. 
Together with the Foundation of the Church, and a 
Catalogue of all the Bishops of London, from the 
beginning vntill this present. Neuer before, now with 
Anthoritie, published. By H. H. (Hugh Holland, the 
eldest Son of Philemon Holland.) 

London: Printed for Matthew Law and H. Holland. (1614.) 

Quarto. 

The Inscriptions from the Monuments, [a3-f3] 42 pages. 

Errata, 1 leaf. 

(The paging is not continued after p. 7-] 

PART II. 4 U 



6.94 LONDON {SL Paul's). 

XLIII. 

ECCLESIA SANCTI PAVZI ILLVSTRATA. 
The MoNVMENTS, Inscriptions, and Epitaphs 

of Kings, Nobles, Bishops, and others, buried in the 
Catiiedkall Chuuch of St. Pavl, London. 
Together with the Foundation of the said Church. 
A Catalogue of all the Arch-bishops and Bishops of 
London from the beginning. A Catalogue also of all 
the Deanes of the same Church ; and the Monuments 
continued untill this present Yeere of Grace 16'33. 
A Copy of the Pope's Pardon buried with S"" Gerard 
Braybroke, 1390. Together with a Preface touching 
the Decayes, and for the repayring of this famous 
Church. By H (ugh) H (olland). (The Second 
Edition of the preceding Article. 

London : Printed by lohn Norton ; and are to be sold by Henry 
Seyle, at the Tigar's-head in S^ Paul's Church-yard. 1633. 
Quarto. 

Title-page as above. 

Latin Dedication to Arch -Bishop Laud. 

To the Reader, signed H. H. 2 pages. 

Ecclesice Sancti Pavli Fiinduiio, in Latin and English^ [a] 
6 pages. 

The Epitaphs (not paged), [b-i] 58 pages. 

The Pope's Pardon^ in Latin and English, 5 pages. 

XLIV. 

The History of St. Paul's Cathedral in Lon- 
don, from its Foundation untill these Times : ex- 
tracted out of originall Charters, Records, Leiger 
Books, and other Manuscripts. Beautitied with sun- 
dry Prospects of the Church, Figures of Tonibes and 
Monuments. By William Dugdale. 

" Waller about Sion, and go round about her ; tell the Towers thereof. MarJce 
yc well her Bulwarks, consider her Falaccs, that ye may tell it to the 
Generations following." — Psalm xlviii. 11, IS. 

" Non ci^o, si mcrui, didntcm piocuwicre Tcmplis, 

lit dare sacratis oscula liminibus." TlBULLL'S. 



London (St. PauVs). 695 

London : Printed by The. Warren, in the Year of our Lord God 
MDCLViii. Folio. 

Title-page as before, printed with black and red ink. 
Dedication to the Right Honourable Christopher Lord Hatton. 
Dated from Blith Hall in Warwick-shire, 7 Julii 1637, 3 
pages. 
The History of Saint Paul's Cathedrall, [b-oo2] 174 pages, 
(misprinted 192.) 

N. B. Page 59 consists of the following Title : " A View of 
the Monuments situate in and about the Quire, Side-iles, 
and Chapels adjacent, as they stood in September, Anno 
Dom. MDCXLi. with their Epitaphs exactly imitated ; of 
which, in regard that to every Eye the Character is not 
so legible, I have added the Copies; with such other mo- 
numentall Inscriptions made upon Tablets of Marble or 
otherwise, as were then extant there. London : Printed 
in the Year 1058," 
Title-page: "Appendix in Historian! Ecclesiae Cathedralis S. 
Pauli, diversa ad majorem istius operis illustrationem conti- 
nens. Londini, impressum Anno Domini mdclviii.''' 
The Appendix, [pp 2-Ttt2] p. 177-288. 

The Daunce of Machabree, or Dance of Death ; made by Dan. 
John Lydgate, Monke of S. Edmunds Bury. Printed in black 
letter in double columns, [vuu-xxx2] p. 289-296 (mis- 
printed 266). 
The King's Majesties Proceeding to Paul's Church, 26 Martii, 

1620, p. 297-29S, 
Catalogus personarum natalibus et virtute propria illustrium quae 
pro sua in eedes Paulinas . . . benevolentia, ad editionem hanq 
promovendam, &c. sumptus ultro erogarunt, &c. p. 299. 
The Index and Errata, 5 pages. 

Errors of paging: — p. 126 for 129; — pages 137-156 are 
omitted, but the signatures and catchwords correspond; — p. 192 
for 174;— pages 179, 180 are omitted; — pages 293-297 are 
misprinted 263-267. 

PLATES. 

1 . Portrait of the Author, aetatis 50, A° mdclvi. inscribed with 

two lines from Ovid. Wenceslaus Hollar delin. & sculpsit. 
To front the Title. 

2. Capella Thomae Kempe, Lond. Ep. in qua tumulus suus 

quondam exstitit. Folded, p. 40, which is blank, [p. 42, 
second edit.] 



696 LONDON (6V. PauVs). 

3. Ecclesiae Parochialis S. Fidis Prospectus interior. W. Hol- 

lar del. & sc. forming p. 115. [pp. 1 1 7, second edit,] 

4. Domus Capitularis S'' Pauli a Meridie Prospectus. Folded. 

W. Hollar del. & sc. p. 127. [p. 129, second edit.] 

5. Ecclesiifi Paulinae Prospectus quails olim erat prlusquam 

ejus Pyramis e Coelo tacta conflagraverat. Folded. De- 
dicated to Thomas Barlow, Fellow of Queen's College, 
Oxford. W. Hollar sc. 1637- p. 133. — The plate in the 
second edition is dedicated to the Rt. Rev. John (Ro- 
binson), Lord Bishop of London, is engraved by John 
Harris, and fronts p. 135. 

6. Areae Ecclesiae Cathedralis S^' Pauli Ichnographia. Inscribed 

to Edward Bysshe, Esq. Folded. W. Hollar del. & sc. 
forming p. 161. — The same plan, p. 135 of the second 
edition, is engraved by John Harris, and is inscribed to 
the Rev'^ Henry Godolphin, D.D. Dean of S^ Paul's, 
and Provost of Eton College. 

7. Ecclesiae Cathedralis S. Pauli a Meridie Prospectus. Fold- 

ed. W. Hollar del. & sc. forming p. 162. [Not in the 
second edition.] 

8. Ecclesias Cathedralis S. Pauli a Septentrione Prospectus, 

VV. Hollar del. &; fee. 1656. Forming p. 163. [p. 135, 
second edit.] 
Q, Ecclesiae Cathedralis S. Pauli ab Occidente Prospectus. 
Folded. W. Hollar del. & sc. Dedicated to John Ro- 
binson. Forming p. 164, and fronts p. 133 of the se- 
cond edition; which plate is engraved by John Harris, 
and is dedicated to the Rt. Rev. William Nicholson, Bi- 
shop of Carlisle. 

10. Ecclesiae Cathedralis S. Pauli Orientalis Facies. W. Hol- 

lar del. & sc. 1656. Forming p. l65. \_Not in the se- 
cond edition.] 

11. Ecclesiae Cathedralis S^' Pauli Lond. ab Oriente Prospectus. 

Folded. W. Hollar del. & sc. Forming p. 166, and 
fronts p. 135 of the second edition; which plate is en- 
graved by John Harris. 

12. Navis Ecclesiae Cathedralis S. Pauli Prospectus interior. 

Folded. Wenceslaus Hollar, Bohcmus, del. & sc. 1658. 
Forming p. 167, and fronts p. 135, second edit. 

13. Partis exterioris Chori ab Occidente Prospectus. Folded. 

W. Hollar del. & sc. Forming p. 168. [p. \3by second 
edit.] 

14. Chori Ecclesiae Cathedralis S. Pauli Prospectus interior. 



LONDON (^S*^. PauVs). 697 

Folded. W. Hollar del. & sc. Forming p. I69. [p. 135, 

second edit.] 
15. Orientalis partis Eccl. Cfith. S. Pauli Prospectus interior. 
W. Hollar del. 8c sc. Forming p. 1 70. [p. 135, second 
edit.] 

PLATES ON THE LETTER- PR ESS, 

(Printed on the same pages in both editions, except otherwise 

expressed.) 

1. Tumulus Johannis de Bellocampo, Militis Ordinis Garterii 

praenobilis unius fundatorum. W. Hollar fee. Forminir 
p. 52. 

2. Brasses of Robert Fitz-hugh, Bishop of London 5 William 

Grene and Thomas dc Evre. p. 60. 

3. Effigies of Dr. John Donne in his Shroud. [). 62. 

4. Monument of Dean r.)]et, with his Bust. p. 64. 

5. Monument of Sir William Cockayne, Kn^- Ou p. 68, but 

is erroneously printed on page OG : corrected in the se-r 
cond edition. 

6. Monument of William Hewit, Esq. On p. 68, but should 

face p. 67 : — the error is corrected in the second edition, 

7. Monument of Sir Nicholas Bacon, Kn'- p. 70. 

8. Brass of Richard King, and Flat Stones in Memory of John 

Acton, Esq. and Simon Edolph, of the Radvgunde, in 
the County of Kent, Esq. W. Hollar fee. p, 72. 

9. Brasses of Thomas Okeford, Vicar ; Wilham Rythyn, Rec- 

tor of S^ Faith's ; and Richard Lichfeld, Canon : also a 
Flat Stone with a Cross Fleury. W. Hollar fee. p. 74. 

10, Brasses of William Worsley, Dean of S* Paul's; Roger 
Brabazon of Odeby, Canon ; and Flat Stone in Memory 
of Valentine Carey, Bishop of Exeter, I626. p. 76. 

\\. Brass of John Newcourt, Dean of the Collegiate Church of 
Aukeland, and Canon of S' Paul's ; also another with- 
out an Inscription. W. Hollar fee. p. 78. 

12. Tombs of Henry de Wengham, Bishop of London, 1262, 

and of Eustachius de Fauconbrigge, Archbishop of Can- 
terbury, 1228. W. Hollar del. &sc. p. 80. 

13. Tomb of Sir Christopher Hatton, Kn^- p. 82. 

14. Tomb of Henry de Lacy, Earl of Lincoln; and Brass of 

Robert de Bray broke. Bishop of London. W. Hollar 
del. & sc. p. 84. 

15. Tomb of Roger Niger, Bishop of London, 1228. W. Hol- 

lar fee. p. 86. 



698 LONDON (Sl Paul's). 

N. B. The Shield, containing Six Quartcrings, and Inscrip- 
tion to Edward Waterhous, Esq. are omitted in the plate 
of the second edition. 

16. Monument of WilHam Herbert, Earl of Pembroke, p. 88. 

17. Tomb of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, and Con- 

stance his second Wife. p. 90. 

18. Tombs of Sebba, King of the East Saxons, and of King 

Ethelred. W. Hollar del. & sc. p. 92. [On p. 94, 
second edit.'] 

19. Monument in Memory of Sir John Mason, Ku*' p. 94. 

I On p. 96, second edit.'] 

20. Monument, with his Bust, of William Aubrey, LL.D. 1395. 

W. Hollar del. & fee. p. 96. [On p. 98, second edit.] 

21. Tomb of John de Chishull, Bishop of London, 1274. 

W. Hollar del. & fee. p. 98. [On p. 100, second edit.] 

22. Tomb and Effigy of Ralph de Hengham. W. Hollar del. & 

sc. p. 100. [On p. M)'-!, second edit.] 

23. Tomb of Sir Simon Burley, Kn'- 1388. W. Hollar del. & 

fee. p. 102. [On p. 104, second edit.] 

24. Monumental Figure of John Mullins, Archdeacon; and a 

mural Monument in Memory of S"" Simon Baskervile, 
Knt and D"^ in Phisick. 1(J41. p. 104. [On p. 106, 
second edit.] 

25. Monument of Sir John Wolly, Kn*. 1595. p. IO6. [On 

p. 108, second edit.] 

26. Monument of Sir Thomas Heneage, Kn'- 1594. p. lOS. 

[On p. 110, second edit.] 
27 • Monument in Memory of Alexander Novvell, Dean of S' 
Paul's, with his Bust. p. 110. [On p. 112, second 
edit.] 

28. Tomb of S. Erkemvald, Bishop of London, A,D. Q'tb. 

W. Hollar fee. 1637, p. 1 12, [On p. 114, second edit.] 

29. Ichnogr^phy of S' Ffiith's Church. W. Hollar del. & sc. 

1657. p. 1 14. (On p. 1 16, second edit.] 

30. The Dance of Death, p. 290. 

N. B. There are copies on Large Paper of this First Edi-. 

tlon. 

XLV. 

The History of St. Pauls Cathedral in Lon- 
don, from its Foundation. Extracted out of original 
Charters, Records, Leigcr-Books, and other Manu- 
ijcripts. Bcautilied with sundry Prospects of the old 



LONDON (St. PaiiVii). G^g 

X'abrick, which was destroyed by the Fire of that 
City, \666. As also with the Figures of the Toinbs 
and Monuments therein, ^\ iiich were all defac'd in the 
late Rebellion. Whereunto is added, a Continuation 
thereof, setting forth what was done in the Structure 
of the New Church, to the Year 16S5. Likewise an 
historical Account of the Northern Cathedi'als, and 
Chief Collegiate Churches in the Province of York. 
By Sir William Dugdale, Kn'- Garter Principal 
King at Arms. The Second Edition, corrected 
and enlarged by the Author's own Hand. To Miiicli 
is prefixecl his Life, written by himself. Published 
by Ed\vaiid Maynard, D.D. Rector of Rodding- 
ton, in Northampton-shire. 

London : Printed by George James, for Jouali Bowyer, at the 
Rose in Ludgate-street. mdccxvi. Fulio. 

Title-page as above, printed with black hik. 

A List of the Subscribers, 2 pages. 

Errata, as collected by the Reverend Mr. Elstop, and Directions 
to the Binder for placing the single plates, 2 pages. 

To the Reader, signed Edward Maynard, 3 pages. 

Life of Sir William Dugdale, the reverse of a 2-g, p. iv-xxv. 

The Introduction, p. xxvi-xxviii. 

The History of Saint Paul's Cathedral, [B-Ggg2] 210 pages. 
N. B. Page 59 consists of the same Title-page as is mentioned 
in the First Edition, dated mdccxiv. 

Title-page: "Appendix in Historiam Ecclesiee Cathedialis S. 
Pauli : diversa ad majorem istius operis illustrationem conti- 
nens. Londini : Typis Geo. .Tames ; impensis Jonae Bovvyer, 
ad insigne Rosae, platea Ludgate-Street, juxta Porticum 6c- 
cidentalem Ecclesiae D. Pauli. mdccxv." 

The Appendix, [Aaa 2-Ttt 2] p. 3-75. 

Title-page : " A Brief Historical Account of the Cathedrals of 
York, Durham, and Carlisle ; as also of the principal Colle- 
giate Churches in the Province of York. Extracted from au- 
thentick Records and other Authorities. By Sir William Dug- 
dale, Ku' Garter Principal King of Arms."' Imprint as before, 

MDCCXV. 

The History of the Cathedrals, [Aaaa-yyyy 2] p. 3-S8. 



700 LONDON (St. Paid\s). 

A General Index of the Persons, Places, and other Remarkables 
mention'd in this second Edition, [zzzz-AaaaaS] 8 pages. 

Index to the Appendix, [sbbbb] 2 pages. 

Indexes to the Historical Account of the Cathedral of York ; 
the Collegiate Church of Rippon, Suthwell, and Beverley; the 
Cathedral Church of Durham and of Carlisle ; with a List of 
Books sold by Jonah Bowyer, [Bbbbb 2-Ddddd 2] 10 pages. 

The List of Plates is given in the preceding article. 

Errors of paging : — pages 51 and 52 [o] are repeated; — 
p. 1 94 for 164 ; — p. 5 I of the Appendix for p. 15, 

N. B. There are Large Paper copies of this Second Edi- 
tion. 

*^.* A new edition of the preceding work, in folio, with Addi- 
tions and a Continuation by Mr. Henry Ellis, Keeper of the Ma- 
nuscripts in the British Museum, is in a course of publication, 
to be completed in Five Parts, containing all the Views, with 
the Monuments of old S* Paul's, as engraved by Hollar, faithfully 
copied ; together with some additional Plates, illustrative of the 
present Cathedral. It is beautifully printed in double columns, 
to correspond with the reprinted edition of the " Monaslicon 
Ans,Ucmium" and the plates, the greater portion of which are 
executed by W. Finden, are, as they profess to be, faithful co- 
pies from the originals. — A small number are taken off upon 
SuPER-ROYAF. Paper, with proof impressions of the Plates. 

XLVL 

The Tombes, Monuments, and Sepulchral Inscriptions 
lately visible in St. Paul's Cathedral and St. 
Faiths under it, completely rendred in Latin and 
En"-lish, M'ith several Historical Discourses on sundrv 
Persons intombed therein. A Work never yet per- 
formed by any Author old or new. By P. F. (Payne 
Fisher), Student in Antiquities, Batchclor of Arts, 
and heretofore one of His late Majesties Majors of 
Foot, to the late Honorable Sir Patricias Curwen co. 
Cumberland, Baronet. 

London : Printed for the Author, and properly presented to the 
kind Encouragers of so worthy a Work. Quarlo, 

Half Title. Title-page as above. 



LONDON (St. PauVs). 701 

Dedication to King Charles the Second, 2 pages. 
The Sepulchral Inscriptions, Sec. [a3-x4] p. 3-l6S. 
The Author's Animadversion to the Reader, not paged, [a] 
8 pages. 

N. B. In another edition it is said to be compiled by " Major 
P. Fisher, Student in Antiquities, Grandchild to the late Sir 
William Fisher, and that most memorable Knight Sir Thomas 
Neale, by his Wife Elizabeth, Sister to that so publick spirited 
Patriot the late Thomas Freke, &c." and is dedicated to Tho- 
mas Nevvcome, one of the Masters and Proprietors of the Royal 
Printing House. 



Relating to the Building of St. Paul's Cathedral, 

and the several Persons connected with it, there have 
been published the following Pamphlets : 

1 . Frauds and Abuses at S^ Paul's. In a Letter to a Member of 
Parliament. 

-Parcentis viribus atque • 



Mxtenuantis eas con.iulto. .: 
London : Printed in the Year 1712. Octavo, 42 pages, exclu- 
sive of the Title. 

N. B. This pamphlet was written by Dr. Hare, a Residen- 
tiary of S' Paul's, and one of a Committee appointed for super- 
intending the conducting of that Building. It is chiefly an at- 
tack on Mr. Jennings, the Master Carpenter, for charging fif- 
teen Shillings per Week for all the Carpenters employed, whereas 
he paid to many of them only 9, 1 1 , or 12 Shillings, putting the 
remainder into his own pocket. It likewise insinuates that Sir 
Christopher Wreai connived at this with some view to his own 
advantage ; and charges him, from the same motive, with cm- 
ploying Mr. Bateman as Paymaster and Receiver of the Duty 
on Coals; Langley Bradlev as Clock-maker; and Richard Phelps 
as Bell-founder, Persons altogether incompetent to the under- 
taking. 

2. An Answer to a Pamphlet, entitul'd, '• Frauds and Abuses at 
S' Paul's; with an Appendix relating to the Revenues and 
Repairs of that Cathedral. 

London: Printed for John Morphew, near Stationers Hall, 1713. 
Octavo, 95 pages, including the Title and Contents. 

3. Fact against Scandal : or, a Collection of Testimonials, Affi- 
davits, and other authentick Proofs, in Vindication of Mr. 

PART II. 4x 



I 



702 LONDON {St. PauVs). 

Richard Jennings, Carpenter; Langley Bradley, Ciock-makerj 
and Richard Phelps, Bell-founder, to be referr'd to in an An- 
swer which will speedily be publish'd to a late false and mali- 
cious Libel, entituled " Frauds and Abuses at S' Paul's." To 
which is added, an Appendix relating to Mr. Jones and Mr. 
Spencer ; and the Copy of a certain Agreement between the 
Minor Canons, &:c. of the said Cathedral. 
London: Printed for John Morphew, near Stationers Hall. 1713. 
Octavo, 79 pages, exclusive of the Title-page and Table of 
Contents. 

4. An Abstract of an Answer lately published to a Pamphlet inti- 
tled " Frauds and Abuses at S' Paul's." Loud. 1713. Octavo. 

5. A Continuation of " Frauds and Abuses at S' Paul's :" 
wherein is considered at large the Attorney -General's Report 
in relation to a Prosecution of Mr. Jennings, the Carpenter ; 
in answer to " Fact against Scandal ;" with some Remarks on 
the Second Part of the same Work, intitled " An Answer to 
Frauds, &c." in a Postscript. 

" tocitiis jxisci si posset Corvus, haberet 

Plus dupis ct j-t.ive multo minus . . . ." 
London : Printed for A. Baldwin, at the Oxford Arms in War- 
wick Lane, 1713. Octavo, 54 pages, exclusive of the Title. 

6. The Second Part of " Fact against Scandal :" in Answer to 
a Pamphlet intitled " A Continuation of Frauds and Abuses 
at S* Paul's. 

" Diriiif, JEdificat, midat Quadrata Rotundis. 
Ill fii/ris Loporos, in verbis <]U(tie Lepores." 
London : Printed for John Morphew, near Stationers Hall. 
MDcc'xm. OctnvOy 84 pages, exclusive of the Title-page and 
Table of Contents. 

7. Three Poems of S^ Paul's Cathedral ; viz. the Ruins, the Re- 
building, the Choire; by J. Wright, (Author of the History of 
Rutlandshire.) London, I697. Folio. 

8. Ecclesia Res t aura t a : a Votive Poem to the Rebuilding of 

S' Paul's Cathedral. London, 1 697. Fo/fo, 6 pages. 

9. Phoenix Paulina : a Poem on S^ Paul's Cathedral. London, 

1709. Quarto. 

1 0. The Screw-Plot Discover'd ; or S^ Paul's Preserved. 

" Kn (J HO venluxit Sto/idus Discurdin Ci'ces." 
London : Printed in the Year 17 10. Octavo, \6 pages. 

1 1 . S* Paul's Church : or The Protestant Ambulators. A Bur- 

lesque Poem. 



LONDON {St. PatiVs). 703 

"Since all Reliiiion's made a puhlick jeit, 
And he that least rci^ards her fares tl)e best; 
The Poet, sure, may venture to correct 
Those ills that prosper by our Guides' neglect." 

London: Printed for John Morphew, near Stationers Hall, 1716. 
Octavo, 32 pages. 

1 2. S* Paul's Cathedral : a Poem in Two Parts ; 1 . relating to 
the Cathedral. 2. The Prospect from the Gilded Gallery, 
London, 1 ^bQ. Quarto. 

XLVII. 

PARENTALIA: or Memoirs of the Family of the 
Wrens; viz. of Mathew (^latthew) Bishop of Ely; 
Christopher, Dean of Windsor, &c. but chiefly of SlR 
Christopher Wren, late Surveyor-General of the 
Royal Buildings, President of the Royal Society, &c. 
&c. in which is contained, besides his Works, a great 
Nunber of original Papers and Records, on Reli- 
gion, Politicks, Anatomy, IMathematicks, Architec- 
ture, Antiquities, and most branches of polite Litera- 
ture. Compiled by his Son Christopher ; now pub- 
lished by his Grandson Stephen W>tEN, Esq. with 
the Care of Joseph Ames, F.R.S. and Secretary to 
the Society of Antiquaries, London. 

London : Printed for T. Osborn, in Gray's Inn ; and R, Dodsley, 
. in Pall Mall, mdccl. Folio. 

Title-page as above, printed in red and black ink. 

An engraved Dedication to the Right Honourable Arthur Ons- 
low, Speaker of the Hon'''® House of Commons, with his 
Arms, signed Ste. Wren. E. Thorowgood sc. 

List of the Subscribers to Parentalia, 2 pages. 

The Editor's Preface, p. iii-vi. Introduction, p. vii-xii. 

The Memoirs, [B-Aaa2] 368 pages. Contents, 4 pages. 

An Alphabetical Index of Names mentioned in the Book, and 
Directions to the Bookbinder, 4 pages. 
Errors of paging: — Pages 121-124 are omitted, but the sig- 
natures and catchwords correspond. 

plates. 

1. Portrait in Mezzotinto of Christopher Wren, Esq. the Com- 
piler of Parentalia, and eldest Son of Sir Chr. Wren, Kn*- 
with hiJs Arms. J. Faber fee. 1 750. To front the Title. 



704 LONDON (St. PauVs). 

2. The engraved Dedication. 

3. Portrait of Matthew Wren, D.D. Lord Bishop of Ely, in 

an oval, with his Arms, and this Motto, " Sapiens malis 

premiySednonopprimi potest." G.VanderGuchtsc. p. l. 

The Crest of the Family of Wren. On the letter-press of 

4. Portrait of Christopher Wren, D.D. Dean of Windsor, in 

an oval, with his Arms, and the following Motto: " Vir- 
tuti Forluna Comes." G. Vander Gucht sc. p. 135. 

5. Portrait in Profile of Sir Christopher Wren, K', with his 

Arms, and this Inscription : " Niimero Pondere et Men- 
sura." Engraved from a ]>ust by S. Coignand. p. 181. 
6-7. Two Plates of Mathematical Schemes, inscribed " Flam- 
stead's Reflections on Cassini's Remarks," and " Re- 
marks of Mons'' Cassini." J. Mynde sc. p. 249. 

West View of S' Paul's Cathedral. On the letter-press of 
p. 283. 

Outline of an Arch. On the letter-press of p. 301 . 

8. The Roof of the Theatre at Oxford. Folded. H. Flitcroft 

del. G. Vander Gucht sc. p. 335. 

9. The Rafters of the Theatre at Oxford. Numbered Fig. 3, 

4, 5. H. Flitcroft del. G. Vander Gucht sc. p. 335. 

10. Eight Architectonical Figures. J. Mynde sc. p. 337- 

11. Front of the Temple of Diana at Ephesus ; the Shrine in 

the Temple, and the Ground Plan. H. Flitcroft del. 
G. Vander Gucht sc. p. 360. 

12. Plan of the Temple of Diana at Ephesus, with the Shrine. 

H. Flitcroft del. G. Vander Gucht sc. p. 360. 
A Plan of the Temple of Mars Ultor. .1. Mynde sc. On 

the letter-press of p. 364. 
Tail-piece. J. Pine sc. On the letter -press of p. 368. , 

XLVIII. 

Plans, Elevation, Section, and View of the Ca- 
thedral Church of St. Paul, London : engraved by 
J. Le Keux from Drawings by James Elmes, Archi- 
tect; with an Historical and Descriptive Account by 
Edmund Aikin, Arcliitect. 

London : Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rces, Orme, and 
Brown, Paternoster Row; J. Taylor, bQ, High Holborn ; 
J. Britton, Tavistock Place; and W. Bond, Newman Street. 
1813. Elephant quarto. 

Title-page as above. 



LONDON (St. PauVs). 705 

Preface, signed J. B. (John Britton,) 2 pages. 
An Essay towards a History and Description of S* Paul's Cathe- 
dral, by Edmund Aikin, [b-f] 1 8 pages. 

PLATKS. 
i. Plan of the Basement or Substructure, 
ii. Geometrical Elevation of the Western Front. Inscribed to 

John Soane, Esq. Architect, p. 10. 
iii. Geometrical Section of the Dome, Transepts, &c. from 
North to South. Inscribed to William Porden, Esq. 
Architect, p. 14. 
iv. Perspective Viev.- of the North and East Sides. Inscribed 

to Charles Heathcote Tatham, Esq. Architect. 
V. Ground Plan of S' Paul's Cathedral Church, from Measure- 
ments. W. B. Hue del. To front the Title. 
N. B. This publication originally appeared In the First Vo- 
lume of " The Fine Arts of the English School ;" and some co- 
pies were printed on Atlas Quarto. 

XLIX. 

A Popular Description of St. Paul s Cathedral : 
ir.cluding a brief History of the Old and New Ca- 
thedral, Explanations of the Monumental Designs, 
and other interesting Particulars. (By Maria 
Hackett.) 

London : Printed by Nichols, Son, and Bentley, Red Lion Pas- 
sage, Fleet Street : and sold by F. C. and J. Rivington, 
J. Harris, and Jarvis and Wetton, St. Paul's Church-Yard; 
and Law and Whittaker, Ave Maria Lane. 181G. Octavo. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the Dean and Chapter of S' Paul's. 

Explanation of the References in the Plate. 

The Account of S* Paul's Cathedral, [b-d] 46 pages. 

With a Plan of the Cathedral, engraved by Longmate. 
N. B. There are copies of this interesting tract on Large 

Paper. 

L. 

A Collection of Forty-nine Plates, engraved 
by Hollar, for " Dugdale's jNIonasticon," and 
"■'History of St. Paul's Cathedral." 

Republished from the original Copper-plates by Robert Wilkin- 
son, No. 58, Cornhill. 1815. Folio. 



706 LONDON (.S'^. PauVs). 

1. Portrait of Sir William Dugdale, Knight, aged 50, 1636. 

2. South Front of Old St. Paul's Cathedral, London, before 

the Spire was destroyed by Lightning. 

3. South Front of Old St. Paul's Cathedral, London, after the 

Spire had been so destroyed. 

4. Two Views, on one Plate, of Old St. Paul's Cathedral, with 

and without the Spire. 

5. East Front of St. Paul's Cathedral, after the Spire had 

been destroyed. 

6. Ichnography of the Area of Old St. Paul's Cathedral. 

7. Interior View of the East end of the Nave of Old St. Paul's 

Cathedral. 

8. Interior View of the Choir of Old St. Paul's Cathedral. 

9. Exterior View of the Entrance of the Choir of Old St. 

Paul's Cathedral. 

10. North Front of Salisbury Cathedral. 

11. South Front of Lincoln Cathedral. 

12. Interior View of the Nave of Lincoln CathedraL 

13. West Front of Lincoln Cathedral. 

14. East Front of Lincoln Cathedral. 

15. Ichnography of the Area of Lincoln CathedraL 

16. South Front of Lichfield Cathedral. 

17. West Front of Lichfield Cathedral. 

18. North Front of Chichester Cathedral. 

19. North Front of Worcester Cathedral, and Ichnography of 

the said Church. 

20. North-west View of the Collegiate Church of Southwell. 

21. North-east View of the Collegiate Church of Southwell. 

22. View of the Ruins of Oseney yVbbey, near Oxford. 

23. South Front of St. George's Chapel, Windsor 5 and Ichno- 

graphy of that Chapel. 

24. North View of Eton College. 

25. Plan of London before the Fire in I666. 

26. Three Views of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, in 

Clerkenwell: — 1. North View of the Gate. — 2. East 
View of the Chapel, and other Parts which remained 
when the Plate was engraved. — 3. North-east View of 
the whole Building, in its ancient and perfect State. 

27. Interior View of the Parish Church of St. Faith under St. 

Paul's. 

28. Ichnography of that Church. 



LONDON {St. Paurs). 707 

MONUMENTS IN OLD ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL. 

29. Chapel and Tomb of Thomas Kempe, Bishop of London, 

between the Nave and the North Aisle. 

30. Monument of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster. 

31. Monument of .John Donne, appointed Dean of St. Paul's, 

Nov. 27, 1(521 — died March 31, 1631. 

32. Monument of Alexander Novvell, D.D. Dean of St. Paul's 

— died Feb. 13, I60I. 

33. ]. Monument of Thomas Okeford, sometime Vicar of St. 

Paul's — died Aug. 14, 1508. — 2. Monument of Rythyn, 
sometime Rector of St. Faith's under St. Paul's — died 

April 19, 1400. — 3. Monument of almost 

completely effaced. — 4. Monument of Richard Lirhfeld, 
LL.D. a Canon Residentiary of St. Paul's, and Arch- 
deacon of Middlesex and Bath — died Feb. 27, 1496. 

34. 1. Monument of William Worsley, LL.D. Deaii of St. 

Paul's — died Aug. 14, 1499. — 2. Monument of Roger 
Brabazon, of Odeby, Doctor of the Canon Ldcw, and a 
Canon Residentiary of St. Paul's — died Aug. 3, 149|3. — 
3. Monument of Valentine Carey, D.D. formerly Dean 
of St. Paul's — died Bishop of Exeter in I626. 

33. 1. Monument of John Nevvcourt, Dean of the Collegiate 
Church of Auckland, and Canon of St. Paul's — died 
Sept. 23, 1483. — 2. Moiumient unknown. 

3Gi Monument of Wm. Hewyt, Esq. 2d Son, but at length 
Heir, of Robert Hewyt, of Killarmarch, in Derbyshire — 
he died June 12, 1599, aged 77. 

37. 1. Monument of Richard , Treasurer to the King 

(the rest is effaced). — 2. Monument of John Acton, 
Goldsmith — died Aug. 30, 1638. — 3. Monument of Si- 
mon Edolph, of St. Radegonde, in Kent, Esq. — died 
Oct. 29, 1597. 

38. 1. Monument of Robert Fitzhugh, Bishop of London, who 

died on the Feast of St. Maur, in the Year 1435. — 2. Mo- 
nument of Wm. Grene, D.D. (Date of Death, &c. ef- 
faced.) — 3. Monument of Thomas de Evre, LL.D. Dean 
of St. Paul's— died Oct. 9, 1400, having held the Dean- 
ery for twelve Years. 

39. 1 . Monument of John MuUins, Archdeacon of London — he 

died May 22, 1591. — 2. Monument of Sir Simon Bas- 
kerville, Knt. and Doctor in Physic — died July 3, 1641, 
aged 68. 



708 LONDON {Churches). 

40. Monument of Sir John Wolley, Knt. a Privy Counsellor to 

Queen Elizabeth, and her Secretary for the Latin Tongue, 
and Chancellor of the Order of the Garter — died 1595. 

41. Monument of Sir Thomas Heneage, Knt. a Privv Counsel- 

lor, Treasurer of the Household, and Chancellor of the 
Dutchy of Lancaster, to Queen Elizabeth ; and of his 
Wife Ann, Daughter of Sir Nicholas Poyntz, Knt. 

42. Monument of Sir John Bellocampo (or Beauchamp) , Knight 

of the Garter, and one of the Founders of that Order. 

43. Monument of Sir Simon Burley^ K.G. and Knight Banne- 

ret ; of the Privy Council, and Warden of the Cinque 
Ports, under Richard the Second — beheaded 1388. 

44. 1. Monument of Henry Lacy, Earl of Lincoln — died 1310. 

— 2. Monument of Robert de Bravbroke, Bishop of 
London — died Aug. 27, 1404. 

45. Monument of William Herbert, Earl of Pembroke, K.G. — 

died 1569, aged 63. 

46. Monument of Sir William Cockaine, Knt. Lord Mayor in 

1620— died Oct. 20, 1626, aged 66. 

47. Monument of Sir Christopher Hatton, Knight of the Gar- 

ter, and Lord Chancellor — died Nov. 20, 1591, at his 

House in Holborn, aged 51. 
46. Monument of Sir Nicholas Bacon, Keeper of the Great Seal 

to Queen Elizabeth. 
49. Monument of Sir John Mason, Knt. — died 1566. 

LI. 

Antique Remains from the Parish Church of St. 
Martin Outwich, London. Humbly dedicated 
(by Permission) to Jonathan Eade, Esq. Master ; 
Mr. Tho. Bell, Mr. Wm. Cooper, I\Ir. Stephen Jar- 
vis, Mr. Francis Nalder, Wardens ; and Court of 
Assistants to the Worshipful Company of Merchant 
Taylors, Patrons of the saitl Church, by Robert 
Wilkinson. 

London: Published 7th January 1797, by Rob. Wilkinson, 

No. 58, Cornhill. Large qziarto. 

Engraved Title-page as above, with Arms on each side of the 

Title. 
Particulars of the Church of S' Martin Outwich, in London, and 

Index, 8 pages. 



LONDON {Churches). 709 

PLATES. 

i. Typns ParochicB Divi Martini inilgo S* Martin's Outwich: 
una cum parte Parochice Divi Pslri in Cornehill, in Ci- 
vitate Londini : inventus et Saelus per Gulielmum 
Goodman, l""* Januarii, J.D. 1399. Folded. 

ii. Plan of S' Martin Outwich. 

iii. Inside of S^ Martin Outwich. C. R. Ryley del. Barrett sc. 

1796. 
\y. Inscription on the Grave Stone of George Sotherton, and 

Two Monumental Figures. C. R. Ryley del. 
V. Font, Inscriptions, &;c. C.,R. Ryley del. J. Baker sc. 
vi. Monument of Hugh Pemberton and Katherine his Wife, 
1500, with their Arms and Inscription. C. R. Ryley del. 
J. Baker sc. 
vii. Mural Monuments of the Wives of Charles Goodman, 
Gent, and of Thomas Clutterhuck ; also Brasses of John 
Breux, Rector, 1439, and Nicholas Wotton, Rector, 
1482. C.R. Ryley del. 
viii. Monument of Richard Staper, Alderman. 160S. C. R. 
Ryley del. 
ix. Stones to the Memories of Thomas Wight and John Tuff- 

nell. C.R. Ryley del. 
X. Stones to the Memories of Captain Lewis Roberts and 

Mrs. Delicia Iremonger. 
xi. Stones to the Memories of the Family of Vincent, and of 

Robert Pinchin. 
xii. Stones to the Memories of Thomas Langham; of John, 

the Son of John Tuffnell. C. R. Ryley del. 
xiii. Eleven Shields of Arms from the painted Windows. C. R. 
Ryley del. Barrett sc. 
N. B. Tliis Church was pulled down in the year 1796. 

LII. 
The History of the Church of St. Peter upon 
CoRNHiLL, wilh Views Exterior, Interior, and Mo- 
numents, &c. 

Quarto, not published. 

PLATES. 
1. A Plan of all the Houses destroyed and damaged by the 
great Fire which began in Bishopsgate Street on Thurs- 
day, Nov^ 7, 1763. 

PART II. 4 Y 



710 LONDON {Churches). 

2. Plan of the Church of S» Peter's, Cornhill. 

3. Inscription relating to the Foundation of S' Peter's Church, 

in the Year 179, by Lucius, the first Christian King of 
Britaine. 

4. Monumental Inscriptions: — on the Children of Robert and 

Eliz'^ Rouland, 16S-2; Matthew Beck, 1720; R Fow- 
ler, IG9I; John, Bishop of Carlisle, 1734, &c. 

5. Monuments of Eliz. Angell, &c. 1769; Walter Tredway, 

1 7 10; John Christian Hoflmann, 1792; Mary Ingle, 
1684; Richard Beck, 1714. 

6. Mural Monument of James Bucks, l6S5 ; of Charles 

Chauncy, I 7^2. — The Arms of Bishops Beveridge and 
Waugh, with the Autograph of the latter. 

7. Monumental Inscriptions of the Family of Smith, 172-|-; of 

William and Elizabeth Hinton, 1672-92; and of Co- 
linge Bendy, 1667- 

8. Monument of Emma Sanderson, 1 705 ; Catherine Serle, 

176O; and of Martha, Daughter of Francis Brerewood, 
Esq. Sec. T. Trotter sc. 

9. Mural Monuments of Lewis Grenewell, 1722, and of Jona- 

than Gale, 1739. 

10. Tomb of Mrs. Mary Jones, 1738, and Inscription. T. Trot- 

ter del. & sc. 

11. Inscriptions on WilHam Avery, 1772; Kenry Tho. Avery, 

1797 ; John Butler, 1 768 ;' Robert Rowland, I69O. 

12. Monument in Memory of Seven Children, the whole Off- 

spring of James and Mary Woodmason, who were burnt 
with the Dwelling House, 18th Jan. 1782. C. R. Ry- 
ley del. F. Bartolozzi, R.A. sc. 1798. 

13. Inscription in Memory of Thomas Day, 1805. 

14. Inscriptions in Memory of John Baptist Angell and Family, 

1782-1815. 

15. Inscriptions in Memory of Ellen Vardon, fijc. 1804, and 

of Henry Callcnder, Esq. 1807. 

16. Inscriptions in Memory of Mrs. Bridgett Searle ; Martha 

Drafgall, 1738; John Jones, 1772; and Mary Jones, 
1769. 

17. Copy of a Plan of the Church of S' Peter upon Cornhill, 

London, made on the occasion of an Allotment of Pews 
in the Church and Chancel. 1814. Folded sheet. 

18. A Sheet Plan of the Church of S' Peter upon Cornhill, its 

Cemetery, &:c. ; with the Seating of the Inhabitants in 
the said Church. Copied from a Plan, given in the 



LONDON" (Churches). 71 1 

Year 1782, by iMr. Thomas Hardy, the then Upper 
Churchwarden, to Mary Stephens and Ann Maber, the 
senior and under Sextonesses, for their Direction. J. & 
S. Archer sc. 1815. Folded. 

LIII. 
A Letter to an Inhabitant of the Parish of St. 
Andrew's, Holbourn, about New Ceremonies in 
the Church. 

London: Printed for James Knapton, at the Crown in S* Paul's 
Church-yard, 1717. Octavo, 31 pages, including the Title. 

LIV. 

Mr. Whiston's Account of Dr. Sacheverell's Pro- 
ceedings in order to exclude him from St. Andrew's 
Church in Holborn. 

London : Printed for J. Senex, at the Globe in Salisbury Court, 
and W. Taylor, at the Ship in Paternoster Rowj and sold by 
J. Roberts, near the Oxford Arms, in Warwick Lane. 17 19. 
Octavo J 19 pages, including the Title. 

LV. 

The Case of the Erectors of a Cliapel, or Oratory, 
in the Parish of St. Andrew's, Holborn ; and a 
Defence of their Proceedings therein ; with a farther 
Consideration of the Case of Chapels in general, as 
annexed or unannexed to Parochial Churches. 

London : Printed for W. Taylor, at the Ship and Black Swan, 
in Paternoster Row. mdccxxii. Octavo, 64 pages, including 
the Title-page. 

LVI. 

The Case of the Patron (the Duke of Montague) and 
Rector of St. Andrew's, Holbourn, (Dr. Sache- 
verell.) In answer to a Pamphlet, entitled " The 
Case of the Erectors of a Chapel, or Oratory, in the 
said Parish, &c. Humbly offered to the Considera- 
tion of all the Clergy and Patrons in England. 

" Fortem anwmm pnestant rebus qxias turpitcr audcnt" 



712 LONDON {Churches). 

London: Printed for Jonah Bowyer, at the Rose, at the West 
end of S' Paul's Church-yard, mdccxxii. Oc/az/o, 87 pages, 
exclusive of the Title. 

LVII. 

A Reply to the Case of the Patron and Rector of 
St. Andrew's, Holborn : or, a Vindication of the 
Case of the Erectors of a Chapel or Oratory in the 
said Parish ; with an Appendix, containing the Opi- 
nion of the late eminent Dr. Lane, and a further Re- 
ference to divers Passages in the Canon Law npou 
this Subject. 

London : Printed in the Year 1723. Octavo. 

LVIIL 

An Historical Account of the Constitution of the Ves- 
try of the Parish of St. Dunstan's in the West, 
London ; wherein are discovered the secret Manage- 
ments of certain select Parish Officers, and the Abuses 
of their respective Trusts : necessary and useful for 
all the Inhabitants of this City, and applicable to 
most Corporations of Great Britain. 

London : Printed for and sold by John Morphew, near Sta- 
tioners Hall. 1714. Oc/ayo, 44 pages, including the Title. 

LIX. 

The History and Antiquities of the Parish of 
Saint Leonard, Shoreditcii, and Liberty of 
Norton Folgate, in the Suburbs of London. By 
Henry Ellis, Fellow of St. John's College, Ox- 
ford. 

London : Printed by and for J. Nichols, Printer to the Society 
of Antiquaries ; and sold by all the Booksellers in London, 
Oxford, Cambridge, &c. MDCCXCvni. Quarto. 

Title-page as before. 

Dedication to Richard Gough, Esq. dated S^ John's College, 

Oct. 6, 1798. 
History of the Parish of S' Leonard, [b-zz] 354 pages. 



LONDON {Churches). 713 

Additions and Corrections, [zz2-Aaa3] pp. 335-36G. 
Index, and Directions for placing the Plates, pp. 367-370. 

N. B. Pages 241-252, [nh 3-Hh 10] are repeated with aste- 
risks, and follow p. 240. 

PLATES. 
i. S* Leonard, Shoreditcli, Old Church, taken in 1694. 

F. Cary c. 1795. To face the Title. 
ii. The South West Prospect of the New Church. Folded. 
B. Cole sc, 1 740. p. 9, — [TAe same Plate as in " Mait- 
Imid's Hist, of Lo))don."] 
iii. N.West View of Shoreditch Church. J. P. sc. 1797. p. 11. 
iv. Monument of Sir Thomas Leigh ; and a Figure of S^ 
George in the East Window of the Ciiantry Chapel in 
the North Aile of Shoreditcli Church, p. 51. 
Y. Monument at Shoreditch for Fom- Ladies of the Rutland 

Family, p. 5 1 . 
vi. The Tomb of S'' John Ehington, 1481, on the North side 
of the Altar in S' Leonard's Church, Shoreditch, 1735. 
Folded. Basire sc. p. 52. 
vii. The East Prospect of Haberdashers Alms Houses at Hox- 
ton. Folded. B. Cole sc. p. 136. — [The same F late 
as in " iMaitland's History of London."'] 
viii. Five Coats of Arms in the Library of Richard Gough, Esq. 
at Enfield ; with the Lovel Arms, &c. from the Gate- 
house at Lincoln's Inn. Basire sc. p. 193. 

LX. 

History of the Royal Hospital and Collegiate Church of 
3t. Kathaiune, near the Tower of London, from its 
Foundation in the Year 1273 to the present Time. 

London: Printed by and for J. Nichols, mdcclxxxii. Quarto, 
See Nichols's " Biblioth. Topog. Biilan." Vol. ii. No. v. 

LXI. 

The State of the Case concernino; the Right of the Vi- 
sitation of the Hospital of St. Katiierine near 
the Tower of London. 

" For I was an hunecrr d, and ye gave me no meat: I was thirsty, and ye 

gave me no drink. 
" I was a stranger, and ye took me not in : naked, and yc clothed me not : 

sick, and in prison, and yo vibitcd me not." — MaITIIEW xxv. 42, 43. 

London: Printed in the Year 1673. Quarto, 24 pages, in- 
cluding the Title. 



714 LONDOX (Churches). 

LXII. 

A Brief Enquiry relating to the Right of His Majesty's 
Royal Chapel, and the Privilege of his Servants within 
the Tower, in a Memorial addressed to the Right 
Honourable the Lord Viscount Lonsdale, Constable 
of His Majesty's Tower of London, (by Henry 
Haynes, Assay Master of the Mint.) 

LoNpoN : Printed for J. Noon, at the White Hart in the Poultry, 
near Cheapside. 1728. Folio, 31 pages. 

LXHL 

The Catalogue of most of the memorable Tombes, 
Grave-stones, Plates, Escutcheons, or Atchievements 
in the demolisht or yet extant Churches of London, 
from St. Katharine's beyond the Tower to 
Temple Barre, the Out Parishes being included. 
A Work of great Weight, and consequently to be in- 
dulged and countenanced by such who are gratefully 
ambitious of preserving the Memory of their An- 
cestors. By P. Fisher, sometimes Serjeant-Major 
of Foot. 
London: Printed Anno mdclxviii. Q^/or/o, [a-p 2] 52 pages, 
endini^ with the catchword " Gibson," the paging beginning 
on the fourth leaf. 

Errors of paging: — pages 37-38 for 31-32. 
N. B. This unfinished tract begins as follows : *^ The Cata- 
logue of the most memoral)le Persons who had visible Tombs, 
plated Grave-stones, Escutcheons or Hatchments in the City of 
London, before the last dreadful Fire :" it is printed in double 
columns, and the first inscription is that of " Sir Philip Sydney." 
Another edition has the following Title : — " The Catalogue 
and Account of many memorable Persons who had visible Tombs, 
plated Grave-stones, Hatchments or Escutcheons in any of the 
now burnt, or yet extant Churches of London, from S. Catha- 
rines nc(M- the Tower, to Temple-Bar, many of the Out Parishes 
included, the great Cathedral of S. Pauls, and S. Faiths under 
it, being excepted, (all but two or three,) haveing formerly been 
so accurately done by that eminently learned and most judicious 
Antitjuary, William Dugdale, Esq, Norroy King at Arms." 
Qucurto. 



LONDON (Hospitals and Charities). 7 1 5 

LXIV. 

The Inscriptions upon the Tombs, Grave-stones, 
&c. in the Dissenters Burial Place near Bunhill- 

FlELDS. 

London: Printed for E. Curll, in Fleet-street. 1717. Octavo 

46 pages. 

LXV. 
HisTORiA de Episcopis et Decanis Londinensi- 

BUS : necnon de Episcopis et Decanis Assavensibus : 
a prima Sedis utriusque Fundatione ad Annum 
MDXL. Accessit Appendix duplex Instrumentorum 
quorundam insignium, ad utramque Historiam spec- 
tantium. Autore Henrico Wharton, A.M. 

LoNDiNi : Impensis Ri. Chiswell, ad Insigne Rosae Coronatae^ in 
Coemeterio Sancti Pauli. mdccxv. Octavo. 

Half Title, and Title-page as above. 

Preefatio ad Lectorem, 4 pages. 

Various Indexes, and Errata, 24 pages. 

Historia de Episcopis et Decanis Londinensibus, [b-r 2] 244 
pages. 

Appendix ad Historiam praecedentem, [r3-u4] p. 245-296. 

Historia de Episcopis et de Decanis Assavensibus et Appendix, 
[u3-cc6] p. 297-395. 

LXVI. 

PIETAS LONDINENSIS: The History, Design, 
and present State of the various Public Chari- 
ties in and near London. By A. Highimore, 

Esq. Author of the Law of Mortmain and Chari- 
table Uses, &c. 

" Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, 
ye liave clone it unto me." Ma'H'. xxv. 40. 

London: Printed for Richard Phillips, Bridge-street, 1810. 
Octavo, 11 14 pages. 



716 LONDON {Hospitals and Charities). 

LXVII. 

The Ordre of the Hospital of S. Bartholomews, in 
W. Sinytiiefielde, in London, erected for the Benefit 
of the Sore and the Diseased ; and a Revenue of 
100 Marks ; and that the Citizens should add V. hun- 
dred Marks by the Year, which they received with 
Thanks. 

" He that sayeth he walketh in the Ivght, anri hateth his brother, came 
neuer as ycat in the Ivglit. But he tliat loueth his brother, he dwell- 
eth in the lys;ht." — 1 JEpist. JiiON, ii. chap. 

London: Printed by R. Grafton, 1552, (a-j) containing Eight 

Half-sheets, Sixteens. 

N. B. It was reprinted the following year. 

LXVIII. 

The Order of the Hospitalls of K. Henry the VIHth 
and K. Edward the Vlth, viz. S* Bartholomew's, 
Christ's, Bridewell, S* Thomas's. By the Maior, Co- 
minaltie, and Citizens of London, Governours of the 
Possessions, Revenues, and Goods of the sayd Ho- 
spitalls. 
London: 1557. 57 leaves, or 113 pages, black letter. 

Sixteens. 
N. B. h facsimile edition of the above was printed at the 

expense of Samuel Pepys, Esq. Secretary of the Admiralty. 

LXIX. 

Oedeks and Ordinances for the better Government 
of the HospiTALL of Bartholomew the Lesse : 
as also Orders enacted for Orphans and their Por- 
tions. MDLXXX. Together with a briefc Discourse 
of the laudable Custonics of London. 

London : Printed by James Flesher, Printer to that Honourable 
City, 1652. Quarto, 82 pages, including the Title-page and 
Preface. 

LXX. 

Staxding Rules an^ Orders for the Government 
of the Royal Ho?i»ital5 of Bridewell and Beth- 



LONDON (Hospitals and Charities). 717 

LEM, with the Duty of the Governors, and of the 
several Officers and Servants; as fhially arranged and 
confirmed at a General Court held April P^ 1802. 
London : Printed by H. Bryer^ Bridewell Hospital, Bridge 
Street. Octavo, 63 pages. 

LXXI. 

Extracts from the Records and Court Books of Bride- 
well Hospital; together with other Historical 
Information respecting the Objects of the Charter 
granted by Edward the Sixth to the Mayor, Com- 
monalty, and Citizens of London, and their Suc- 
cessors, arranged in Chronological Order, with Re- 
marks. By Thomas Bowen, M.A. Cliaplain of 
Bridewell Hospital, and Minister of Bridewell Pre- 
cinct. 

" Tlie errors and defects of old establishinciits are visible and palpable. It 
calls for little ability to point tbem out: and where absolute power is 
ii;ivcn, it requires but a word wholly to abolish the vice and the esta- 
blishment together." 

" At once to preserve and to reform is quite another thing." 

Burke's Rejicctions on the Revolution in France. 

London : Printed in the Year 1798. Quarto.. 

Half Title. Title-page as above. 

Preface, p. v-vi ; and Contents and Errata, p. vii-viii. 

Extracts, Sec. [b-k 4] 72 pages. 

Appendix, [*a-*c4] 24 pages. 

LXXII. 
Reports from Select Committees respecting the 
Arts-tnasters and Apprentices of Bridewell Ho- 
spital. 

London : Printed at the Philanthropic Reform, London Road, 
St George's Fields. 1799 and 1802. Quarto. 

LXXIII. 
Remarks upon the Report of a Select Commit- 
tee of Governors of Bridewell Hospital, 

PART II. 4 Z 



718 LONDON {Hospitals and Charities). 

appointed the First of March 1798; offered to the 
Attention of the Governors. By Thomas Bowen, 
M. A. a Governor, and Cliaplain to the Hospital ; 
Chaplain to the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor ; 
President of the Royal United Hospitals of Bride- 
well and Bethlem. 

London : Printed by W. Wilson, S' Peter's Hill, Doctors Com- 
mons. MDCcxcix. Quarto, 20 pages, exclusive of the Title- 
page. 

LXXIV. 

CoNSlDERATioxs on the oriiiinal and proper Objects 
of the Royal Hospital of Bridewell. Adchessed 
to the Governors. By William Waddington, 

Esq. a Governor. 

London : Printed at the Philanthropic Reform, St George's 
Fields, for R. Bickerstaff, corner of Essex Street, Strand : 
and to be had of Messrs. Rivingtons, S' Paul's Church Yard; 
Debrett, Piccadilly ; Richardson, Royal Exchange; Egerton^ 
Whitehall; and Pridden, No. 100, Fleet Street. 179S. Oc- 
tavo. 

LXXV. 

An Historical Account of the Origin, Progress, 
and present State of Betiilem Hospital, founded 
by Henry the Eighth, for tiie Cure of Lunatics, and 
enlarged by subsequent Benefactors, for the Recep- 
tion and Maintenance of Licurables. 

Lt)NDON : Printed in the Year mdcclxxxiii. Quarto, 18 pages. 

With a Print of the Two whole-length Figures at the entrance. 
Stothard del. W. Sharp sc. 

LXXVL 

Reasons for the establishing and further Encourage- 
ment of St. Luke's Hosi'ITAL for Lunaticks; to- 
gether with the Rules and Orders lor the Govern- 
ment thereof. 

London : Printed in the Year 1763, and reprinted in 1786. 
Ojiarto. 



LONDON (Hospitals and Chai'itiei). 719 

LXXVII. 

A True Copy of the Last Will and Testament 
of Thomas Guy, Esq. late of Lombard Street, 
Bookseller, containing an Account of his Publick and 
Private Benefactions. To Avhich is annexed the Act 
of Incorporation of his Executors. 
London : Printed in the Year mdccxxv. Octavo, reprinted in 

1732. 
N. B. Respecting the Founder of Guy's Hospital, there has 
likewise been published, " An Essay on Death-bed Charity, ex- 
emplified in the Life of Mr. Thomas Guy, late Bookseller in 
Lombard Street ; Madam Jane Nicholas, of S' Albans ; and 
Mr. Francis Bancroft, late of London, Draper, proving that the 
great Misers giving large Donatives to the Poor in their last 
Wills, is no Charity. To which is added the last Will of Mr. 
Francis Bancroft. By John Dunton. London : Printed in 
the Year 172S." Octavo. 

LXXVIIL 

London Hospital. — 1. An Account of the Rise, Progress, and 
State of the London Infirmary, supported by Charitable and 
Voluntary Subscriptions, for the sick and diseased Manufac- 
turers, Seamen in the Merchants Service, and their Wives and 
Children, from the first Institution on the Z^ of November 
1740, to the IS''^ of May 1742, inclusive. 
London, 1742. Quarto. 

2. Charter of Incorporation of the London Hospital. Oc- 

tavo, 16 pages. 

3. Rules and Orders for the London Hospital, as reviewed, en- 
larged, and confirmed by a General Quarterly Court held the 
13"^ of December 1756. 

London : Printed by H. Woodfall, in the Year I757. Octavo, 

30 pages. 

4. By-Laws of the Governors of the London Hospital, made 
and ordained the Sixth Day of June mdcclix, pursuant to 
their Charter, bearing Date the Ninth Day of December in 
the 32"^ George 11. To which are annexed Rules and Orders 
for the better Government of the said Hospital. 

London: Printed by H. Woodfall in the Year mdcclix, and 
which have several times been reprinted. Octavo. 



720 LONDON {Hospitals and Charities). 

LXXIX. 

An Account of the Occasion and Manner of erecting 
the Hospital at Lanesborough House, near Hyde 
Park Corner. PubHshed by Order of the General 
Board of Governours there, Wednesday, February 
the6^'' 17o3. Folio, 3 pages. 

LXXX. 

An Account of the Rise and Progress of the Lying-in 
Hospital for Married Women, in Brownlow Street, 
Long Acre, fi'om its first Institution in November 
1749, to the 25th of December 1751. 

London: Printed in the Year 1752. Octavo. 

LXXXI. 

King James, his Hospitall : founded in the Charter 
House, at the onely Costs and Charges of Thomas 
Sutton, Esq. 

London: Printed in the Year 1614. Octavo. 

Lxxxn. 

The Charter Hovse, with tlie Last Will and Testa- 
ment of Thomas Svtton, Esquire. Taken out of the 
Prerogative Court, according to the true originall. 

London: Printed for Thomas Thorp. 1614. Quarto- with a 
Wood Device on the upper part of the Title, [a 2-q 4] 29 
pages, exclusive of the Title-page, 

LXXXHL 

Sutton's Hospitall: with the Names of Sixteen 
Mannors, many Thousand Acres of Land, Meadow, 
Pasture, and Woods ; w itii the Rents and Heredita- 
ments thereunto belonging ; the Governours thereof, 
and Number of Schollers and others that are main- 
tained therewith. As also the last Will and Testa- 
ment of Thomas Sutton, Esquire, Founder of the 



LONDO'^ {Charities). 721 

said Hospitall : with the perticular Summes hy him 
bequeathed for repairing the High-wayes of severall 
Parts of this Kingdom for ever, and what he gave to 
the Poor of severall Parishes, and other Charitable 
Uses, amounting to above 20,C)00 Pounds. Wherein 
many Thousands at this Day are intressed ; and the 
Knowledge and Example hereof very usefull for all 
Sorts of People. The Copie hereof was taken out 
of the Prerogative Court, and is printed by the ori- 
ginall, according to order. 
London : Printed by Barnard AIsop, dwellitig in Grub Street, 
104G. Quarto, 19 pages, exclusive of the Title. 

LXXXIV. 
DOMUS CARTHUSIANA : or an Account of 

the most Noble Foundation of the Charter-House 
near Smithlield, in London, both before and since the 
Reformation ; with the Life and Death of Thomas 
Sutton, Esq. the Founder thereof, and his last Will 
and Testament. To which are added several Prayers, 
fitted for the private Devotions and particular Occa- 
sions of the ancient Gentlemen, &c. By Samuel 
Herne, Fellow^ of Clare Hall, in Cambridge. 

" Hona Fama est propria possesslo Defunctoi'iim." 
London : Printed by T. R. for Richard Marriott and Henry 
Brome, at the Gun in St. Paul's Church-yard, the West end. 
MDCLXXVii. Octavo. 
Title-page as above. 

The Epistle Dedicatory to the Most Reverend Gilbert (Sheldon), 
and the rest of the Governors of the Charter- House, 7 pages. 
The Preface, 22 pages. 
Poem on the Charter-House, 12 pages. 
The Contents, 2 pages. 
Historical Part, beginning with an Account " of the Foundation 

of the Charter-House," [b-t 8] 287 pages. 
Errata, 1 page. 

PLATES. 
1 . A whole-length Portrait of the Founder sitting, with his 
Arms J underneath is this Inscription : ** Obijt Decemh, 



722 LONDON (Charities). 

12" 161 1. JElatis Slice 79 Thomas Sutton. Deo Dante 
Dcdit." F. H. Van Houe sc. To front the Title. 

2. Ordinis Carthmiani Monachus. F. H.Van Houe sc. p. 1. 

3. Interior of a Church, with the Congregation kneeling, 

having this Motto : " Mt/ House shall be called the 
House of Prayer. Mark xi. 17." p. 243. 

LXXXV. 

An Historical Account of Thomas Sutton, Esq. 
and of his Foundation in Charter-House. By 
Philip Bearcroft, D.D. Preacher at Charter- 
House. 

London : Printed by E. Owen : and sold by F. Gyles, in Hol- 
born ; W. HinchlifFe, in Cornhill; Messrs. J. and P. Knap- 
ton, in Ludgate-street ; J. Stagg, in Westminster-Hall 3 and 
S. Birt, in Ave-Mary-Lane. 1737. Octavo. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the Most Rev. John (Potter), Lord Archbishop 

of Canterbury, and the rest of the Governors, signed Philip 

Bearcroft, p.iii-viii. 
The Preface, p. ix-xvi. 
The Historical Account, [b-s 4] 263 pages. 
The Index and Errata, p. 265-276. 

PLATES. 

1. (A Bird's-eye View of the) Charter-House. Folded. G.Ver- 

tue sc. To face the Title. 

2. Portrait of Thomas Sutton, Esq. (who) founded the Great 

Hospital in Charter-House, London. Ab Archetypo in 
j^dibus Carthusianis. An° Dn' I6II ; in an oval, with 
his Arms. G. Vertue sc. 1737. p. 1. 

3. Monunient of Thomas Sutton, (Esq.) in the Chapel in 

Charter- House, p. I6I. 

N. B. There are copies of this publication on Uarge Paper. 

LXXXVI. 

Historical Account of Charter-House: com- 
piled from the Works of Hearne (Heme) and Bear- 
croft, Harleian, Cottonian, and private MSS. and 



LONDON (Charities). 723 

from other authentic Sources. By a Carthusian". 
(Robert Smythe.) 

London : Printed for the Editor by C. Spilsbury, Angel Court, 
Snow-hill : and sold by Wilkie and Robinson, Booksellers to 
the Charter-House, Paternoster-Row; White, Fleet Street; 
Payne, Pall Mall ; Hatchard, Piccadilly ; Faulder, Bond 
Street; Miller, Albemarle Street ; Lloyd, 'Harley Street; and 
Maxwell and Wilson, Skinner Street, Snow" Hill. 1808. 
Quarto. 

Title-page as above, with a vignette Representation of a young 
Carthusian seated under a Tree; referred to at p. 269. Free- 
man sc. 

Dedication to their Most Excellent Majesties, and the Most 
Reverend, Most Noble, and Right Honourable the Governors 
of the Charter-House. 

List of Subscribers, 2 pages. 

Introduction, signed " Robert Smythe ;" and dated "Totten- 
ham, Sept. 5, 1606," 4 pages. 

Contents, 4 pages. 

The History of Charter-House, [b-qij] 298 pages. 

Appendix, printed by W. M'^^Dowall, Pemberton Row, Gough 
Square, [a-x 2] 84 pages. 

PLATES. 

1. Portrait of Thomas Sutton, Esq. Founder of Charter- 

House, with his Arms. From an original Picture in the 
Residence there of the Rev^ Philip Fisher, D.D, Master, 
to whom this Plate is inscribed. Freeman sc. To face 
the Title. 

2. The Monument of Thomas Sutton, Esq. in the Chapel of 

the Charter House. Engraved from a Drawing by 
G. Vertue, in the Charter-House, by Barlow, p. 223. 

3. Internal View of the ancient Gateway iii the Charter-House, 

with the Figure of a Monk in 'the Carthusian Habit. 
Barlow sc. p 26!. 

4. Fragments of Stained Glass in the Window of the Grand 

Dining Hall in Charter-House. Barlow sc. p. 268. 

LXXXVIL 
Rules and Okdeus relating to Ciiarter-House, 
and to the good Government tiiereof. Quarto, 24 
pages. 



724 LONDON {Charities), 

LXXXVIII. 

A Catalogue of the Library of Daniel Wray, Esq. given 

by his Widow to the Charter-House. 

London, 1790. Octavo. 

LXXXIX. 

A Relation of the Proceedings at Charter-House, 
upon occasion of Kins; James the Second, his pre- 
senting a Papist to be admitted into that Hospital in 
vertue of his Letters Dispensatory. 

London : Printed for Walter Kettilby, at the Bishop's Head in 
S^ Paul's Church-yard. MDCixxxix. Folio, 14 pages, ex- 
clusive of the Title. 

xa 

A True Narrative of certain Circumstances relating to 
Zachariah Williams, an aged and very infirm poor 
Jjrother Pensioner in Sutton's Royal Hospital, the 
Charter-House ; declaring some few of the many ill 
Treatments and 2;reat Sutferino;s he endured ; and the 
great Wrongs done to him, in order to his Expulsion 
out of the said House ; and for a Pretext to deprive 
him of his just and appointed Rights therein. Most 
humbly addressed and appealed to the King as su- 
preme ; and to all and every of the most Noble and 
Right Honourable the Governors of the said Royal 
Hospital, the Charter-House. 

London : Printed in the Year mdccxlix. Quarto ; Containing 
an Introductory Address to the Governors of the Charter- 
House, p. iii-vi. — The Narrative of Zachariah Williams, 
p. 7-l6. — Copies of Letters from Ann Williams, the Daugh- 
ter, to Lord Chancellor Hardvvicke, &c. 1 5 pages. 
N. B. A similar Narrative was afterwards published by Oliver 

Thorne, who was also an expelled Pensioner. 

XCL 

An Account of the General Nursery, or Colledg 
of Intants, set up (at Clerkenwell) by the Justices 



LONDON {Charities). 79.5 

of Peace for the County of Middlesex, with the Con- 
stitutions and Ends thereof. 
London: Printed by R. Roberts. 16S6. Quarto, 13 pages. 

XCII. 

A Copy of the Royal Charter, establishing an Hospital 
for the Maintainance and Education of exposed and 
deserted Young; Children. 

o 
London : Printed for J. Osborn, at the Golden Ball, in Pater- 
noster Row. MDCcxxxix. Octavo, 23 pages. 
N. B. The Charter was granted October 17, 1739; and has 
oftentimes been reprinted with the Act of Parliament, By-laws, 
Regulations, Accounts, and List of Governors. 

XCIII. 

Regulations for managing the Hospital for the ^lain- 
tainance and Education of exposed and deserted 
Young Children. By Order of the Governors of the 
said Hospital. 
London : Printed in the Year mdcclvii. Octavo, 56 pages. 
With the Arms of the Hospital as a Vignette. 

XCIV. 

The Report of the General Committee for directing, 
managing, and transacting the Business, Affairs, 
Estate, and Effects of the Corporation of the Go- 
vernors and Guardians of the Hospital for the Main- 
tainance and Education of exposed and deserted 
Young Children ; relating to the General Plan for 
executing the Purposes of the Royal Charter esta- 
blishing this Hospital. 

London: Printed by Jobn Basket, Printer to the King's Most 
Excellent Majesty. 1740. Oc/ayo, 47 pages. 

xcv. 

Private Virtue and Publick Spirit displayed, in a suc- 
cinct Essay on the Character of Capt. Thomas Coram, 

PART II. 5 A 



72^ LONDON {Charities). 

who deceased the 29th of March, and was interr'd in 
the Chapel of the FoundHng Hospital, (a Chanty 
established by his Solicitation,) April 3d. 1751. 

London : Printed for J. Roberts, at the Oxford Arms in War- 
wick Lane. 1731. Octavo^ 28 pages. 

XCVL 

An Account of the Institution and Proceedings of the 
Guardians of the Asylum, or House of Refuge, 
situated on the Surrey Side of Westminster Bridge, 
for the reception of Orphan Girls residing within 
the Bills of Mortality, whose Settlements cannot be 
found. Printed by order of the Guardians, 1761. 
Octavo. 

XCVIL 

An Account of the Rise, Progress, and present State 
of the Magdalen PIospital, for the reception of 
penitent Prostitutes : together with Dr. Dodd's Ser- 
mons preached before the President, Vice-Presidents, 
Governors, &c. ; before His Royal Highness the 
Duke of York, &c. ; and in the Magdalen Chapel, 
Jer. xiii. 23, (now first printed :) To which are added. 
The Advice to the Magdalens ; Vvith the Psalms, 
Hymns, Prayers, Rules, List of Subscribers ; and an 
Abstract of the Act for establishing the Charity. 

London : Printed for the Benefit of the Hospital. Duodecimo. 

With a Print of one of the Females prefixed; also a Ground 
Plan of the Building. Folded. To front the Explanation. 

XCVHL 

The Original Design, Progress, and present State of the 
Scots Cokj'oration near Pleet-ditch, with their 
Benefactors, Masters, Treasurers, &c. London, 1714. 
Octavo. 



LONDON {Charities). 727 

XCIX. 

An Answer to several Letters to the Master and Gover- 
nors of the Scots Corporation and liospital in 
London, giving an Account of the Erection of the 
said Company. 1710. Quarto. 

C. 

A Summary View of the Rise, Constitution, and present 
State of the Charitable Foundation of K. Charles 11. 
commonly called the Scots Corporation, in Lon- 
don ; with an alphabetical List of the Benefactors, 
taken from the Registers and from the Tables hung 
up in their Hall. London, 175(5. Quarto. 

N. B. This Hospital was chartered by King Charles the Se- 
cond in 1666 and 1676; and a Third Charter was granted in 
1775 : an account of which was printed in octavo in 1799. 

CL 

Motives for the Establishment of the Marine Society. 

By a Merchant. 
London : Printed in the Year mdcclvii. Quarto, 25 pages. 



CIL 

An Account of the Marine Society, recommending 
the Piety and Policy of the Institution, and pointing 
out the Advantages accruing to the Nation ; with the 
Motives for establishing it. Also a full Detail of 
their Rules and Forms of Business. Also a Proposal 
for acconnnodating the Boys, equipped by them, in 
the Merchants Service when the War is finished. By 
Mr. (Jonas) Hanway. 

" By Mercy and Truth iniquity is purged." 

London: mdcclix. Octavo, 167 pages. To which is sub- 
joined *^ An Essay towards making the Knowledge of Reli- 
gion easy to the meanest Capacity 3 being a short and plain 



728 LONDON {Charities). 

Account of the Doctrines and Rules of Christianity, by the 
Most Rev. Dr. Edward Synge, late Lord Archbishop of Tuam 
in Ireland. Printed for the Marine Society, mdcclix, and a 
List of the Subscribers from June 1756 to September 30, 
1759, 82 pages. 

PLATES. 

1. Frontispiece; S. Wale del. C. Grignion sc. et donavit ; 

having this Motto : 

" as he franrd a wlialc, the whole to hiess, 

On mutual wants builri mutual happiness." PoPE. 

2. The Committee Room of the Marine Society, with the 

Board sitting, surrounded by a number of Roys. Folded. 
J.B. Cipriani del. piaeque Institutioni dicavit. p. 65. 

3. An emblematic Device to the Boys Certificate. S.Wale 

del. & donavit. T.Major sc. et donavit. p. 122. 

4. An emblematic Representation of the Boys embarking. 

Folded. F. Hayman del. & donavit. Ant. Walker sc. & 
donavit. p. 145. 

cm. 

A Letter from a Member of the Marine Society, 
shewing the Piety, Generosity, and Utility of their 
Design, with respect to the Sea Service, at this im- 
portant Crisis. Addressed to all true Friends of their 
Country. Fourth Edition, with several Addi- 
tions. 

London : Printed and sold by J. Waugh, at the Turk's Head, 
in Lombard Street : C. Say, in Newgate Street; W. Fenner, 
at the Angel and Bible, in Paternoster Row ; and by the 
Pamphlet Shops, mdcclvii. Octavo^ 111 pages. 

With a Frontispiece, representing the emblematic Device to the 
Boys Certificate. S. Wale del. et donavit. T. Major sc. et 
donavit. 

CIV, 

The Bye-laws and Regulations of the Marine So- 
ciety, incorporated in MDCCLXXll, with the several 
Instructions, Forms of Indentures, and otlier Instru- 
ments used by it. The Fifth Edition, containing 
an Historical Account of this Institution, with Re- 
marks on tiie Usefulness of it. To which is added, 



LONDON (Schools). 729 

a Sermon preached by the Rev. Dr. Glasse, Chap- 
■ lain to the Marine Societ}-. 
London : Printed by Strahan and Preston, Printers Street. 

1809. Duodecimo, 180 \ydges,. 

With a Frontispiece, designed by S. Wale, and engraved and 

presented by C. Grignion. 

cv. 

The Life of Dr. John Colet, Dean of S. Paul's in 
the Reigns of K. Henry VII. and Henry VIII. and 
Founder of S. Paul's School ; with an Appendix, 
containing some Account of the Masters and more 
eminent Scholars of that Foundation ; and several 
original Papers relating to the said Life. By Sa- 
muel Knight, D.D. Prebendary of Ely. 

London : Printed by J. Downing, in Bartholomew-Close, near 
West'Smithfield, 1724. Octavo. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the Right Honourable Spencer Compton, Esq. 
Speaker to the Honourable the House of Commons, with his 
Arms on the letter-press, 4 pages. 

A Prefatory Epistle to the Master, Wardens, and Assistants of 
the Worshipful Company of Mercers, 4 pages. 

The Introduction, with the Pedigree of the Colets, p. i-xiv. 

The Life, [b-s 6] 267 pages. 

Title-page to the Appendix, dated MDCCxxiv. 

Another Title-page : " Oratio habita a Doctore Joanne Colet, De- 
cano Sancti Pauli, ad Clerum in Convocatione, Anno mdxi. 
Apud Rich. Pynson, Anno Virginei Partus mcccccxi." 

Oratio ad Clerum in Comiocatione, [t] p. 273-285. 

Title-page in black letter, within an ornamented border: " The 
lermon of Doctor Colete, made to the Convocation at Paulis.'* 

The Sermon, printed in black letter, [u-y 2] p. 289-308. 

Half Title : " Coleti Epistolae quinque, quibus accessit Epistola 
Erasmi." 

The Epistles in Latin, [y 4-z 2] p. 3 11-324. 

Half Title : " A Collection of Miscellanies relating to the fore- 
going History." 

Miscellanies, No. I to No. XXL containing an Account of some 
of the Masters and Scholars, and including a Catalogue of 
the Library of S^ Paul's School, [z4-Kk8] p. 327-404. 



730 LONDON {Schooh). 

A short Table to the Life of Dr. Colet, 2 pages. 
The Contents of the Appendix to the Life of Dr. Colet, 2 pages. 
An Index of the Names mentioned in the Life, 2 pages. 
A List of the Subscribers Names to the large and small paper 
copies, 1 1 pages. 

PLATES. 

1 . Portrait of Dean Colet, thus inscribed : " Effigies loannis 

Colett Decani S' Pauli qui obijt 1519. Donavit Societas 
Mercerorum Lond. G. Vertue sc." To front the Tit^e, 

2. The Monument of ISir Henry Colet, Kn* in Stepney Church, 

thus inscribed : " Sepulchrum Henrici Colet Equitis in 
Cancello Ecclesiae de Stepney donavit M.P." Sjc. p. 7. 

3. Sir Henry Colet's House at Stepney, with the Bust of Dean 

Colet in front, p. Q. 

4. View of S' Paul's School. A.M. sc. p. IO9. 

5. Effigies of Dean Colet kneeling ; S' Matthew being seated 

at a Desk, in the act of writing, with an Angel before 
him holding a Scroll, copied from a MS. in the public 
Library at Cambridge, belonging to Dean Colet. G. V. 
(Vertue) sc. p. 256. 

6. Dean Colet's Monument, with his Bust, in the Old Cathe- 

dral Church of S' Paul's, p. 261. 

7. Mural Monument of Roger Cotes, in Trinity College Cha- 

pel, Cambridge, p. 430. 

8. The Bust of Dean Colet, over the Master's Seat in S* Paul's 

School, and two Coats of Arms. p. 435. 

N. B. There are Large Paper copies of this work. 

CVI. 

A Catalogue of all the Books in the Library of S' Paul's 
School, London, with the Names of the Benefactors, 
as given in by Geo. Charles, LL.D. High Master in 
the Time of John Nodes, Esq. Surveyor, Accompt- 
ant of the said School. Dated the 2"^^ Day of 
March 1743. 

CVII. 

Preces, Cateciiismvs, et Hymni, Gra3ce et Latino^ 
in vsum antiquae et Celebris Scholae juxta S. Pavli 
Templvm apvd Londinates, Fundatore venerabili ad- 



LONDON (ScIiOok). 75 1 

modvin Viro JoHANNE CoLETO, S.T.P. necnon 
S.P. Decano. 
LoMDiNi : exOfficinaJohannis Nichols et Sociorvm. MDcccxrv. 

Small octavo, 62 pages. 

With a fine Portrait of Dean Colct, witli his Arms, and those of 

the Mercers Company subjoined. J. T. Wedgwood sc. 

N.B. There are One Hundred copies on Large Paper. 

CVIII. 

Des. Erasmi Rot. Concio de Pvero Jesv olim pro- 
nvnciata a Pvero in Schola loannis Coleti Londini 
institvta in qva praesidebat Imago Pveri Jesv doccn- 
tis specie. Editio Nova. 
Londini : Typis L et L B. Nichols, et S. Bentley. mdcccxvi. 
Octavo, 48 pages. 
With a Plate of Fac-simile of the handwriting of Erasmus. 
N. B. The impression consists of One Hundred copies only 
for sale. 

CIX. 

The History of Merchants-Taylors School, 
from its Foundation to the present time. In Two 
Parts. 
L Of its Founders, Patrons, Benefactors, and Masters, 
n. Of its principal Scholars. 

By the Rev. H. B. Wilson, B.D. Second Under 
Master. 

London: Sold by B.C. and J. Rivington; J.Otridge; J. Hatch- 
ard ; Lackington, Allen, and Co. ; and J. Asperne, London ; 
and J. Cooke, Oxford. 1814. Quarto. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the Master, Wardens, and Court of Assistants of 
the Worshipful Company of Merchant Tavlors, London, dated 
from Laurence Pountney Hill, l6th Dec. 1814. 

List of Subscribers, 6 pages. 

Contents, 12 pages. 

Preface, p. xiii-xxx. 

The History of Merchant-Taylors School, both parts, [b-7q] 
1220 pages. 



732 LONDON {Schools). 

Index, p. 1221-1254. Addenda et Corrigenda, 1 page. 

Directions to the Binder, a separate slip. 

PLATES. 

1. An engraved Table of the Masters of Merchant-Taylors 

School from 1707 to 1812. Folded, p. 405. 

2. Portrait of the Rev'' James Townley, M.A. Head Master of 

Merchant Taylors, with his Arms. H. D. Thielcke del. 
A.R. p. 458. 

3. Portrait of the Rev'' Samuel Bishop, M.A. Head Master, 

from an original Picture in the possession of Miss Bi- 
shop, with his Arms. Clarkson pinx*- H. D. Thielcke 
del. & sc. p. 510. 

4. Portrait of the Rev'' Thomas Cherry, B.D. Head Master, 

with his Arms. Drummond pinx*. H. D. Thielcke del. 
& sc. p. 520. 

5. Portrait of William Juxon, Archbishop of Canterbury. 

From an original Picture at S' John's College, Oxford, 
with his Arms. H. D. Thielcke del. & sc. p. 778. 

6. Portrait of Sir William Dawes, Bar* Archbishop of York, 

with his Arms. From an original Picture at Bishopthorpe. 
G. Kneller pinxi- H. D. Thielcke del. & sc. p. 937. 

7. Portrait of Hugh Boulter, Archbishop of Armagh, with his 

Arms. From an original Picture at Christ Church, Ox- 
ford. H. D. Thielcke del. & sc. p. 948. 

ex. 

An Account of the Chanty INIathematical School in 
Hatton Garden, founded Anno 1715, by Joseph 
Neale, late of Gray's Inn, Esq. deceased ; afterwards 
augmented by and out of the charitable Disposition 
of Mr. John Newman, Citizen and Poulterer of 
London, deceased ; with an Account of its Revenues, 
Rules, and By-laws : with an Appendix. 

London: Printed in the year 1749. Quarto. 

CXI. 

An Account of a Charity School lately call'd the 
School of St. Katherine-Cree Church : in 
which the Disaffection to the Government of the 



LONDON {Colleges). 733 

Managers of it, is made apparent by undoubted 
Facts. With an Account of what past between some 
of them and the Reverend Mr. Charles Lam be, in 
relation to His Grace the Arch-bishop of York's 
preaching a Charity Sermon for them in that Church. 
By Charles Lambe, ]M.A. Minister of the said 
Church. 
Lo^'l)ON : Printed for Bernard Lintot, at the Cros^ Keys, be- 
tween the Temple Gates in Fleet Street. 171 8. Quarto, 
1 2 pages, including the Title. 

CXII. 

A Vindication of the Society lately callVl St. Kathe- 
KINE Cree : in answer to a Pamphlet intituled 
" An Account of a Charity School, lately call'd the 
School of S* Katherine-Cree Ciiurch," written by the 
Reverend Mr. Charles Lambe. By a Member of 
the Society. 

" For liis Relii^ion, it is fit 
To inatcli his Leainiiiir and his U'lt: 
As if Hypocrisie and Nonsence 
Had got the Advowsori of his Conscience." — Hudibras. 

London : Printed for .J. Morphew, near Stationers Hall. 1718. 
Quarto, 16 pages, including the Title. 

CXIIL 

An Account of the Rise, Foundation, Progress, and 
present State of Gresham-College, in London ; 
with the Life of the Founder, Sir Thomas Gresham ; 
as also of some late Endeavours for obtaining the 
Revival and Restitution of the Lectures there, with 
some Remarks thereon. 

Zitin, x>iip^v[{r<ri Ko6ioii; iixtXos o^fihy, 
OiTi //.iXitrfftiuv xaf/.a.Tov r^v'^affiv oa^yo), 
"Ea-hvTd. Hesiod. 'E^j- B. a. 

■Quibiis artibus inc!j/ta lioinu 



Creverit, et jjopulas mugnusq; suhegerit Zh'bes, 
Qufis etium vitiis scnsim /ubcj'ucta, ruinam, 
Fruxei-it, et lapsu totuni treincj'txerit Orhem, 
Hie recluduuiur " 

PART II. 5 B 



7S4 LONDON (Colleges). 

London : Printed, and are to be sold by J. Morphew, near Sta- 
tioners Hall. MDCcvii. Quarto, 48 pages, exclusive of the 
Title-page. 

CXIV. 

An exact Copy of the Last Will and Testament of Sir 
Thomas Gresham, K*- To which are add^ed an 
Abridgement of an Act of Parliament, passed in the 
Twenty-third of Q. Elizabeth, A.D. 1581, /br the 
better performing the Last Will of Sir Thomas 
Gresham, K^' as aibo some Accounts concerning 
Gresham College. Taken from the last Edition of 
Stow's Survey of London (printed in the Year 1720), 
and elsewhere. 

London : Printed in the year mdccxxiv. Quarto^ 72 pages. 

cxv. 

Sir Thomas Greshaim, his Ghost; a Poem. 

London : Printed for William Ley. 1647. Quarto, eight 
pages, entirely relating to the Abuse of his valuable Bequest. 

With a whole-length Portrait of Sir T. Gresham, in his usual 
Dress, standing under a Shroud, and holding a Torch in his 
right Hand. 

CXVI. 

The Lives of the Professors of Gresham Col- 
lege : To which is prefixed the Life of the Fovnder, 
Sir Thomas Gresham ; with an Appendix, consisting 
of Orations, Lectvres, and Letters written by the 
Professors, with other Papers, serving to illustrate 
the Lives. By John Ward, Professor of Rhetoric 
in Gresham College, and F.ll.S. 

" Vita mortnoriim in mevioriti vivorum est posita." — CiC. Philipp. ix. 
London : Printed by John Moore, in Bartholomew Lane, for 
the Author : and sold by W. Innys ; J. and P. Knapton, in 
Ludgate Street ; F. Gyles, in Holbourn ; A. Ward, in Little 
Britain; E. Symon, in Cornhill; T. Longman, in Pater- 
noster Row; J. Noon, in Cheapside ; R. Hett, in the Poul- 
try; A. Millar, in the Strand; and J. Stagg, in Westminster 
Hall. MDCCXL. Folio. 



LONDON {Colleges). 735 

Title-page as before. 

Dedication to the Mayor and Commonalty and Citizens of the 
City of London ; and to the Wardens and Commonalty of 
the Mystery of the Mercers of the said City, with the grand 
Coniniittee for Gresham Affairs. 

The Preface, p. i-.xx. 

The Names of the Subscribers to the Large and Small Paper 
copies, p. x\i-x\iv. 

The Life of Sir Thomas Gresham, [b-i 2] 32 pages. 

The Lives of the Professors of Gresham College, with Additions 
and Amendments, [K-Rrrr] p. 32-338. 

Half Title : "An Appendix, consisting of Orations, Lectures, 
and Letters written by the Professors, with other Papers, 
serving to illustrate the Lives 5" with the Contents on the re- 
verse. 

The Appendix, [a-nu] 142 pages. 

An Index to the Lives, [Nn2-Rr2] p. 143-156. 

Errors of paging : — p. 256-7 are repeated, and follow. 

PLATES. 

i. Portrait of Sir Thomas Gresham. Geo. Vertue, Londini, 
sc. Anno mdccxxxix. To face the Title, 

ii. The Statue of Sir Thomas Gresham. G. Vertue sc. p. I 
of the Life. 

iii. The Royal Exchange, as built by Sir Thomas Gresham. 
Folded. G. Vertue sc. mdccxxxix. p. 12 of the Life. 

iv. The Tomb of Sir Thomas Gresham in S' Helen's Church, 

Bishopsgate. G. Vertue del. & sc. p. 27 of his Life. 
v. A Bird's-eye View of Gresham College. Folded. G. Ver- 
tue del. &i sc. p. 33 of the Professors' Lives. 

jV. B. There are copies of this work on Large Paper. 

CXVII. 

The History of the ancient and present State of 
SiON College, near Cripplcgate, London ; and of 
the London Clergy's Library tliere. By W. READ- 
ING, M.A. Library Keeper, 56' pages. 

Bibliothecas Cleri Londinensis in Collegio SlONENSl 
Catalogus, duplici forma concinnatus. Pars prior 
exhibet Libros juxta ordinem Scriniorum distributes, 
et ad proprias Classes redactos. Pars altera, om- 
nium Auctorum Nomina, et Rerum praecipuarum 



736 LONDON {Colleges). 

Capita ordine alphabetico complectitur. Auctore 
GuLiELMO Reading, Bibliothecario. 
LoNDiNi : Typis J. Watts^ A.D, mdccxxiv. Folio. 

Part I. Preface and Contents, 6 pages. The Catalogue [b-5p 2]. 
— Part II. Title-page. Preface to the English Reader. Al- 
phabetical Index [B-*A.a2], after which follows " The His- 
tory of Sion College," as before given. 

N. B. The first printed Catalogue of this Library appeared 
in 1 650 ; viz. "^ Catalogus Universalis Librorum omnium in 
Bibliotheca CoUegii Sioniiapud Londinenses. Una cum Elencho 
Interpretum S.S. Scripturae, Casuistarum, Theologorum, Scho- 
lasticorum, &c. Omnia per J. S. (Joann. Spenser) Bibliothe- 
carium (quanta potuit diligentia) ordine alphabetico disposita, 
in unum collecta, et propriis sumptibus in Studiosorum usum ex- 
cusa. Londini, 1650." Quarto. 

*-^* The greater portion of this collection was formed by Sir 
Edward Coke, Kn^' some time Lord Chief Justice of both Besiches, 
and presented to Sion College by George, the thirteenth Lord 
and first Earl of Berkeley, whose sister had married Edward 
Coke, grandchild and heir of Sir Edward Coke, Kn^ and was de- 
stroyed in the great Fire of London in 1 6QQ. Of the few books 
that escaped, a List is inserted in the " Cat. Lib. MSS. Angliai 
et Hibernise," p.ii. p. 106. 

CXVIII. 

His Most Sacrtvl Majesties, and His ]\lost Honourable 
Privy Councils Letters, relating to the College of 
Physicians. As likewise a short Account of the 
Institution, Use, and Privileges of that Royal Found- 
ation. By His Majesties special Command. 
London: Printed in the Year 168S. Quarto. 

CXIX. 
The Royal College oi Physicians of London, 
founded and established by Law ; as appears by Inci- 
ters Patents, Acts of Parliament, adjudged Cases, 
&c. and an Historical Account of the College's Pro- 
ceedings against Empiricks and unlicensed Pmctisers 
in every Prince's Reign, from their first Incorporation 
to the Murther of the Royal Martyr, King Charles 



LONDON {Colleges). 737 

the First. By Charles Goodall, Dr. in Physick, 
and Fellow of the said Collciie of Physicians. 

London : Printed bv M. Flesher, for Walter Kettilby, at the 
Bishop's Head in S' Paul's Church-yard. 16S4. Quarto. 

Title-page as above, and Licence. 

The Epistle dedicatory to the R' Hon. Francis Lord Guildford, 
8 pages. 

The Historical Part, [b-oo4] 288 pages. 

Title-page : " An Historical Account of the College's Proceed- 
ings against Empiricks," 8:c. 

Epistle Dedicatory to Dr. Whistler, President, the Censors, and 
Fellows of the College of Physicians in London, [pp 2-xx 2] 
50 pages. 

The Proceedings against Empiricks, &c. [Rr-0004] p. 305- 
472. 

The hidex, [ppp-Qqq2] 11 pages. 

N. B. The Statutes of the Royal College of Physicians were 
first printed in 1653, and have been many times republished. 

%* The Chartjir of the Royal College of Surgeons, 
dated 22'' March ISOO, was printed in the same year; and the 
By-laws, Ordinances, Rules, and Constitutions, made S'*' Ja- 
nuary 1802, have been likewise printed, both in octavo. 

cxx. 

A History of the College of Arms, and the Lives 
of all the Kings, Heralds, and Pursuivants, from the 
Reign of Richard IH. Founder of the College, until 
the present time ; with a preliminary Dissertation re- 
lative to the different Orders in England, particularly 
the Gentry, since the Norman Conquest. Taken 
from Records, ^Manuscripts, and other the most in- 
disputable Authorities. By the Rev. Mark Noble, 
F.A.S. of L. and E. Rector of Barming in Kent, and 
Domestic Chaplain to George, Earl of Leicester. 

London : Printed for J. Debrett, opposite Burlington House, 

Piccadilly; and T. Egertou, Whitehall. 1804. Quarto. 
Half Title. Title-page as above. 

Dedication to His present Majesty, George III. 
Preface, 4 pages. 
Authorities for this Work, 2 pages. 



738 LONDON {Royal Society). 

List of Subscribers, 4 paces. 

Preliminary Dissertation, [b-G 2] 44 pages. 

History of the College of Arms, beginning with page 45, and 

continued to page 449 [c-Mmni]. 
Appendix and Index, [a-h 3] p. i-Ixii. 
Directions for placing the Plates, 1 page. 

PLATES. 

1. Portrait of John Charles Brooke, Esq. F.S.A. Somerset 

Herald. T. Maynard del. T. Milton sc. To front the 
Title-page. 

2. Portrait of John Anstis, Garter and Genealogist of the Bath. 

T. Maynard del. T. Milton sc. p. 376. 

3. Portrait of Stephen Martin Leake, Garter Principal King 

of Arms. R. F. Pine del. T. Milton sc. p. 408. 

4. Portrait of Ralph Bigland, Garter Principal King of Arms. 

p. 416. 

N. B. There are Large Paper copies of this work. 

CXXL 

The History of the Royal Society of London, 
for the improving of Natural Knowledge. By TiiO. 
Sprat, D.D. late Lord Bishop of Rochester. The 
Fourth Edition. 

London: Printed for J. Knapton, J. Walthoe, D. Midwinter, 
J.Tonson, A. Bettesworth and C. Hitch, R. Robinson, F. Clay, 
B. Motte, A.Ward, D. Brown, andT. Longman, mdccxxxiv. 
Quarto. 

Title-page as above, with the Imprimatur preceding it. 

Dedication to the King, 4 pages. 

A. Cowley'-s Verses, addressed to the Royal Society, 6 pages. 

An Advertisement to the Reader, 2 pages. 

The Historical Part, [A-iii 3] 438 pages. 

With a Plate of a Method for making a History of the Weather, 

by Mr. Hooke, p. 173; and of Experiments of the recoiling 

of Guns, by the Lord Brouncker, p. 233. 

N. B. The first edition aj^peared in 1667, with a Frontispiece 
engraved by Wenccalaus Hollar, 1667, from a Design by J. Eve- 
lyn, with a Biist of Lord Brouncker on a Pedestal in the centre. 
It was reprinted in 1702, 1722, and in 1734, as above noticed, 
and was, tran-^lated into French by Du Moulin, Geneve, 1699, 
12mo. 



LONDON {Royal Society), 7S9 

This History and the Society were attacked in the fol- 
lowing Publications : 

1. Legends no Histories: or a Specimen of some Animadver- 
sions upon the History of the Royal Society ; wherein, be- 
sides the several Errors against common Literature, sundry 
Mistakes ahout the Making of Salt-Petre and Gun-powder 
are detected and rectified : whereunto are added Two Dis- 
courses, one of Pietro Sardi, and another of Nicholas Tar- 
taglia, relating to that Subject. Translated out of Italian; 
with a In-ief Account of those Passages of the Author's Life 
which the Virtuosi intended most to censure auu expatiate 
upon ; written to save them the Trouble of doing any Thing 
besides defending themselves. Together with the Plus Ultra 
of Mr. Joseph Glanvill reduced to a Non Plus, &c. By 
Henry Stubbe, Physician at Warwick. 

" At vus inierca renite ad igntni 
Avnalcs Volusi, cacata charta.'' — Catullus. 

Printed at London, and are to be sold by the Booksellers there. 
1670. Quarto, 154 pases. 

2. Campaneila Revived; or an Enquiry into the History of the 
Roval Societv, whether the Virtuosi there do not pursue the 
Projects of Campaneila, for tlic reducing England unto Po- 
pery ; being the Extract of a Letter to a Person of Honour 
from H. S. with another Letter to Sir N. N., relating the 
Cause of the Quarrel betwixt H. S. and the R. S. (Royal So- 
ciety) ; and an Apology against some of their Cavils. With 
a Postscript concerning the Quarrel depending betwixt H. S. 
and Dr. Merrett. By Henry Stubbe. 

^' Aut lioc i/ic/usi li^iii) orcititantur Ac/iivi; 
Aut hjec ill nostras fairicutu est niachina muros, 
Inspecturn domus veuturuijue dtsupcr Urbi ; 
Aut aliquis lutet error: equo ne credite, Teucr-i." 

London: Printed for the Author, 1670. Q//a/7o, 26 pages. 

3. "A Censure upon certaine Passages contained in the History 
of the Royal Societv, as being destructive to the Established 
Religion and Church of England." To the Second Edition 
of which is added, the Letter of a Virtuoso in opposition to 
the Censure; a Reply unto the Letter aforesaid; and Reply 
unto the prefatory Answer of Ecebolius (Joseph Glanville), 
Chaplain to Mr. Rouse, of Eaton, (late Member of the Rump 
Parliament,) Rector of Bath, and Fellow of tlie Royal So- 
ciety. Also an Answer to the Letter of Dr. Henry More, 
relating to Henry Stubbe^ Physician at Warwick. 

Oxford : Printed in the Year I670. Quarto. 



740 LONDON {Royal Society). 

4. A Brief Vindication of the Royal Society from the late In 
vectives and Misrepresentations of Mr. H. Stubbe. By a Weil- 
Wisher to that noble Foundation. Quarto. 107O, 

5. A Defence of the Royal Society, and the Philosophical 
Transactions, particularly those of July 1670, in Answer to 
the Cavils of Dr. William Holder. In a Letter to the Right 
Hon. William Lord Viscount Brouncker. By John Wallis, 
D.D. Professor of Geometry at Oxford, and Fellow of the 
Royal Society. Quarto. 1678. 

CXXII. 

The History of the Royal Society of London 

for improving of Natural Knowledge, from its first 
Rise : in which the most considerable of those Papers 
communicated to tlie Society, which have hitherto 
not been published, are inserted in their proper order, 
as a Supplement to the Philosophical Transactions. 
By Thomas Birch, D.D. Secretary to the Royal 
Society. In Four Volumes. 

' Talem intelligoPmhO^OVilWM Natukalem, (jucr noii uheut in f/nnos spe- 
cnlationum subtilium aut sublimium, sed quaj efficucit.er opcretur ad 
xublevanda vita: human<E iHCO/ii?ito</a." — Bacov dc Augiii. Scient. I. li. 
c. ?. 

London : Printed for A. Millar, in the Strand, mdcclvi. 
Quarto. 

VOL. I. 

Title-page as above. 
Dedication to the King. 
The Preface, 2 pages. 

The History of the Royal Society, and Errata, [B-Ttt4] 512 
pages. And Four folded Plates. 

VOL. II. 
Title-page as before. 

Continuation of the History of the Royal Society, [b-sss3] 
501 pages. And Two folded Plates. 

VOL. 111. 
Title-page as before, dated mdcclvii. 

History of the Royal Society of London continued, [b-uuu 4] 
520 pages. 



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VOL. IV. 
Title-page as before, dated mdcclvii. 

History of the Royal Society of London concluded, ending with 
the Year IS87/ [b-4 b 3] 538 pages. 



CXXIII. 

History of the Royal Society, from its Institution 
to the End of the Eighteenth Century. By Thomas 
Thomson, M.D. F.R.S. L. & E. Member of the Geo- 
logical Society, of the Wernerian Society, and of the 
Imperial Chirurgo-Medical Academy of Petersburgh. 

London : Printed for Robert Baldwin, No. 47, Paternoster- 
Row. 18 i2. Quarto. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. President, and to the 

Council and Fellows of the B-oyal Society. 
Preface, and Contents, p. v-viii. 
The Account of the Royal Society of London, &:c. [b-4a4] 

552 pages. 
Appendix, [a-m 2] p. i-lxxxiii. 
Index, p.lxxxv-xci. 

N.B. There are Large Paper copies of this work. 

CXXIV. 

MUSjEUAI REG a lis SOCIETATIS: or, a Ca- 
talogue and Description of the Natural and Artificial 
Rarities belonging to the Royal Society, and pre- 
served at Gresham College. Made by Nehemiah 
Grew, M.D. Fellow of the Royal Society, and of 
the CoUedge of Physitians. Whereunto is subjoyned 
the Comparative Anatomy of Stomachs and Guts, 
by the same Author. 

London : Printed for Tho. Malthus, at the Sun, in the Poultry. 
1685. (First printed in 1681.) Folio. 

Title-page as above. 
Dedication to the Royal Society. 
Another Dedication to Daniel Colwall, Esq. 
PART II. 5 c 



742 LONDON {Royal Society, 8^c.) 

The Prefiice ; a Prospect of the whole Work ; Resolutions of 
the Society respecting the making and printing the Cata- 
logue ; and Errata, 6 pages. 

Descriptive Part, and Appendix, [s-Ddd] 386 pages. 

An Index of some Medicines, and a List of those who have con- 
tributed to this Museum, 2 pages. 

The Comparative Anatomy, beginning with a Title-page, [a-f2] 
43 pages. 

With a Portrait of Daniel Colwall, Esq. the Founder of the 
Museum of the Royal Society. R.White del. & sc. 16S1 ; — 
and Thirty-one Plates of Natural History, engraved at his 
expense. 

cxxv. 

DiPLOMATA et StATUTA ReGALIS SOCIETATIS LON- 

DINI, pro Scientia Naturali Proinovenda : Jussu 
Pi'ffisidis et Concilii edita. 

MDCCLXXVi. Quarto, 113 pages. 

First printed in 1718, and reprinted in 1728, both in duo- 
decimo ; a third time in octavo in 1752; and for a fourth 
time, with the necessary Corrections in the Statutes, in 1776, 
as above noticed. 

CXXVI. 
BiBLlOTHECA NoRFOLClANA : sive Catalogus Libb. 
Manuscriptorum et Impressorum in omiii Arte et 
Lingua, quos Illiistriss. Princeps Heiiricus Dux 
Norlblciag, Sec. Regia3 Societati Londinensi pro Sci- 
entia Naturali promovenda donavit. 

LoNDiNi : Excudelmt Ric. Chiswel, pennissu Regiae Societatis. 
1681. Quarto, 179 pages. 

CXXVII. 

A Copy of the Royal Charter and Statutes of the So- 
ciety of Antiquaries of London, (incorporated 
in 17.51,) and of Orders and Regulations established 
by the Council of the S(;ciety. Printed by Order of 
the Council for the use of the INIembers. 

London: Printed byT. Pjensley, Bolt Court, Fleet Street. 1800. 
Quarto, 52 pages. 



LONDON (British Afuseum). 743 

CXXVllI. 

Abstract of the Instrument of Institution and Laws of 
the Royal Academy of Arts in London, esta- 
blished December 10, 1758: together with the Laws 
and Reo;ulations for' the Students, Rules and Orders 
of the Schools and Library, and for the Exhibition. 

London : Printed by J. Cooper, Printer to the Royal Academy, 
MDCCXcvii. Octavo, 52 pages 

CXXIX. 

BRITISH MUSEUM. 

1. The Will of Sir Hans Sloane, Bar*' deceased. London J 
Printed for John Virtuoso, near Crane Court, Fleet Street. 
1753. Octavo. 

2. Authentic Copies of the Codicils belonging to the last Will 
and Testament of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart, deceased, which re- 
late to his Collection of Books and Curiosities. — London : 
Printed (by order of his Executors) by Daniel Browne, near 
Temple Bar. 1753. Octavo. 

3. Act of 26 Geo. H. for the purchase of the Museum or Col- 
lection of Sir Hans Sloane, and of the Harleian Collection of 
MSS. and for providing of one general Repository for the 
better Reception of these Collections, and of the Cottonian 
Library. — Lond. 1794. (First printed in 1754.) Duodecimo. 

4. Acts and Votes of Parliament relating to the British Mu- 
seum, with the Statutes and Rules thereof, and the Succes- 
sion of the Trustees and Officers; with a Supplement. — 
Lond. 1805-8. Octavo. 

5. Statutes and Rules relating to the Inspection and Use of the 
British Museum, and for the better Security and Preservation 
of the same. By order of the Trustees. — Lond. 1768. Duo- 
decimo. (First printed in octavo in 1759) 

6. A View of the British Museum, or a regular Account of what 

is most remarkable there. Octavo. 

7. The General Contents of the British Museum; with Re- 
marks, serving as a Directory in viewing that noble Cabinet. 
The Second Edition, 1762, Octavo. (First printed in 176I.) 

8. Letters on the British Museum. — London, 1 767. Duodc' 

cimO) 94 pages. 



744 LONDON (British Museum). 

9. Synopsis of the Contents of the British Museum. — Seventh 
Edition. Octavo. Lond. 1814. (First printed in 1808.) 

10. Minerva Triumphans : The Muse's Essay to the Honour of 
that generous Foundation, the Cotton Library, as it is now 
given to the Pubhc ; confirmed by Act of ParUament. Lon- 
don. 1701. Folio. 

11. Catalogus Librorum Maimscriptorum BibHotheese Cotto- 
nianae : cui praemittuntur ilkistris Viri D. Roberti Cottoni, Eq. 
Aur. et Bar, Vita : et Bibhothecae Cottonianae Historia et 
Synopsis. Scriptore Thoma Smitho, Ecclesias Anghcanse 
Presbytero. Oxon. 1696. Folio. 

12. A Report from the Committee appointed to view the Cot- 
ton ian Library, and such of the Publiek Records as thev think 
proper, and to report to the House the Condition thereof, 
with what they will judge fit to be done for the better Recep- 
tion, Preservation, and more convenient Use of the same. 
Published ])y order of the House of Commons. With an 
Appendix, containing a Narrative of the Fire at Ashburnham 
House, Oct. 23, I73i ; and an Account of such MSS. and 
other Curiosities of this Library as were destroyed or injured 
thereby, by David Caslev, Deputy Librarian : and the State 
of the Records of the Courts of Chancery, Common Law, 
the Exchequer, and. Dutchy Court of Lancaster, in the respec- 
tive Offices. — London. 1732. Folio. 

13. A Catalogue of the Manuscripts of the King's Library: 
An Appendix to the Catalogue of the Cottonian Library: 
together with an Account of Books burnt or damai^ed by a 
late Fire. One hundred and fifty Specimens of the Manner 
of writing in different Ages, from the Third to the Fifteenth 
Century, in Copper-plates ; and some 01)scrvations upon 
MSS. in a Preface. By David Casley.^ Deputy Librarian. 

London : Printed for the Author : and sold by him at the said 
Libraries, now in the Old Dormitory of Westminster School; 
and also by Robert Gosling, at the Mitre and Crown, in Fleet 
Street; and John Brindlcy, at the King's Arms, in New Bond 
Street, mdccxxxiv. Quarto. 

Title-page as above. 

The Preface, giving some Account of this Work, with some 
Observations upon MSS. [*a2-*c4] p. iii-xxiv. 

The Catalogue of Manuscripts, [B-Rr4] 312 pages. 

An Appendix to the Catalogue of the Cottonian Library : shew- 
ing what Books were burnt or damaged by the Fire that hap- 
pened therein, 23 Oct. 1731, and what "were saved. Also 



LONDON {British Museum). 745 

some Emendations and Additions to the said Catalogue, and 
an Account of tlie Copper-plates, [ss-zz4] p. 313-360. 

Index, 23 pages. 

With Specimens of One hundred and fifty Handwritings, drawn 
and engraven by John Tinney, on sixteen Plates, in chronolo- 
gical Order ; placed after page 360. 

14. A Catalogue of the Manuscripts of the Cottonian Library; 
with an Appendix, containing an Account of the Damage 
sustained by the Fire in 1731 ; and also a Catalogue of the 
Charters preserved in the same Library. — London: Printed 
for S. Hooper, 1777. Octavo. 



13. A Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Cottonian Library, 
deposited in the British Museum. Printed by Command of 
His Majesty, King George III. &:c. (Sec. &c. in pursuance of 
an Address of the House of Commons of Great Britain. 
ISOt'. Folio. 

Half Title. Title-page as above. 

Address of the House of Commons. — Commission for executing 
the Measures recommended by the House of Commons re- 
specting the Public Records of the Kingdom, and Order for 
carrying- the same into execution, 4 pages. 

Preface, signed J.Planta, and dated from the British Museum, 
Dec. 23, 1801 ; and Table of the Order of the References, 
p.ix-xvi. 

The Catalogue, and A[)pendix, [b-7s] 618 pages. 

Index, [7t-So] 75 pages. 



IG. A Catal()f;uc of the Ilarleian Collection of Manuscripts, 
purchased by Authority of Parliament forlhe Use of the Pub- 
lick, and preserved in the British Museum. Published by 
Order of the Trustees. In Two Volumes. 

London : Printed by Dryden Leach ; and sold by L. Davis and 
C. Reymers, opposite Gray's Inn, Holborn. mdcci.ix. Folio.. 
VOL. I.' 

Half Title. Title-page as above. 

The Preface, which was afterwards added, giving a general Ac- 
count of the Harleian Collection of Manuscripts, was drawn 
up by Mr. Astle, and is dated 24th December 1762, 29 pages. 

Advertisement, 2 pages. 

A Table, comparing the Knmhera by which the Manuscripts 
were formerly known, with the present Numbers of the Ca- 
talogue, 2 pages. 



746 LONDox (British Museum). 

The Catalogue, No. 1-18^7, [s-ieE] not paged. 

VVitli a lialF lene^th Portrait of the Right Honourable Robert 
Harlcv, P2arl of" Oxford and Earl Mortimer, Lord High Trea- 
smxr of Great Britain in the Reign of Queen Anne, in the 
Robes of the Order of the Garter : to which are subjoined 
his Arms, and Four Lines from Pojje. G. Kneller pinx'- 
G. Vertue so. 

VOL. H. 

Half Title, and Title-page as before. 

The Catalogue continued, No. 18.6S-7fil8 [*B-8z]. 
N. B. Signatures "^b-**b are repeated. 

Index, [b-y 2] 84 pages. 

With a whole length Portrait, in his Robes, of the Right Ho- 
nourable Edward Harley, Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer, 
Son of Robert Harley, Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer, 
Lord High Treasurer of Great Britain, &:c. Michael Dahl 
pinx*^- Geo. Vertue so. 1743. 



17. A Catalogue of the Harleian Manuscripts in the British 
Museum ; with Indexes of Persons, Places, and Matters. 
Printed by Command of His Majesty King George HI. in 
pursuance of an Address of the House of Commons of Great 
Britain. In Four Volumes. Folio. 

Vol. L dated 1808, contains 656 pages, [b-SdS] besides the 
Address, Commission, and Order for ))rinting this Edition of 
the Catalogue, 4 pages. — The original Preface, 29 pages. — A 
second Preface, by the ReV' R. Nares, dated February 1 6O9, 
6 pages : — and the Comparative Table, 2 pages. 

Vol. H. [b-9a2] 735 pages. 

Vol. HL [b-6x2] 540 pages. 

Vol. IV. General Indexes to the whole Work, compiled by T. H. 
Home, one of the Librarians of the Surry Institution, [a-6p] 
518 pases; besides a Preface, dated P^ .Ian'- 1812; and a 
classed Table of Contents, 8 pages. 

18. A Catalogue of the Manuscripts preserved in the British 
Museum, hitherto undescribed, consisting of Five Thousand 
Volumes; including the Collections of Sir Hans Sloane, Bar*- 
the Rev. Thomas Birch, D.D. and about Five Hundred Vo- 
lumes bet|ueathed, presented, or purchased at various times. 
In Two Volumes. By SAMUJiL Avscougii, Clerk. 

London : Printed for the Compiler, by .lohn Rivington, jun^ 
S' John's Stiuaie, Clerkem^cll. mucclxxxii. Quarto. 



LONDON (British Aluseum). 747 

Vol. I. Containing Theology, Ecclesiastical History, History, 
Commerce, Arts, Mathematics, Astronomy, Philosophy, and 
Chemistry, [b-xxx 2] 51 1 pages, exclusive of the Preface of 
14 pages. 

Vol. n. Containing Medicine, Natural History, Voyages, Gram- 
mars, &c. Literary History, Biography, Letters, Poetry, Ju- 
dicial Astrology, Magic, Miscellaneous, MSS. in Icelandic 
and Oriental Languages, [e-ndds] p. 513-909. 

With Two Indexes ; the First, of the Numher of Volumes, and 
the Pages in the Catalogue on which they are descrihed, and 
Errata, [Eee-Ttt] 58 pages; and the Second, an Index of 
Names, [a-cc] i02 pages. 



19. A Catalogue of the MSS. in the British Museum hitherto 
undescrihed, including the Collections of Sir Hans Sloane, 
Bart., the ReV T. Birch, &c. — Lond. 1782. Quarto. 

20. A Catalogue of the entire Collection of Manuscripts, on 
Paper and Vellum, of the late Most Nohle William, Marquis 
of Lansdowne. In Two Volumes ; containing the Burleigh 
and Shelburne State Papers. Octavo, ISO/. 

Vol. I. [b-3l2] 4 44 pages, and Preface, 4 pages. 
Vol. II. [b-q] 146 pages, and two pages of Contents. 



21. A Catalogue of the Lansdowne Manuscripts in the British 
Museum, with Indexes of Persons, Places, and Matters. — 
Part I. containing the Burghley Papers. — Lond. 1812. Folio, 
234 pages, and Indexes [a-y 2] . 



22. Lihrorum Impressorum qui in Museo Britannico adservantur 

Catalogus. — Folio, 2 vol. Lond. mdcclxxxvii. 
Vol. I. [b-5z2] and three pages of Corrigenda. 
Vol. II. [a-6c 2] and four pages of Corrigenda. 

23. Lihrorum Impressorum qui in Museo Britannico adservan- 

tur Catalogus. — Vol. Octavo. Lond. 1813-1816. 
N. B. This new and enlarged edition of the Catalogue is now 
in a course of publication. Five Volumes already printed. 



24. MUSEUM BRITANNICUM: or, a Display in Thirty- 
two Plates, in Antiquities and Natural Curiosities, in that 
noble and magnificent Cabinet, the British Museum, after 
the original Designs from Nature, by John and Andrew Van 



748 LONDON (British Museum). 

Rymsdyk, Pictors. The Second Edition, revised and cor- 
rected bv P. Boyle. Dedicated (by Permission) to His Royal 
Highness the Prince of Wales. 

London : Printed for the Editor, by J. Moore, No. 134, Drury 
Lane; and sold by T. Hookham, Bond Street, mdccxci. 
Folio. (First printed in 1778.) 

Title-page as above, with the Arms of the Prince of Wales as a 
Vignette. 

Dedication, signed P. Boyle. The Advertisement, 2 pages. 

The Names of Subscribers, 7 pages. 

Preface to the Reader, page i-x. 

The Names and Numbers of the several Things contained in the 
Museum of the late Sir Hans Sloane, Bart, together with an 
Abstract of Sir William Hamilton's Collection of Antiquities, 
p.xi-xii. 

Index, p. xiii-xvii. 

The Descriptive letter-press, [b-z 2] 88 pages. 

With Thirty separate Engravings ; the Vignette in the Title- 
page, and an antique Goat's Head on page x of the Preface. 

23. Egyptian Monuments, from the Collection formed by the 
National Institute under the Direction of Bonaparte, and 
given up to the British Troops under Lord Hutchinson, on 
the Capitulation of Alexandria by General Menou, now depo- 
sited in the British Museum. Oblong folio. 

From Drawings by W. Alexander, F.S.A. and engraved by 
T. Medland. 

1. The Sarcophagus in which the embalmed Body of Alex- 

ander the Great was 'deposited : taken from the Mosque 
of S' Athanasius. 

2. A Division of the right side of the Sarcophagus of Alex- 

ander the Great. 

3. Left side of a Sarcophagus of Granite, from Cairo, com- 

monly called the Lovers Fountain. 

4. Fragment of Stone from the environs of Alexandria. 

5. Sarcophagus of Basalt from Menouf, with the Fillet of Hie- 

roglyphics surrounding it. 

6. Inside of the Fragment of a Sarcophagus from Upper 

Egypt. 

7. Sixth or Center Division of the Sarcophagus of Alexander 

the Great. 

8. The Four sides of an Obelisk of Basalt from Upper Egypt. 

9. First Division of the Sarcophagus of Alexander the Great. 



LONDON {British Museum). 749 

10. The Four sides of an Obelisk of Basalt from Upper Egypt. 

1 1 . Outside of a Fragment of a Sarcophagus from Upper Egypt. 

12. Feet end of the Granite Sarcophagus, commonly called the 

Lovers Fountain. 

13. Head and Feet of the Sarcophagus of Alexander the Great, 

inside. 

14. Second Division of the inside of the Sarcophagus of Alex- 

ander tlie Great. 

15. Head end of the Lovers Fountain. 

16. Fourth Division of the Sarcophagus, commonly called the 

Lovers Fountain. 

17. A Division of the right side of the Sarcophagus of Alex- 

ander the Great. 
IS. Fourth Division of the Sarcophagus of Alexander the Great, 

inside. 
19. Third Division of the same. 
20-21. Plans of the several Divisions on the Sarcophagus of 

Alexander the Great. 



26. The Tomb of Alexander ; a Dissertation on the Sarcophagus 
brought from Alexandria, and now in the British Museum, by 
Edward Daniel Clarke, LL.D. Fellow of Jesus College, Cam- 
bridge. 

Cambridge: Printed by R. Watts, at the University Press, for 
J.. Mawman, in the Poultry : and sold by Payne, Mews Gate, 
London ; by Deighton and Barrett, Cambridge 3 and Han- 
well and Parker, Oxford. 1805. Quarto. 

Half Title. Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the Right Honourable Lord Hutchinson. 

Contents, and List of Plates, 2 pages. 

Introduction, [a 3-c 3] p. 5-22. 

Testimonies respecting the Tomb of Alexander, [c A-m 4] p. 23- 
95. 

Additional Notes, Appendix, and Postscript, [ri-x] p. 97-161. 

Errata, and Directions to the Binder, 2 pages. 

PLATES. 

i. The Sarcophagus in which the embalm'd Body of Alex- 
ander the Great was deposited by Ptolemy : taken from 
the Ruin of the Soma in Alexandria. W. Alexander del. 
T. Medland sc. To face the Title, 
ii. Portrait of Alexander the Great, from a Silver Tetradrachm 
of Lysimachus, in the possession of the Author. Henry 
Howard, A.R A. del. Anker Smith, A.R.A. sc. p. 23. 

PART II. 5 D 



'.50 LONDOIST {British Museum). 

Another Portrait of Alexander, from a Gold Medal of Ly- 
sinuichiis ; the Reverse of the Silver Tetradrachm of 
Lysimachus ; and the Reverse of the Gold Medal. On 
the letter-press of p. 23. 

iii. View of the interior of the Ruin of the Soma, in Alex- 
andria, now called the Moscjue of S' Athanasius, with 
the Santtnarv enclosing the Tomb of Alexander, and the 
Manner of worshipping it, as practised before tlie Ar- 
rival of the French in Egypt. Denon del. T. Medland 
sc. p. 28. 

iv. Elevation and Plan of the Tomb of Alexander, p. 41. 
V. Ground Plan of the Soma, mention'd by Strabo, now the 
Mosque of S' Athanasius. p. 61. 



.27. A Letter addressed to the Gentlemen of the British Mu- 
seum, by the Author of the Dissertation on the Alexandrian 
Sarcophagus. 

Cambridge: Printed by R. Watts, Printer to the University; 
and sold by Payne, Pall Mall ; and by Cadell and Davies, 
Strand, London. ISO?. Quarto, eight pages. 

28. A Description of the Collection of ancient Marbles in the 

British Museum; with Engravings. Part I-II. 
London : Printed by W. Buhner and Co. Cleveland Row : and 
sold at the British Museum; by G. andW. Nicol, Booksellers 
to His Majesty, Pall Mall; W.' Miller, Albemarle Street; and 
Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Co. Paternoster Row, 
1812. Quarto. 

PART L 
Half Title, and Title-page as al)ove, on which is a Plate repre- 
senting a part of the Capital of a votive Cippus. W. Alex- 
ander, F.S.A. del. George Cooke sc. 
Introduction, signed Tavlor Combe, and dated British Museum, 

January 27^''- 1812, 2 pages. 
Contents, being the List of the Engravings, 2 pages. 
Letter-press description fronting each Plate. 

PLATES, (drawn by W. Alexander.) 
i. A Colossal Head of Minerva. C.Picartsc. 
ii. A Cinerary Urn, and a general View of the Figures sur- 
rounding it. Thomson sc. 
iii. The Foot of a Tripod Table. Picart sc. 
iv. An Architectural Statue of a Female, with a Modius on 
her Head. W. Brondcy sc. 



LONDON (Brili^h Museum). 75\ 

V, A Candelabrum, and the Figures represented on its two 

sides. Thomson sc. 
vi. The triangular Base of a Candelabrum, with the Fi- 
gures on its sides. C. Armstrong sc. 
vii. A Bacchanalian Vase, and a general View of the Fi- 
gures surrounding it. Armstrong sc. 
viii. A Statue of Venus. C. Picart sc. 
ix. A Bacchanalian \'ase, and the Figures represented on 

the Front of it, W. Bromley sc. 
X. A Fountain. Thomson sc. 

xi. A Colossal Bust of the Farnese Hercules. C. Heath sc, 
xii. A Colos'>al Bust of Hercules, of very ancient sculpture. 

C. Picart sc. 
xiii. A Fragment of one of the supports of a Tripod. Pi- 
cart sc. 
xiv. The Capital of a votive Cippus, with Views of the back 

and the two sides. Thomson sc. 
XV. One of the Feet or Supports of a Table. Armstrong sc. 
xvi. A Colossal Head of Minerva, of very early sculpture. 
C. Picart sc. 

PAPtT H. 
Half Title and Title-page as before, dated 1815, with a vignette 
Representation of the Masks of Tragedy and Comedy. W. 
Alexander del. G. Cooke sc. 
Preliminary Observation, signed Taylor Combe ; and Descrip- 
tion of the Vignette, 2 pages. 
Contents, being the List of Engravings. 
Corrections, a separate slip. 
Descriptive pages of letter- press. 

PLATES, (drawn by W. Alexander.) 
Gallery of Antiquities, British Museum, West side of the 
Third Room. Folded. H. Moses sc. To follow the 
Table of Contents. 
Gallery of Antiquities, British Museum, East side of the 
Third Room. Folded. H. Moses sc. To follow the 
Table of Contents, 
i. A Faun and Nymph. E. Scriven sc. 
ii. A Candelabrum. Burnett sc. 
iii. A Funeral Column. J. C. Bromley sc. 
iv. Bacchus received as a Guest by Icarus. Burnett sc. 
V. Warriors consulting the Oracle of Apollo. Romneysc, 
vi. Castor managing a Horse. C. Armstrong sc. 
vii. Hercules securing the Msenalian Stag. Rivers sc. 
viii. (A Blank has been left at No.VHI. in Room HI. which 



\ 



752 LONDON (British Museum). 

is not yet filled up, and there is consequently no 
Plate of that number.) 
ix. Three Subjects in different Compartments. J.C.Brom- 
ley sc. 
X. A Festoon of Vine Branches, supported by the Sculls of 

Bulls. Thomson sc. 
xi. Castor and Pollux on Horseback. J. C. Bromley sc. 
I xii. A Bacchanalian Procession of three Figures. J. T. 
Wedgwood sc. 
xiii. Victory offering a libation to Apollo. Burnett sc. 
xiv. An Arabesque Ornament. J. C. Bromley sc. 
XV. The Centaur Nessus carrying Deianira in his Arms. 

J. C. Bromley sc. 
xvi. A Cow suckling her Calf. G. Cooke sc. 
xvii. Two terminal Heads, joined back to back, of the 

bearded Bacchus, and of Libera. H. Cook sc. 
xviii. A Statue of the Goddess Fortune with a Modius on 
her Head. Cheesman sc. 
xix. A terminal Head of the bearded Bacchus. T.Wool- 

noth sc. 
XX. A Head, probably of Hippocrates. HoU sc. 
xxi. A terminal Head of Mercury. C. Picart sc. 
xxii. A Statue of Venus. W. Bromley sc. 
xxiii. A Head of one of the Homeric Heroes. W. Bromley sc. 
xxiv. A Statue of a laughing Faun. J. Scott sc. 
XXV. A terminal Head of Homer. W. Bromley sc. 
xxvi. A Bust of Sophocles. Angus sc. 

xxvii. A terminal Head of the bearded Bacchus. E. Scrivensc. 
xxviii. A Statue of a Female seated on the Ground. Worth- 
ington sc. 
xxix. An entire Terminus of the bearded Bacchus crowned 

with a narrow Diadem. W. Skelton sc. 
XXX. A terminal Head of the bearded 15acchus, crowned with 

a broad Diadem. Worthington sc. 
xxxi, A Statue of a Youth seated on the Ground, with one 
Leg bent under him, and the other stretched out, 
biting the Arm of another Boy with whom he has 
(juarrclled at the Game of Osselets. T Wedgwood sc. 
xxxii. A terminal Head of Pericles, helmeted. Pici.rt sc. 
xxxiii. A Statue of a naked Faun. C. Picart sc. 
xxxiv. A terminal Head of Epiciuus. W. Skelton sc. 
XXXV. A terminal Statue of Pan, playing upon a Pipe. Worth- 
ington sc. 
xx.^vi, A Greek Inscription upon a circular Shield, cont?iining 



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/ oo 



the Names of the Ephebi of Athens, under Alca- 
menes. M. Lowry sc. 
xxxvii. A terminal Statue, supposed to be that of Venus Ai- 
chitis. Findeu sc. 
xxxviii. A circular Votive Patera, engraved on both sides. 
J. Roife sc. 
xxxix. An unknown bronze Head, supposed to be that of 
Pindar. Armstrong sc. 
xl. A circular Votive Patera, with a Head of Pan, in high 

relief. Bromley sc. 
xli. A Greek Se[nilchral Monument, with a bas-relief. 

.T. C. Bromley sc. 
xlii. A terminal Head of Pcriander, tyrant of Corinth. 

Scott sc. 
xliii. A Statue of a naked Faun. A. Smith sc. 
xliv. An unknown terminal Head crowned with a narrow 

Diadem. W. Bond sc. 
xlv. A Statue of Actaeon attacked by his Dogs. Worthiri"^- 

ton sc. 
xlvi. A terminal Head of the young Hercules. J. T.Wedg- 
wood sc. 

N. B. Of this portion of the Work, which will be continued, 
there are copies on Large Paper. 

29. A Description of the Collection of ancient Terracottas in 
the British Museum ; with Engravings. 

London : Printed by W. Bulmer and Co. Cleveland Row : and 
sold at the British Museum ; and by G. and W, Nicol, Book- 
sellers to His Majesty, Pall Mall. 1810. Quarto. 

Half Title, and Title-page as above, with a Vignette from a Bas- 
relief which, when perfect, represented Apollo with his left Arm 
thrown over a Lyre. W. Alexander, F.S.A. del. G. Cooke sc. 

Introduction by Taylor Combe, and dated " British Museum, 
May 16, 1810," with a Description of the Vignette in the 
Title-page, p. v-viii. 

Explanations of the Plates, [b-f4] 39 pages. 

PLATES, (from Drawings by W. Alexander.) 
i. Gallery of Antiquities, British Museum, South side of 

the First Room. Folded. Henry Moses sc. 
ii. Gallery of Antiquities, British Museum, North side of 

the First Room. Folded. H. Moses sc. 
iii, A Statue of a Female, probably one of the Muses. 
W. Bromley sc. 



7o4 LONDON" {British Museum). 

iv. A Combat between two Amazons and two Griffins, and 
the Head of a Triton, on each side of which is a Cu- 
pid riding on a Dolphin. H. Moses sc. 
V. Bacchus and Cupid, with a Bacchante dancing, and 

playing upon a Tabor. R. Rhodes sc. 
vi. Two Bas-reliefs representing Combats between the 

Arimaspi and Griffins. C. Heath sc. 
vii. Head of a Medusa with Wings, and two Chinuieras lap- 
ping Water from Vessels held by two Youths in Asi- 
atic Dresses. Anker Smith sc. 
viii. A Bas-relief representing a Female in deep Affliction, 
and a Fragment of Medusa's Head. Bromley sc. 
ix. A bearded Bacchus and a Bacchante, each of them 
holding a Thyrsus ; with an imperfect Head of Mi- 
nerva and Jupiter. Neagle sc. 
X. Minen'a superintending the construction of the Ship 

Argo. W. Skelton sc. 
xi. Venus, on the Ocean, riding on a Sea Horse, and Vic- 
tory pouring out a libation to Apollo. J. Fittler sc. 
xii. A Candelabrum lighted for a Sacrifice ; and a Bas-re- 
lief representing Machaon after he has been wounded. 
A. Cardon sc. 
xiii. Bacchus and a Faun. L. Schiavonetti sc. 
xiv. Two Fauns kneeling, playing on Musical Instruments, 
and a representation of two of the Seasons. W. Skel- 
ton sc. 
XV. Victory sacrificing a Bull before a lighted Candelabrum; 
and an imperfect Bas-relief representing Perseus cut- 
ting off the Head of Medusa. Anker Smith sc. 
xvi. Victory sacrificing a Bull before a small Altar; and an 
imperfect Bas-relief representing a Bacchante offering 
a Basket of Figs to the Goddess Pudicitia. W. Skel- 
ton sc. 
xvii. Two Fauns gathering Grapes into Baskets, and a Bac- 
chus leaning on the Shoulders of a Faun. W. Skel- 
ton sc. 
xviii. Two Fauns leaning over an open Vessel, and a Trophy 
erected by Trajan to commemorate liis Conquest over 
Deccbalus. W. Bromley sc. 
xix. Paris carrynig off Helen in a Car drawn by four Horses, 
and a Bas relief representing Egyptian Hierogly- 
phicks. G. Cooke sc. 
XX. Two Persons navigating the Nile in a Boat, and an 
imperfect Bas-rclicf representing a Vase with two 



LONDON (British Museum). 755 

Handles : on the right side are a Panther^ a Thyrsus, 
and the letter A. G. Cooke sc. 
xxi. A Statue of the Muse Urania. Worthington sc. 
xxii. A Statue of a Muse, the Head of which is lost. W. Skel- 
ton sc. 

xxiii. Two Bas-reliefs : the one representing a short naked 
human Figure with a Beiird ; he holds in each Hand 
the Stem of a Plant, on each side is seated a Qua- 
druped, whose Head is that of an elderly Man : and 
the other. Three Cupids supporting Festoons of 
Fruit on their Shoulders. G. Cooke sc. 

xxiv. The infant Bacchus in a Cradle, carried hy a young 

Faun and Bacchante, both dancing : — with the Head 

of Pan between two Heads of Satyrs. L. Schiavo- 

netti sc. 

XXV. Bacchus received as a Guest by Icarus. Anker Smith sc. 

xxvi. Two Fauns seated on the Backs of Panthers ; also a 
Bull and a Lion running in contrary directions. 
G. Cooke sc. 

xxvii. A lighted Candelabrum, composed entirely of a Plant, 
having a Priestess on each side : also two of the Sea- 
sons, Autumn and Winter. Neagle sc. 
xxviii. The Goddess Salus feeding a crested Serpent out of a 
Patera ; and a Warrior consulting the Oracle of 
Apollo. W. Bromley sc. 

xxix. A lighted Candelabrum, on each side of which stands a 
Priestess, with a Basket on her Head, ready to per- 
form a Sacrifice. Neagle sc. 
XXX. Theseus slaying one of the Centaurs ; and two Fauns 
treading out the Juice of Grapes in a Wine-press. 
W. Bromley sc. 

xxxi. A Chariot Race in the Games of the Circus, and a 
Mask of Bacchus between those of Silenus and of a 
young Faun. G. Cooke sc. 

xxxii. Two Captives seated in a Car drawn by two Horses ; 
and a Head of Jupiter Ammon resting on a Flower, 
supported on each side by a Faun. C. Heath sc. 

xxxiii. Victory standing on the Root of a Plant, and two Fauns 
gathering Grapes into Baskets. W. Bromley sc. 

xxxiv. Two Fauns gathering Grapes into Baskets, and Victory 
sacrificing a Bull before a small Altar. W. Skelton sc. 

XXXV, A Warrior on Horseback seizing an Amazon ; and Ve- 
nus seated upon a Swan on the point of flying. 
Neagle sc. 



756 LONDON {Red-Cross-Street Librarij). 

xxxvi, Cupid pressing Psyche to his Breast; and a Cupid 
flying with a Palm Branch in one Hand and a Chap- 
let in the other. Neagle sc. 
xxxvii. A terminal Head of the bearded Bacchus. W.Skelton sc. 
xxxviii. A female Statue, the Head of which is crowned with 
Ivy. Worthington sc. 
xxxix. A female Statue, unknown, Worthington sc. 

xl. A female Statue, probably of the Goddess Juno, 
W. Bromley sc. 

N. B. There are copies of this publication on Large Paper. 



30. Veterum Populorum et Regum Numi qui in Museo Britan- 

nico adservantur. 
LoNDiNi : Typis Ricardi et Arthuri Taylor, mdcccxiv. Quarto, 
Title-page as above. 

Procemium, signed Taylor Combe, Jan. I9, 1814, p. iii-viii. 
Ordo Numorum Geographicus, 2 pages. 
Numi Veterum Populorum et Regum, [b-i i 3] 246 pages. 
Indexes, [ii4-Ll2] 10 pages. 
Descriptio Tabularum, 6 pages. 

With Fifteen Plates of Coins and Monograms. H. Corbould del. 
H. Moses sc. 

cxxx. 

Memoirs of the Life and Eminent Conduct of 
that Learned and Reverend Divine Daniel Wil- 
liams, D.D. M-ith some Account of his Scheme for 
the vigorous Propagation of Religion, as well in En- 
gland as in Scotland, and several other Parts of the 
World. Addressed to Mr. Pierce. 

London : Printed for E. Curll, at the Dial and Bible, against 
S' Dunstan's Church, in Fleet Street, mdccxviii. Octavo^ 
86 pages. 

CXXXI. 

A True Copy of the Last Will and Testament of the 
late Reverend Daniel Williams, D.D. 

London: Printed for R. Burleigh, in Amen Corner. M\h 
Octavo, 45 pages. 



LONDON {Royal Institution). 757 

CXXXII. 

BiBLiOTiiECAE quaiii Vir Doctus et admodum Reve- 

rendus Daniel Williams, S.T.P. Bono publico 

lewavit, Cataloiius. 
LoNDiNi : Typis Jacobi Bettenliam. mdccxxvii, [B-Ggg2] 

414 pages, exclusive of Notice to the Reader, 2 pages; and 

Index and Errata, 4 pages. Octavo. This Catalogue was also 

reprinted in 1801, in octavo. 
Appendix ad Catalogum Bibliothecae Danielis Williams, 

ST. P. — Lond. MDcccviii, 28 pages. — A Second Appendix, 

consisting of 64 pages, was printed in 1814. 

CXXXIII. 

ROYAL INSTITUTION. 

Prospectus of the Royal Institution of Great 
Britain, incorporated by Charter MDCCC. Patron, 
the King ; Avith a Copy of the Charter and a List of 
the Subscribers. 

London : Printed for the Royal Institution, by W. Bulmer and 
Co. Cleveland Row, St. James's. Octavo, 7 1 pages. 

CXXXIV. 

The Charter and By-Laws of the Royal Insti- 
tution of Great Britain : together with a List of 
the Proprietors and Subscribers; the Annual Report 
.of the Visitors, and the Regulations of the Libraij ; 
and Collection of Reference. 

London : From the Press of the Royal Institution of Great 
Britain, Albemarle Street; W. Savage, Printer. 1803. Oc- 
tavo, 120 pages. 

cxxxv. 

Catalogue of the Library of the Royal Insti- 
tution of Great Britain, methodically arranged : 
with an alphabetical Index of Authors, by WiLLIAM 
Harris, Keeper of the Library. 

London: Printed by William Savage, Bedford Bury, Printer to 

the Royal Institution. I8O9. Octavo, 498 pages. 

N. B. There arc Large Paper copies of this Catalogue. 

PART 11. 5 E 



758 LONDON {London Institution, S^c.) 

CXXXVI. 

London Institution. — l. Charter of the London Institution, 
under the Great Seal of the United Kingdom of Great Bri- 
tain and Ireland, dated 2P' January IS07. London: Printed 
by Phillips and Pardon, George Yard, Lombard Street. 1807. 
Octavo, '29 pages. 

2. Plan and By-Laws of the London Institution, for the Ad- 
vancement of Literature and the Diffusion of useful Know- 
ledge : determined upon at a General Meeting of the Pro- 
prietors, October 1 7, 1 805 ; with a List of the Proprietors 
and Life Subscribers. I80G. Octavo, 73 pages. 

3. A Catalogue of the Library of the London Institution. — 
London : Printed by Richard Taylor and Co. Printers Court, 
Shoe Lane. 1813. Oc/ai^o, 750 pages. 

CXXXVIL 
ORIGINES JURIDICIALES: or Historical 
Memorials of the Englisli Laws, Courts of Justice, 
Forms of Tryall, Punishment in Cases Criminal, 
Law Writers, Law Books, Grants and Settlements of 
Estates, Degree of Serjeant, Innes of Court and 
Chancery. Also A Chronologie of the Lord 
Chancellors and Keepers of the Great Seal, Lord 
Treasurers, Justices Itinerant, Justices of the Kings 
Bench and Common Pleas, Barons of the Exche- 
quer, Masters of the Rolls, Kings Attorneys and Sol- 
licitors, and Serjeants at Law. By William Dug- 
DALE, Esq. N"orroy King of Arms. 

London : Printed by F. and T. Warren, for the Author. 
MDCLXvi. Folio. 

Title-page as above, printed with black and red ink. 

The ^^ Imprimatur" signed Orl. Bridgeman and Mathew Hale, 
dated 2 4 Mali, I666. To front the Title. 

Jiatin Dedication to Edward Hide, Earl of Clarendon. 

Preface, 3 pages. 

Origities Juridiciales, [i3-Ggg2] 332 pages. 

Half Title : " Chronica Series Cancellariorum et Custodum 
Magni Sigilli ; Thesaurariorum ; Justiciariorum Itinerantium, 
Justiciariorum ad Placita coram Rege et de Comniuni Banco, 



LONDOiS' {Inns of Court). 759 

Baronum de Scaccario, Magistroium Rotulorum, Attornato- 
Tum et Sollicitatorum Regis, servientium ad Legem, per Gu- 
lielmum Dugdale, Warwicensem, Norroy Regem Armorum." 

Chronica Series Cancellariorum, &c. printed in columns be- 
tween lines, [A-Gg] 1 13 pages. 

The Index, [nh] 2 pages. Errata, 1 page. 

Errors of paging : — pages 95-6, [lib] of the " Chronica " are 

repeated, and follow. 

PLATES. 

1. Portrait of Edward Hide, Earl of Clarendon- D. Loggan 

ad vivmn sculp . To face the De(Hcation; and fronts 
p. 1 12 of the Second and Third Editions. 

2. The Seal of Robert Grimbald. — Monument of John Co- 

kaine at Ashburne in Derbyshire. — Figures of Sir 
William Haward, Kn'' Richard Pycot and John Haugh, 
in the Windows of the Church of Long Melford in Suf- 
folk. On the letter-press of p. 100. 
3-5. Fifty-six Shields of Arms in the Windows of the Middle 
and Inner Temple Halls. On the letter-press of pages 
184, 185, ISfi. 
6-13. One hundred and sixty Shields of Arms in the Windows 
of the Middle and Inner Temple Halls, On the letter- 
press of pages 223-230. 

14-18. One hundred and seventeen Shields of Arms in the 
Windows of the Hall and Chapel of Lincoln's Inn. On 
the letter-press of pages 238-242. 

19-2S. Two hundred and thirty-eight Shields, in the Windows 
of the Hall of Gray's Inn, &:c. On the letter-press of 
pages 300-309. 

29-33. One hundred and sixty-nine Shields, in the Windows of 
Serjeants Inn, Fleet Street. On the letter-press of 
pages 328-332. 

34. Twenty-five Shields of Arms in the Windows of Serjeants 

Inn, Chancery Lane. On the letter-press of p. 334. 

35. Portrait of Sir John Clenche, Kn'- W. Hollar sc. 1664. 

p. 96 of the " Chronica Series." 

36. Portrait of Sir Edward Coke, Kn^' with Arms. D, Loggan 

fee. p. 104 of the " Chronica Series." 

37. Portrait of Sir Randolph Crewe, Kn»- W. Hollar sc. 1664. 

p. 105 of the " Chronica Series." 

38. Portrait of Sir Robert Heath, Kn»- W. Hollar sc. 1664. 

p. 1 10 of the " Chronica Series." 
N. B. There are copies of this edition upon Large Paper. 



760 LONDON (Lms of Court). 

%* The ^' Second Edition, with Additions," was printed " in 
the Savoy byTho. Newcomb, for Abel Roper, John Martin, and 
Henry Herringman : and are to be sold at the Sun, in Fleet 
Street; at the Bell, in S' Paul's Church-yard; and at the An- 
chor, in the Lower Walk of the New Exchange, 1671." The 
title-page is in red and Hack ink ; the Dedication is omitted ; 
the Preface occupies 4 pages; the " Origines," [y-Hhli 2] 336 
pages; the Index, which has the signature lii, consists of 2 
pages; the " Chronica Scries Ca?icel/ariorum, &cc." [A-&g] 1 17 
pages, the Table being continued to the year 1671 ; and the 
following Errors of paging occur through the Work : page I98 
is misprinted 200 ; — pp. 343-346 for 243-246;— p. 148 for 248; 
— and pages 275, 6, 7, 8, 281, 280, 281 for pp. 27 7-283. — A 
Table of Errata, of one page, concludes the volume. — A Por- 
trait of Sir Orlandus Bridgeman, Kn' and Bar^' engraved by 
W. Faithorne, was likewise added to this second edition at 
page 1 1 6. 

The " Third Edition, with yJdditiofis," having the Title also 
printed in red and black ink, has the Author's additional ofiicial 
title thus : " By Sir William Diigdale, K'' now Garter Principal 
King of Arms," with the following imprint : " London: Printed 
for Christop. Wilkinson, Tho. Dring, and Charles Harper; and 
are to be sold at their Shops in Fleet Street, I68O." On com- 
paring this edition with the second, it has nothing more than a re- 
printed title and four additional pages: being a Continuation of 
the Tables of the Lord Chancellors, &c. to the year 1 680 : also a 
Continuation of the Catalogues of the Readers and Treasiuers of 
the Inner Temple, Middle Temple, Lincoln's Inn, and Gray's Inn, 
forming in the whole 122 pages (signatures A-nh). — The Errors 
of paging and the Table of Errata, more numerous than in the 
First edition, are precisely the same with the Second edition. — 
There are three Portraits in this edition which are not in the 
First ; and two that are not in the Second ; viz. 

1. John Sclden, Escj. R. White sculp. To front the Title- 

page, or page 1 75. 

2. Sir Orlandus Bridgeman, Kn' and Bar^ W. Faithorne ad 

viv. sculp, p. 1 16. 

3. Sir John Vaughan, Kn'. Aiio 1 674. R.White sculp, p. 11 7. 

The same plate as in his " Reports." 
N. R. This work vvas abridged and continued, first in 1 685, and 
afterwards in 1739, under the following Title: — " Chronica 
JuRiniciALiA : or an Abridgment and Continuation of Dug- 
dale's Origines Juridicialcs ; containing a Calendar of the Years 



LONDON (^Inns of Court). 761 

of our Lord God, and the Kings of England, &c. from William 
the Conqueror to the Year 1 739. With chronological Tables of 
the Names of all The Lord Chancellors, Judges, Serjeants, &;c. 
shewing the Times of their several Promotions, &;c. opposite to 
the Years in the said Calendar. Second Edition. — London. 
1739." Octavo. 

CXXXVIII. 
The History and Antiquities of the Four Inns 
of Court : namely, tlie Inner Ten)ple, IMiddle 
Temple, Lincohi's Inn, and Gray's Inn : — and of 
the Nine Inns of Chancery ; to wit, Clifibrd's 
Inn, Clement's Inn, Lion's Inn, New Inn, Strand 
Inn, Furnival's Inn, Thavies Inn, Staple Inn, and 
Barnard's Inn ; also of Serjeants Inn in Fleet Street 
and C/hancery Lane, and Scroop's Inn. 

Containing every particular Circumstance relative to each 
of them, comprized in the well-known and justly cele- 
brated Work written by Sir William Dugdale, and pub- 
lished in Folio in the Years 1666, l671,and 1 680, under 
the Title of Origines Juridiciales, &c. To which is 
subjoined an Appendix, containing several modern Or- 
ders made by the Society of Lincoln's Inn; namelv, 
for appointing a Preacher, &c. ; their summary Method 
of proceeding by Padlock, Bar, and Watch, against a 
Member who suffers an Inmate to inhabit his Chambers, 
&c. ; Order against the Benchers nominating Objects 
for the Sacrament Money, &:c. ; also List of the present 
Benchers of the Four Inns of Court. 

The whole is published by Desire of some Members of 
Parliament, in order to point out the Abuses in the Go- 
vernment of the Inns of Court and Chancery, and to 
propose such Expedients for remedying them, and regu- 
lating the Study and Practice of the Law, by Act of 
Parliament, as shall be judged necessary. 

^^ All these Inns of Court and C/imueri/ do make the most famous University 
for the profession of the Law onh/, or of out/ one human Science that is 
in the World, and advanceth itself above all others, quantum inter Vi- 
burna Cupiessus." — Sir Ed. Coke, in Pref. to '6d Report. 

London : Printed for G. Kearsley, No. 46, Fleet Street, 1 780. 
Octavo, containing Preface, Contents, and Historical Part, 
271 pages. 



762 LONDON {Inns of Court). 

N. B. This publication not meeting with a ready sale, the 
copies not disposed of were incorporated in the year 1 790 with 
The History and Antiquity of the EngHsh Laws, to which it 
formed the second vokime.^ — The title-page and date were al- 
tered, and it came before the public as follows : " Historical Me- 
morials of the English Laws, antient Parliaments, Courts of 
Justice, Forms of Trial before the Norman Conquest ; also of 
the Four Inns of Court, the Inns of Chancery, &;c. Extracted 
from Sir William Dugdale's Origines Juridiciales. In Two 
Part?. 

Part I. Containing the History and Antiquities of the En- 
glish Laws, Parliaments, &c. (274 pages.) 
Part II. Containing the History of the Four Inns of Court, 
Inns of Chancery, Seijeants Inns, Sec. (271 pages.) — Lon- 
don : Printed in the year 1790." 

CXXXIX. 

Picturesque Views; with an Historical x\ccount 
of the Inns of Court, in London and Westminster. 
By Samuel Ireland, Author of a Tour through 
Holland, Brahant, &c. ; of Picturesque Views of the 
Rivers Thames, Medway, Avon, and Wye ; and of 
Graphic Illustrations of Hogarth, &c. &c. 

London: Printed by C. Clarke, Northumberland Court, Strand; 
and published by R. Faulder, New Bond Street, and J. Eger- 
ton, Whitehall. 1800. Royal octavo. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the lit. Hon. Alexander, Lord Loughborough, 

Loid High Chancellor of Great Britain, dated Norfolk Street, 

June i buO. 
Preface, p vii-xii. 

Advertisement, announcing the Death of the Author, 1 page. 
Prints contained in this Work, 2 pages. 
Historical and Picturesque Views of the Inns of Court^ [A-ii3] 

234 pages. 
Errata, I page. 

plates. 

1. Middle Temple Gate, &c. p. 1, 

2. Temple Church, p. 9. 

3. The Inner Temple, p. 19. 



LONDON {Inns of Court). 76^ 

4. Clement's Inn. p. 69. 

5. Clifford's Inn. p. 75. 

The ancient Institutions of the Society of Clifford's Inn, 
preserved in an Oak Case. On the letter-press of p. 78. 

6. Lion's Inn. p. 81. 

7. North Front of Temple Hall. p. 83. 

8. South-west View of Middle Temple, p. 85. 

9. New Inn. p. 103. 

10. Lincoln's Inn Gate. p. 107. 

Arms over the Gateway of Lincoln's Iim. On the letter- 
press of p. 108. 

11. Lincoln's Inn Hall and Chapel, p. 111. 

12. Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn. p. 125. 

13. Furuivai's Inn. p. 163. 

14. Garden Front of Furnival's Inn. p. 167* 

15. Gray's Inn. p. 173. 

16. Staple Inn. p. 185. 

17. Barnard's Inn. p. I9I. 

18. Serjeants Inn. p. 195. 

19. Rolls Chapel, &c. p. 199. 

20. Guildhall, p. 209. 

21. Westminster Hall. p. 227. 

N. B. There are Large Paper copies of this work. 



CXL. 

Antiquities of the Inns of Court and Chancery: 
containing Historical and Descriptive Sketches rela- 
tive to their original Foundation, Customs, Ceremo- 
nies, Buildings, Government, &c. &c. with a concise 
History of the English Law. By W. Herbert. 
Embellished with Twenty-four Plates. 

London : Printed for Vernor and Hood, Poultry; J. Storer and 
J. Greig, Chapel Street, Pentonville. 1804. Royal octavo. 

Half Title. Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the Right Honourable John Scott, Lord Eldon. 
Advertisement, 2 pages. 
Contents, 4 pages. 

The Historical Part, beginning with " The Antiquity of the 
Common Law of England," [B-j3b5] 377 pages. 



7(74 LOXDOX {Turn of Court). 

Index, 7 pages. 

Directions to the Binder, 1 page. 

PLATES, 
(Drawn and engraved by J. Storer and J. Gieig.) 

1. Interior of the (Middle) Temple Hall. To face the Title. 

2. The Temple Chnrch from the Cloisters, p. 1S2. 

3. Inner Temple Hall from the King's Bench Walk. p. 192. 

4. Middle Temple Hall from the N.E. p. 21 1. 

5. S.W. View of the Middle Temple Hall. p. 243. 

6. Inside of the Temple Church, p. 259. 

7. CHfford's Inn (and Hall), p. 272. 

8. Lyon's Inn. p. 276. 

9. Clement's Inn. p. 278. 

10. New Inn. p. 282. 

11. Lincoln's Inn Great Square, p. 286. 

12. Lincoln's Inn Hall and Chapel, p. 296. 

13. Interior of Lincoln's Inn Chapel, p. 299. 

14. The Stone Buildings, from the Gardens, Lincoln's Inn. 

p. 301. 

15. Furnival's Inn, Holborn. p. 324. 

^&. Furnival's Inn, from the Inner Square, p.327. 

17. Interior of Furnival's Inn Hall. p. 328. 

18. Gray's Inn Hall and Chapel, from the Great Square, 

p. 329. 

19. Gray's Inn Gardens, p. 339. 

20. Interior of Gray's Inn Hall. p. 340. 

21. Staple's Inn, Holborn. p. 34 7. 

22. Barnard's Inn. p. 349. 

23. Serjeants Inn, Chancery Lane. p. 352. 

24. Serjeants Inn, Fleet Street, p. 353. 

N. B. There are Large Paper copies of this work in Quarto. 

CXLL 
The Student's Guide throuo-h Lincoln's Inn: 
containing an Account of that Honourable Society, 
the Forms of Admission, keeping Terms, performing 
Exercises, Call to the Bar, and other useful Informa- 
tion. By Thomas Lane, Steward. The Third 
Edition. Dedicated (by permission) to the Trca- 



LONDOIN- (Thames). 765 

surer and Masters of the Bench of the Honourable 
Society. 

London : Printed for T. Lane, by EUerton and Henderson, 
Jolinson's Court, Fleet Street. 1814. Small octavo. (First 
printed in 1803, in octavo.) 

Tit'e-page as above, with a vignette View of the Stone Build- 
ing, Lincoln's Inn. T. Bonnor sc. 

Dedication, Three Prefaces, and Contents, 14 pages. 

Descriptive Part, Appendix, and Explication of the Plates of 
Fac-siniiles, [b-p5] 217 pages. 

Index, 10 pages. 

PLATES. 

1. Plan of Lincoln's Inn, in 1814. Thompson et Jackson sc. 

To front the Title, 

2. Small Plate of Fac-sirailes of Autographs, p. 1. 
Representation of the Arms of the Society. On the letter- 

press of p. 22. 

3. Large Plate of Fac-similes. Folded. Thompson et Jack- 

son sc. p. 40. 

CXLII. 

The History of the River Thames. (By William 
CooMBE.) In Two Volumes. 

London : Printed by W^ Bulmer and Co. for John and Josiah 
Boydell. 1794. Folio. 

VOL. I. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the Rt. Hon^'^ Horace, Earl of Orford^ by the 

Publishers. 
Preface, Table, and List of Plates, 8 pages. 
The Historical Part, without signatures, 312 pages. 

COLOURED PLATES, 

(From Drawings by J. Farington, R.A. and engravea ')y 
J.C.Stadler.) 

A Plan of the Course of the River Thames, from its Source 
to the Sea ; engraved by John Cooke. (This portion of 
the Plan ends at Barnes.) Folded, p. 1. 

1. Thames Head. p. 2. 

2. Bridge in Kemble Meadow, p. 4. 

PART n. 5F 



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3. Evven Mill. p. 6. 

4. Cirencester, p. 34. 

5. Cricklade. p. 38. 

6. The Junction of the Thames and Canal near Lechlade. 

p. 48. 

7. Buscot Park. p. 52. 

8. Stanton Harcourt. p. 66. 

9. Langley Ware. p. 76. 

10-11. Two Views of Blenheim, p. 86-88. 

12. View at Blenheim, p. 90. 

13. (View of ) Oxford, p. 118. 

J4. View of High Street, in Oxford, p. 120. 

15. View in Broad Street, in Oxford, p. 170. 

16. View from Nuneham, towards Oxford, p. 182. 

17. View of Carfax and Abingdon, from Whitehead's Oak. 

p. 188. 

18. View of Nuneham, from the Wood. p. 190. 

19. View of Abingdon, from Nuneham Park. p. 206. 

20. Wallingford. p. 220. 

21. Streatley and Goring, p. 226, 

22. View towards Basilden, from Streatley Hill. p. 228. 

23. Whitchurch, p. 230. 

24. Hardwick and Maple-Durham, p. 232. 

25. Pangbourne and Whitchiu'ch, from Purley. p. 234. 

26. View of Reading from Caversham. p. 236. 

27. Henley, p. 232. 

28. Scene at Park Place, including the Druids' Temple, p. 254. 
28.* The Mask of the Tame on the Central Arch of Henley 

Bridge, executed by the Hon'^'^ Mrs. Damer. J. Parker 
sc. p. 256. 

29. Fawley Court and Henley, p. 258. 

30. Culham Court, p. 262. 

31. The Windings of the Thames below Culham. p. 264. 

32. Temple and Harleford. p. 266. 

33. Bisham Abbey, p. 268, 

34. Court Garden, and Great Marlow. p. 270. 

35. Great Marlow. p. 272. 

36. Hedsor Lodge, looking towards Maidenhead, p. 274. 

37. Clicfden. p. 278. 

38. View of Windsor from Clewer. p. 282. 

39. Windsor Bridge, p. 284. 

40. Windsor and Eton. p. 290. 

41. Eton. p. 292. 



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42. View of Windsor Castle from Cooper's Hill. p. 294. 

43. View of Chertsey Bridge from Wooburn Farm. p. 300. 

44. View of Walton Bridge from Oatlands. p. 304. 

45. The late Mr. Garriek's Villa, p. 306. 

46. Hampton Court, p. 308. 

VOL. II. 

Title-page as before^ dated 1796. 

List of Plates in the Second Volume, and Table, 2 pages. 

The History of the River Thames concluded, 294 pages. 

PLATES. 

Plan of the Course of the River Thames, from Barnes to the 
Sea. Folded, p. 1. 

1. Strawberry Hill. p. 2. 

2. Pope's House, p. 4. 

3. View of Richmond Hill from Twickenham, p. 8. 

4. View from Richmond Hill, up the River, p. 24. 
3. View from Richmond Hill, down the River, p. 26. 

6. Richmond, j). 28. 

7. View of Sion House from Kew Gardens, p. 30. 

8. Putney Bridge, p. 70. 

9. Battersea, Chelsea, and London from Mr. Rucker's Villa, 

p. 86. 

10. View of Chelsea and Battersea from East Wandsworth. 

p. 100. 

11. View up the River from Mill-bank. p. 1 10. 

12. View of Lambeth from Mill-bank. p. 112. 

13. View of London from Lambeth. Folded, p. 158. 

14. View of Black Friars Bridge from Somerset Place, p. 170. 

15. View of Somerset Place, the Adelphi, &c. from the Temple 

Gardens, p.. 180. 

16. London Bridge, p. 226. 

17. The Tower, p. 236. 

18. View of Greenwich from Deptford Yard. p. 242. 

19. View of Greenwich, and down the River, p. 244. 

20. View of London from Greenwich Park. Folded, p. 246. 

21. View of Greenwich, and up the River, p. 248. 

22. Woolwich, p. 254. 

23. View of Purfleet, Erith, and Long Reach, p. 260. 

24. Gravesend. p. 266. 
23. Penshurst. p. 270. 

26. Tunbridge Castle, p. 274. 



768 LONDON (Thames). 

27. Maidstone, p. 276. 

28. Rochester Bridge and Castle, p. 284. 

29. Rochester and Chatham. Folded, p. 286. 

30. View of Upnor towards Sheerness. p. 290. 

N. B. Copies of this work are to he hadj with, the Plates 
taken off in Bistre. 

CXLIII. 

Picturesque Views on the River Thames ; from 
its Source in Glocestershire to the Nore : with Ob- 
servations on the Publick Buildings, and other Works 
of Art in its Vicinity. In Two Volumes. By Sa- 
muel Ireland, Author of " A Picturesque Tour 
through Holland, Brabant, and Part of France." 

London : Published by T. and J. Egerton, Whitehall, 
MDCCxcii. Royal octavo. 

VOL. I. 

Half Title. Title-page as above. 

Dedication to Earl Harcourt, dated Norfolk Street, Strand, 

Jany 12*'^ 1792, p.v-viii. 
Preface, and List of Prints contained in this Volume, p. ix-xvi. 
Descriptive part, [a-Cc3] 209 pages. 
Errata, 1 page. 

PLATES, 

(From Designs by the Author.) 

1 . Frontispiece. — An engraved Title within a Circle, with a 

Copy of the Figure of Thames at the entrance to So- 
merset Place, executed by T. Banks, R.A. C. Apos-- 
tool fee. Dated June 1, 1791. 

2. Course of the River Thames, from its Source to Maidenhead 

Bridge, p. 1. 

3. Thames Head Bridge, &:c. p. 1. 

4. Entrance to the Tunnel, leading to Sapperton Hill, Oxford* 

shire, p. 9. 

5. Eisey Bridge, Wiltshire, p. 23. 

6. Kempsford Church, &c. Glocestershire. p. 26. 

7. S' John's and the adjoining Bridge, across the New Cut, 

near Lechlade, Glocestershire. p. 33. 

8. Radcote-Bridge, Farringdon Hill, &c. p. 39. 

9. New Bridge, Oxfordshire, p. 47. 



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10. Stanton-Harcourt, Oxfordshire, p. 48. 

1 1. Ensham Bridge, Oxon. p.b5. 

12. Blenheim Castle, p. 6l. 

13. Remains of Henry 2"'^"'* Palace, as it stood in Woodstock 

Park in 1714. p. 71- 

14. Godstow Bridge, and Remains of the Nunnery, p. 85. 

15. Magdalen College and Bridge, Oxford, p. 89- 

16. Christ Church College, and South Bridge, Oxford, p. 113. 

17. View at Ifley, near Oxford, p. 115. 

18. Earl Harcourt's (House) at Nuncham-Courtenay, Oxon, 

p. 119. 

19. View at Ahingdon, Berks, p. 131. 

20. Culham Bridge, near Abingdon, p. 138. 

21. Clifton, Oxfordshire, j). 140. 

22. Shillingford Bridge, Berks, p. 143. 

23. Wallingford Bridge, &c. p. 147. 

24. Goreing, Oxfordshire, p. 153. 

25. Caversham Bridge, Oxfordshire, p. 159. 

26. Sunning Bridge, &c. Berks, p. 1 69. 

27. Henley Bridge, Oxon. p. 1 79. 

28. Marlow Bridge, p. 195. 

29. Cliefden Spring, Bucks, p. 206. 

WOOD CUTS ON THE LETTER-PRESS. 

1. Ancient Cross in Cricklade Church-yard. p. 32. 

2. Fac-simile of Pope's Hand-writing, from the Window at 

Stanton Harcourt. p. 51. 

3. Monumental Figure of Margaret Byron, Wife to Sir Robert 

Harcourt, in Stanton Harcourt Church, p. 54. 

4. The Chapel of Godstow Nunnery, p. 78. 

5. Carfax Conduit, removed from Oxford to Nuneham. p. 125. 

6. Gateway of Reading Abbey, p. 168. 

7. Druids' Temple at Park Place, near Henley, p. 177, 

8. Bysham Abbey, p. 192, 

9. Milton's House at Chalfont S' Giles, p. 199. 
10. An Oak Tree in Taplow Park. p. 209. 

VOL, H, 
Half Title, and Title-page as before. 
List of Prints in the Second Volume, 
Descriptive letter-press, [A-Kk] 25S pages. 
Errata, 1 page. 

PLATES. 
1. Frontispiece as in Volume I. 



770 LONDON {Thames). 

2. Course of the River Thames from Maidenhead Bridge to 

the Nore. p. 1. 

3. Maidenhead Bridge, CHefden Woods, &c. p. 1. 

4. Windsor Castle, p. 8. 

5. Heme's Oak, Windsor Park. p. 16. 
C. Eton College, p. 35. 

7. South East View of Datchet Bridge, p. 43. 

8. East View of Staines (Old) Bridge, p. 53. 

9. Chertsey Bridge, <kc. p. 5Q. 

10. Walton Bridge, p. 73. 

11. Hampton Court Bridge, Sec. p. 81. 

12. Kingston, Surrey, p. 91. 

13. Strawberry Hill. p. 94. 

14. Richmond Bridge, p. 107. 

15. Kew Bridge, &:c. from Strand on the Green, p. 127. 

16. Putney Bridge and Church, p. 140. 

17. Chelsea Church, &c. p. 147. 

18. Chelsea College and Ranelagh House, p. 155. 

19. Lambeth Palace, &c. p. 163. 

20. Westminster Bridge, Abbey, &:c. p. I69. 

21. Somerset Place, p. 185. 

22. Design for a Bridge, near Somerset Place, by Thornas 

Sandby, Esq. R.A. p. 187. 

23. Blackfriars Bridge, &c. p. 199. 
i24. London Bridge, &c. p. 221. 

25. Tower of London, p. 232. ' 

26. Greenwich Hospital, p. 239. 

27. Tilbury Fort. p. 253. 

PLATES ON THE LETTER-PRESS. 

1. Stoke Pogeis Church, p. 42. 

2. New Bridge at Staines, p. 54. 

3. Chertsey Abbey, p. 57. 

4. Cowley's House at Chertsey. p. QO. 

5. The Grotto at Oatlands. p. 72. 

6. Walton Old Ikidge. p. 74. 

7. Richmond i'ahice. p. 108. 

8. Hogarth's Tomb in Chiswick Church-yard. p. 136, 

9. The Pedlar and his Dog at Lambeth, p. I66. 

10. The Globe Theatre, Bank Side. p. 212. 

11. Figure of Neptune in his Car. p. 258. 

N.B. There are copies of this work on Large Paper; and 
a small number were taken off in folio, with a double set of 
plates, consisting of Proofs and Etchings. 



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CXLIV. 

The Thames : or Graphic Illusti'ations of Seats, Villas, 
Public Buildings, and Picturesque Scenery on the 
Banks of that noble River. The Engravings exe- 
cuted by WILLIA3I Bernard Cooke from original 
Drawings by Samuel Owen, Esq. In Two Vo- 
lumes." 

"Thames, t!)e most lov'il of all the Ocean's sons." 

London: Printed for Vernor, Hood, and Sharpe, 31, Poultry, 
and W.B. Cooke, 12, York Place, Pentonville, by Williain 
Bell and Co. at the Union Office, S' John's Square. 1811. 
Royal octavo. 

VOL. I. 

Title-page as above. 

List of Plates to Vol. L 

Introduction, 8 pages. 

Descriptive letter-press, 102 leaves. 

plates. 

1 . Source of the Thames. 

2. Thames Head, taken from the Bridge. 

3. Cricklade, taken near Eisey Chapel. 

4. Inglesham Lock, with the Thames and Severn Canal. 

5. RadcotWeir. 

6. Oxford, taken from Ifley. 

7. Nuneham Courtenay, the Seat of Earl Harcourt. 

8. Nuneham Courtenay, Bridge, and Cottage. 

9. Abingdon. 

10. The Junction of the Thame and the Isis. 

11. The Grotto House near Basilden Park. 

12. Basilden Park, and Combe Lodge. 

13. Parley Hall, the Seat of the late Anthony Storer, Esq. 

14. Shiplake Lock and Paper Mill, with Wargrave House, the 

Seat of Joseph Hill, Esq. 

15. Park Place (Henley), the Seat of the Earl of Malmsbury. 

16. Henley. 

17. Fawley Court, seen from Henley Bridge, the Seat of Strick- 

land Freeman, Esq. 

18. Culham Court, near Henley, the Seat of the Hon'''' Frede- 

rick West. 
19* Medmenham Abbey J engraved by S. Middiman. 



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20. Temple House, the Seat of Owen Williams, Esq. Geo. 

Cooke so. 

21. Harleyford House, the Seat of Sir William Clayton, BarS. 

22. Bisham Abbey, the Seat of George Vansittart, Esq. 

23. Great Marlow. 

24. Cookham Church. 

25. Taplow House. 

26. Maidenhead Bridge. 

27. Monkey Island. 

28. The Willows, the Seat of the late Townley Ward, Esq. 

29. Windsor. 

30. Windsor Castle, taken near the Lock. 

31. Eton Bridge. 

32. Old Houses near Eton Bridge. 

33. Eton College. 

34. Beaumont Lodge, the Seat of Lord Ashbrooke. 

35. Staines Bridge. 

36. Oatlands, from Shepperton Ferry. 

37. Walton Bridge. 

38. Garrick's House at Hampton. 

39. Hampton Court. 

40. Lady Sullivan's Villa, Thames Ditton. 

41. Kingston. 

4€. Strawberry Hill, the Seat of the Hon*"'^ Mrs, Damcr, 

43. Lady Howe's Villa, Twickenham. 

44. Twickenham. 

45. Richmond Hill, from Twickenham. 

46. Marble Hill Cottage, near Richmond. 

VOL. n. 

Title-page as before. 

List of Plates to Vol. H. 

Descriptive letter-press, 104 leaves. 

A New Table, shewing the Distances of the Towns, Bridges, 

&c. upon the River Thames. 
Index, 6 pages. 
Directions to the Binder, and Errata, 2 pages. 

PLATES. 

1. The Thames, from Richmond Hill. 

2. The Duke of Buccleugh's Villa at Richmond. 

3. Richmond Bridge. 

4. Mr. Keene's Villa, Richmond, late Sir Charles Asgill's. 

5. The Observatory, Richmond Gardens. 



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6. Keppel House, Islewoith. 

7. Sion House, the Seat of the Duke of Northumberland. 

8. Brandenburg House, near Chiswick, the Seat of tlie Mar- 

gravine of Anspach. 

9. Fulham. 10. Battersea. 11. Chelsea Hospital. 
12-13. Randall's Mill, Nine Elms. 

14. Lambeth Palace. 

13. Westminster Abbey, View taken from Lambeth Palace. 

16. London and Blackfriars Bridge from Hungerford. 

17. Somerset House. 18. London Bridge. 

19. The Custom House, (and) Tower of London. 

20. The West India Docks. 21. Deptford. 

22. Greenwich Hospital. 

23. Mast House, Blackwall. 

24. Shooters Hill, from Woolwich Reach. 25. Woolwich. 
26. Erith, with Belvidere. 27. Purfleet. 

28. Ingress at Greenhithe, the Scat of William Havlock, Esq. 

29. Northfleet. 30. Lime Kilns, Northfleet. 
31. Gravesend. 32. Tilbury Fort. 

33. Gateway to Tilbury Fort. 

34. Hadleigh Castle, Essex. 

35. Leigh, taken near Southend. 

36. Southend. 37. Sheerness. 

N. B. There are copies in Quarto, with Proof impressions 
of the plates. 

*** A new edition of this work is in the course of publica- 
tion, to be completed in Six Parts, each Part containing thirteen 
Engravings ; the letter-press description will appear at the con- 
clusion in an Octavo volume. It is intended to re-engrave se- 
veral of the plates, to omit some altogether, and to substitute 
new ones of a more interesting description. To be printed in 
Royal Quarto ; also in Imperial Quarto, with Proof impres- 
sions ; and a small number to be taken off on India paper, first 
proofs. 

CXLV. 

An Essay to prove tliat the Jurisdiction and Conser- 
vacy of the RivER of Thames, &c. is coiuinitted to 
the Lord Mayor and City of London, both in point 
of Right and Usage, by Prescription, Charters, iVcts 
of Parliament, Decrees, upon hearing before the 

Part 11. 5 g 



774 LONDON {Thames). 

King, Letters- Patents, &c. &c. To which is added a 
Brief Description of those Fish, with their Seasons, 
Spawning-times, &c. that are caught in the Thames. 
or sold in London. With some few Observations on 
the Nature, Element, Cloathing, Numbers, Passage, 
Wars, and Sensation, &c. pecuhar to Fish in general. 
And also of the \Vater- Carriage on the River Thames. 
to the several parts of the Kingdom ; with a List of 
the Keys, Wliarfs, and Docks adjoining to the same. 
By Roger Griffiths, AVater-Bailiff. 

London : Printed by Robert Brown, in Windmill Court, near 
Christ's Hospital, mdccxlvi. Octavo. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the Rt. Hon*"'^ Sir Richard Hoare, Kn'* Lord 

Mayor, the Court of Aldermen, &;c. 
The Preface, p. v-xvi. 
The Contents, and Errata, 3 pages. 
The Conservacy of the Thames, &c. [b-s 7] 269 pages. 
An Alphabetical Index, [s 8-u 4] pp. 271-296. 

CXLVL 
A Dissertation on Rivers and Tides : intended 
to demonstrate in general the Effect of Bridges, Cut- 
tings, removing of Shoals and Embankments, and to 
investigate in particular the Consequences of such 
^V'orks on the River Thames. By Robert Ers- 
KIXE, Engineer. 1770. Octavo. 

CXLVIL 

The Destruction of Trade and Ruin of the Metropolis 
"prognosticated, from a total Neglect and Liattention 
to the Conservacy of the River Thames: ad- 
dressed to the Right Honourable the Master, War- 
dens, Assistants, &c. Elder Brethren of the Trinity, 
by their affectionate Brother, Mercator. 

London : Printed for F. Newbery, at the Corner of S* Paul's 
Church-yard, mdcclxx. Quarto, 28 pages. 



LONDON {Thames). 115 

CXLVIIL 

A Letter to the Right Honourable William Beckford, 
Lord Mayor, and Conservator of the RiVER Thames 
and Waters of Med way, from Sir Stephen Theo- 
dore Janssen, P)ar*' Chamberlain of London. 

Printedfor J. Wiikie, at No. 71, S' Paul's Church-yard. 1770. 
Quarto^ 23 pages. 

CXLIX. 
Remarks concerninsj; the Encroachments on the 
River Thames near Durham Yard : addressed to 
the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, the Worship- 
ful the Aldermen, and the Common Council of tlie 
City of London. (By Granville Sharp.) In 
Two Parts. 

London : Printed by G. Bigg, in the Year mdcclxx;. Oc- 
tavo, 64 pages. 

CL. 

A Treatise on the Commerce and Police of the 
River Thames: containing an Historical View of 
the Trade of the Port of London ; and suiii^esting 
Means for preventing the l)e])redations tiiereon, by a 
Legislative System of River Police : With an Ac- 
count of the Functions of the various Magistrates and 
Corporations exercising Juristhctions on the River; 
and a general View of the penal and remedial Statutes 
connected with tlie Subject. By P. COLQUIIOUN, 
LL.D. 

" Ociilos ad Legislatores nns converlerc oportit, nl snuriant kf^es in hue 
upere iummendiil/is. Qhw unica via est conjln/iaiuli simul et shibiliendi 
jiroposifo quo criminibns nuincrosis et niori/nlms, siu'kjuc nulina societuti 
7iocivis,occurratur. Regis annui redi/us ct riierces owniiicnu' inunuuitur 
udversus f'ruudem et dejiiyedationes : tualaque ingcntia urccuntwr, qine a 
loiigo tempore inuxiwum commcrcio ct ['(imcsis navii^alioni ufferunt dc- 
trimentum" 

London : Printed for Joseph Mawmau, in the Poultry, Suc- 
cessor to Mr. Dillv. 1800. Octavo. 



776 LONDON (Docks). 

Title-page as before. 

Dedication and Preface, dated Westminster, May 20, 1800, 

9 pages. 
Contents and Introduction, p. ix-xxxiv. 
The Treatise on the River PoHce, [b-Q(j] 593 pages. 
Appendix, (No. 1 . being a separate Sheet, folded, not paged,) the 

paging beginning at Appendix No. 2. [rf-xx 2] p. 6oy-676. 
Index, [a-b 2] 20 pages. 

To which is prefixed a folded Map of the Port of London, and 
the River Thames from London Bridge to Sheerness. J. Cooke 
sc. Also a General View of the whole Commerce and Ship- 
ping of the River taken from Authorities and Documents ap- 
plicable to the Year ending the 5th January 1798. Folded. 
To front p. 22. 

CLI. 

DOCKS. 

Report from the Committee ap})oiuted to enquire 
into the best Mode of providing sufficient Accommo- 
dation for the increased Trade and Shipping of the 
Port of London, &:c. &c. &c. Ordered to be 
printed May 13, 1796. Folio. 

Title-page as above. 

Evidence of the Committee, [a 2-k 2] p. iii-xl. 

Index to Evidence, [l] 4 pages. 

Index to Appendix, 2 pages. 

Minutes of Evidence, [a 2-3 H 2] 2I6 pages. 

Appendix to the First Report, [a-qqq2] forming 256 pages. 

PLANS. 

1. Mr. Spence's Plan for the Wet Docks. Folded. Neele sc. 

To front Appendix N. 

2. Mr. Edward Ogle's Plan for the Wet Docks, and of the 

proposed Imj)rovements. Folded. Neele sc. To front 
Appendix P. 

3. The legal Quavs in their present state, and as proposed to 

be improved. Folded. R. Metcalf so. To front Ap- 
pendix S. 

4. Another Plan, with the Plan of the River Thames, with the 

proposed Docks at Rotherhithe and in the Isle of Dogs. 
Folded. Metcalf sc. To front Appendix S. 



j.ONDOX {Dock.s). ni 

5. Mr. Walker's proposed Plan of Wet Docks in Wapping, 

with a perpetual Tide Table for Blackwall. Folded. 
To front Appendix 2 B. 

6. Mr. S.Wyatt's Plan of the proposed Docks at the Isle of 

Dogs, from Blackwall to Limehouse Hole. Folded. 
J. Carv sc. To front Appendix 2 O. 

7. Mr. S.VVyatt's Plan. — The proposed London Docks com- 

pared with those proposed at the Isle of Dogs. Folded. 
J. Carysc. To front Appendix 2 0. 

8. Mr. S. Wyatt's Design, shewing the Manner of bringing 

the King's Beam to the Ships side, by means of a float- 
ing Platform or Wharf, for the pinpose of ascertaining 
the King's Duties. Folded. J. Cary sc. To front Ap- 
pendix 2 0. 

9. Plan of the proposed Docks, and the Line of a Canal, with 

a collateral Cut on the Surrey side of the River Thames, 
surveyed bv C. T. Cracklow. Folded. To front Ap- 
pendix 2U. 

10. A Plan, shewing the Situation of the public Foreign Suf- 

ferance Wharfs, within the Limits set out by the Com- 
missioners of His Majesty's Customs, and particularly 
specified and declared by them to be Public Wharfs, on 
the 13"' May 1789. Surveyed by W. Fellowes, and en- 
graved by Blake. Folded. To front Appendix 2 U. 

11. First Plan, — making one large Wet Dock, by digging a 

new Channel for the River from Blackwall to Lime- 
house. Willey Revelev inv. & del. Folded. To front 
Appendix 3 A. 

12. Second Plan, — making Two Wet Docks, from Woolwich 

Reach to Limehouse. Willey Reveley inv. & del. Folded. 
To front Appendix 3 A. 

13. Third Plan, making Three Wet Docks, from Woolwich 

Reach to Bell Dock and Cherry Garden Stairs. Folded. 
Willey Revcley inv. & del. To front Appendix 3 A. 

14. Fourth Plan, by which Two large Docks are obtained, com- 

municating with each other by Limehouse Cut. Folded. 
Willey Reveley inv. & del. To front Appendix 3 A. 

15. Plan of the District supplied with Water from Shadwell 

Waterworks. Folded. J. Cary sc. To front Appen- 
dix 3 F. 
If). Section of the River, Locks, Basons, and Docks in Wap- 
ping at Spring and Neap Tides, in the Locks, Ba^on>;, 
and Docks. Folded. To front Appendix 3 F. 



778 LONDON {Docks). 

17. Plan of the River Thames at Bell Dock. Folded. To 

front Appendix 3 F. 

18. The London Docks, being a Plan of the River Thames, with 

the proposed Docks and Cut. D. Alexander, Surveyor. 
J. Gary sc. To front Appendix 3 F. 

1 9. Plan of the River Thames from the Tower to Blackwall, 

taken by the Corporation of the Trinity House in the Year 
1750. Folded. S. Neelesc. To front Appendix 3 F. 



Second Report from the Select Committee upon 
the Iinproveiiient of the Port of London. Or- 
dered to be printed lltli July 1799- 

Title-page as above. 

Evidence of the Select Committee, with an Appendix, [a 2-Tt 2] 
166 pages. 

THE SEVERAL FLANS IN THE SECOND REPORT. 

1 . Section of the Water-way at London Bridge, as before the 

opening of the great Arch in 1763, and as it is proposed 
to be altered. Folded. John Smeaton del. Laurie &; 
Whittle fee. Appendix, B 3. 

2. Plan of the Piers of London Bridge. Folded. John Smea- 

ton del. Laurie & Whittle fee. Appendix, B 5. 

3. Plan of the proposed Water-way imder the great Arch of 

London Bridge. Folded. John Smeaton del. Laurie & 
Whittle sc. Appendix, B 3. 



Third Report from the Select Committee u])on 
the Improvenient of the Port of London. Or- 
dered to be ininted i28tli ,Iuly 1800. 

[A-pp 2] 149 pages. 

Contents of the Supplement, and Supplemental Plans, 4 pages. 
N.B. Pages 31, 2, 3, and 34 are repeated with asterisks. 

PLANS IN THE SECONP AND THIRD REPORTS, 

Which are bound separate in a Volume in At/as folio, entidcd 
"The several Plans and Drawings referred to in the Se- 
cond Repokt from the Select Committee upon the Im- 
provement of the Port of London. Ordered to be printed 
July 11, 1799. 

1 . Survevof the River Thames between London Bridge and Black- 

• friars Bridge, with the Soundings witliin those Limits, by 

George Dance, July 1799- R. Metcalf sc. Appendix, A 1. 



LOJi'DON (Docks). 779 

2. Survey of the River Thames from Blackfriars to London 
Bridge, June 1799, by Messrs. Russell and Greame. Ap- 
pendix, A 9. 

3-4. Different Sections of the River Thames between Blaek- 
friars and London Bridges, taken by Messrs. Russell and 
Greame. AjDpendix, A 3-4. 

5. Plan and Elevation of London Bridge in its present State, 
bv Geo. Dance, July 2, 1799. R- Metcalf sc. Appen- 
dix, B 1 . 

C. Soundings of the Great Arch of London Bridge, taken 
May 1 799, from the top of the Sterlings, by Mr. Foulds; 
and the Depth of the River between London Bridge and 
Billingsgate. Appendix, B 3 and B 7- 

7. Plan and Description of the Timbers sunk in the Great 

Arch of London Bridge in the Years 1793 and 1794 ; 
and a Sketch, shewing the Depth of the River Thames 
between London Bridge and Billingsgate. G. Dance del. 
R. Metcalf sc. Appendix, B 6 and B 7- 

8. Plan of the River Thames from the Tower to Blackwall, 

taken in 1730, with the Soundings as taken in 1794. 
Appendix, C 1 . 

9. The Legal Quays in their present and proposed improved 

state, by Mr. Ogle, and prepared by James Peacock, 
Surveyor. R. Metcalf sc. Appendix, G 8-13. 

10. The Legal Quays, as proposed to be amended. — Plan of 

the River Thames, with the proposed Docks at Rother- 
hithe. R. Metcalf sc. Appendix, G 9. 

11. Plan for improving the Streets and Free Quays, by Ralph 

Walker, Engineer. Appendix, G 15. 

12. Plan for extending the Free Quays at S^ Catherine's, by the 

same. Appendix G 16. 

13. Plan of the proposed London Docks, by Daniel Alexander, 

1796. W. Fadensc. 1799. Appendix, G 18. 

14. Plan of the proposed Docks, and the Line of the Canal, 

with a collateral Cut on the Surrey side of the River 
Thames, surveyed by C. T. Cracklovv. Appendix, G 19. 



The several Plans and Drawings referred to in the Third Re- 
port from the Select CoMMiTTiiE upon the Improvement of 
the Port of London. Ordered to be printed July 28, 1800. 
In Atlas Folio, and usually bound up with the Plans in the 
Second Report. 

Plan 1. Section of the Locks, and Construction of the Piers of 



7 ^0 LONDON {Doclii). 

London Bridge, ascertained by the taking up the Pier 
from under the Great Arch, in 1 762. — Soundings at Lon- 
don Bridge in May J 767- — A Profile down the middle of 
the River Thames, at low still Water, passing through 
the Great Arch of Loudon Bridge ; taken in the Year 
1 7C7. Laurie & Whittle sc. 

2. R. Dodd's Plan of a New Bridge. J. Basire sc. 

3. R. Dodd's Design for a Stone Bridge of Five Arches. 

J. Basire sc. 

4. Elevation of Fire Proof Warehouses built on Iron Pillars, 

to admit Carts under them, by R. Dodd. ISOO. 

5. Proposed Plan for the Improvement of the Port of London, 

to admit Shipping between the Bridges of London and 
Blackfriars, by R. Dodd. 
€). South Pier of the Great Arch of London Bridge, surveyed 
by R. Dodd, Engineer, 1799. 

7. Perspective View of the present London Bridge, surveyed by 

R. Dodd, 1798. 

8. Mr. Wilson's Design for a Cast Iron Bridge of Three 

Arches, with Stone Piers, over the River Thames, in- 
stead of the present London Bridge. Richard Holmes 
Laurie del. Engraved by Laurie and Whittle. 

g. Messrs. Telford and Douglass's General Plan for the further 
Improvement of the Port of London. J. Barlow sc. 

10. General Elevation of a Cast Iron Bridge proposed to be 
erected near S^ Saviour's Church, by Messrs. Telford and 
Douglass. W. Jones del. S. J. Neele sc. 

1 1 . Messrs. Telford and Douglass's P21evations of the Two De- 
signs for the portion of the Bridge which would come 
between the fronts of the Wharfs. W. Jones del. for 
Messrs. Telford and Douglass. S. J. Neele sc. 

12. Messrs. Telford and Douglass's Plans and Elevation of the 

inclined Planes which are to connect their Bridge with 
the Wharfs and adjoining Streets. W. Jones del. S. J. 
Neele sc. 

13. Six Modifications of the general Form and Dimensions of a 

Bridge of Five Arches, by Geo. Dance. R. Metcalf sc. 

14. Plan of a double Bridge in lieu of London Bridge, affording 

convenient Passage for Shipping without interruption to 
the Public. Geo. Dance del. R. Metcalf sc. 
13. Section from North to South of a Design for a double 
Bridge in lieu of London Bridge. G. Dance del. R. Met- 
calf sc. 



#. 



LONDON (Docks). 781 

16. Section from West to East of a Design for the same, by 

Geo. Dance. R. Metcalf sc. 

17. Plan, shewing the Position of the double Bridge, and the 

proposed Avenues thereto, by G. Dance. V. Wood- 
thorpe sc. 

18. Sketch of a Design for the Improvement of the Legal 

Quavs between London Bridge and the Tower. Geo. 
Dance del. 

19. Proposed Improvement of the Legal Quays, and Parts ad- 

jacent, by G. Dance. Gale & Butler sc. 

20. Mr. Jessop's Section of the River Thames opposite the 

Steel Yard, shewing its present Width, Depth, and Form; 
and the supposed Improvement, by deepening and em- 
banking the same. Basire sc. 

21. Sir C. Wren's Design for rebuilding the City of London 

after the great Fire in 1 666. Copied from the original 
Drawing in the Library of All Souls College, Oxford, 
by W"^ Delamotte. J. Barlow sc. 

22. Profile of a Bridge proposed to be l)uilt of Granite over 

the River Thames, from S* Saviour's, Southwark, to or 
near the Old Swan. James Black del. J. Barlow sc. 

23. A Section of the Centres, and Masonry of the same. S. J. 

Neele sc. 

24. Plan of a Cast Iron Bridge of a single Arch over the 

Thames near S' Saviour's Church, and in a line with 
the Royal Exchange, by Messrs. Telford and Douglass. 
Lowrv sc. 

25. Explanatory Drawings by Messrs. Telford and Douglass. 

J. Barlow sc. 

26. Elementary Elevation of London New Bridge, proposed by 

.lohn Southern, April I SOI. 

27. Plan and Elevation of a Bridge designed to exemplify a 

Mode of admitting Ships to pass through at all times, by 
General Bentham, April ISOl. J. Basire sc. 



Report fiom the Select Committee appointed to 
consider Evidence taken on Bills for the Improve- 
ment of the Port of London. Ordered to be 
printed V June 1799. 

The Report, [b] 6 pages. Appendix, [c-n 2] p. 7-47. 

FART u. 5 H 



782 LONDON (Docks). 

Report from the Select Committee upon the Im- 
provement of the Port of London. Ordered to 
be printed 3'"^ June 1801. 

With an Appendix, [a-y 2] 85 pages. 

Minutes of the Evidence taken at the Committee 

on the Bill for rendering more commodious, and for 
better regulating the Port of London. Ordered 
to be printed 25'^' April and 7*^ May 1799; (City 
Plan :) with Appendix, 80 pai^es. 

With a folded Plan of the proposed Canal and Wet Docks for 
the West India Trade in the Isle of Dogs. Dance^ Jessop, 
& Walker del. Metcalf so. To face p. 79. 



Minutes of the Evidence taken at the Committee 
on the Bill for making Wet Docks, Basons, Cuts, and 
other A\'orks, for the greater Accommodation and 
Security of Shipping, Commerce, and Revenue within 
the Port of London. Ordered to be printed 25'^ 
April and 7'^ May 1799. (Merchants' Plan.) 

Title-page as above. Contents, 2 pages. 

Appointment of the Committee, Minutes of Evidence, and Ap- 
pendix, [a 2-5 A 2] 374 pages. 
With a Plan of the London Docks. Folded. D.Alexander del. 
J. Cary sc. p. 52. 

CLIL 
A Collection of Tracts on Wet Docks for the 
Port of London ; with Hints on Trade and Com- 
merce, and on Free Ports. (By William Vaugiian, 
Esq.) Octavo, viz. 

1. On Wet Docks, Quays, and Warehouses for the Port of Lon- 
don; with Hints respecting Trade. Parti. 1793. 29 pages. 

2. Plan of the London Dock ; with some Observations respect- 
ing the River immediately connected with Docks in general, 
and of the Improvement of Navigation. 1794. 12 pages. 

3. A Letter to a Friend on Commerce and Free Ports, and Lon- 

don Docks. 1796. 26 pages. 



LONDON {Dochs). 783 

4. Examination of William Vaughan, Esq. in a Committee of 
the Hon. House of Commons, April 22, 1796, on the Com- 
merce of the Port of London, and the Accommodations for 
Shipping, &:c. 1796. 23 pages. 

5. Reasons in favour of the London Docks. 1797. 9 pages. 

6. Answer to Objections against the London Docks. 1796. 

22 pages. 

7. Resolutions of a General Meeting of Subscribers to the Lon* 

don Docks, January 5, 1796. 7 pages. 

8. A Comparative Statement of the Advantages and Disadvan- 
tages of the Docks in Wapping, and the Docks in the Isle of 
Dogs ; with general Remarks on the Advantages of making 
the Port of London a great Depot. The Second Edition. 
1799. 45 pages. 

FOLDED PLAINS. 

i. Plan of the London Docks in Wapping, with a Cut to Coal 

Stairs, Shadwell, as proposed in 1794. 
ii. Plan of the London Docks in Wapping, with a Canal to 

Blackwall, as proposed in 1796. Dan. Alexander del. 

J. Cary sc. 
iii. Plan of the London Docks in Wapping, without the Canal, 

and as proposed in 1797. Dan. Alexander del. J. Carysc. 
iv. Section of the River, Locks, Bason, and Docks in Wapping 

at Spring and Neap Tides, in the Locks, Bason, and 

Docks. W.V. (Vaughan) inyt. Allen sc. I796. 



Other Pamphlets relating to tlie same subject. 
. Observations on a Pamphlet entitled " A Plan of the London 
Dock;" shewing the Impracticability of the proposed Plan, 
and demonstrating the Advantages which would arise to the 
Commerce of the Metropolis by extending the Port, increas- 
ing the Legal Quays, and improving the Banks of the Thames. 
Respectfully addressed to the Rt. Hon. the Lords Commis- 
sioners of His Majesty's Treasury, the Ilonoural)le Commis- 
sioners of the Customs, the Corporations and principal Mer- 
chants of London, and the Proprietors of Wharfs and Ware- 
houses on both sides of the River Thames. London. I 794. 
Octavo^ 33 pages. — (See " Tracts by W. F'lUglian, No. 2.") 
. Two Plans of the London Dock ; with some Observations 
respecting the River, immediately connected with Docks in 
general, and of the Improvement of Navigation. By W. James. 
London. 1795. Octavo^ 17 pages, with Two folded Plans. 



784 LONDON {Bridges). 

3. Reasons in favour of the London Docks. London. 1795. 

Octavo, 8 pages. 

4. A Letter to the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor on the Subject 
of the intended New Docks to be estabHshed at Wapping. 
(ByT. Plummer, jun.) London. 1796. Octavo, 46 pages. 

5. Brother Quoz to his Fellow Citizens, on the Plan for making 
Wet Docks at Wapping and the Isle of Dogs. London. 1796. 
Octavo, 18 pages. 

6. Eastward Ho ! ! ! or Quoz's Letters relative to the Wet Dock 
Bill ; with an additional Letter. Third Edition. Loud. 1796. 
35 pages. 

7. Wapping Docks Triumphant ! ! ! or Quoz refuted : in Answer 
to a Pamphlet entitled " Eastward Ho ! ! !" By an Inhabitant 
of the East. 

" Qui mare teneat, ev.m iiecesse rcrum potiriy CiC. 
" Dicere veruin, quid vetut T' UoR. 

London : Printed by J, Skirven. Octavo, 22 pages. 

8. The Story of Tom Cole, with Old Father Thames's Male- 
diction of the Wapping Docks. Addressed to the Right 
Hon''''' the Lord Mayor. A Poem. London. 17 96. Octavo, 
23 pages. 

9. Porto-Bello : or a Plan for the Improvement of the Port and 
City of London. Illustrated by Plates. By Sir Frederick 
Morton Eden, Bart. Author of "The State of the Poor." 

" Bid Harbours opr-n, public ways extend." Pope. 
London: Printed for B.White, Fleet Street. 1798. Octavo, 
53 pages, and four folded Etchings, 

CLIII. 

BRIDGES. 

London Bridge. — A Short Historical Account of 
London Bridge ; with a Proposition for a New 
Stone Bridge at Westminster: as also an Ac- 
count of some remarkable Stone Bridges abroad, and 
■what the best Authors have said and directed con- 
cerning the Methods of building them. Hlustrated 
with proper Cuts. In a Letter to the Right Ho- 
nourable the Members of Parliament for the City and 



LONDON {Bridges). 785 

Liberty of Westminster. By Nicholas Hawks- 
MOOll, Esq. 

''Bid Harbours open, Piillkk Roads extend. 
And Temples worthier of tin: Gods ascend: 
Bid the broad Arch the dangeruiis Flood eoutain. 
The Mole projected break the roaring Main : 
Back to his bounds their subject Sea conunand, 
And roll obedient Rivers through the Land: 
These Honom-s, Peace to happy Britain brings ; 
These are Imperial Works, ami zvorthi/ Kings}' — Pope's Epist. 

London: Printed for J. Wilcox, at Virgil's Head, against the 
New Churcli in the Strand : and sold by the Booksellers of 
London and Westminster. Dedicated to Lord Sundon and 
to Sir Charles Wager. 1736. Quario, 4 7 pages: reprinted 
in 1739. 

PLATES. 

1. The Bridge at Blois.— Proposition for London Bridge to be 

alter'd, for the Navigation under, and the Safety of Pas- 
sengers over it.— the Great Arch at York, and the 
Rialto at Venice. Folded. N. Hawksmoor inv*- Toms 
sc. p. ]4. 

2. London Bridge, as it was left by the first Builders, A° 

1209, the Sterlings excepted.— Proposition for a New 
Bridge at Westminster. Folded. N. Hawksmoor inv'- 
Toms sc. p. 15. 

3. The Section of the Thames. Folded. N. Hawksmoor del. 

B. Cole sc. p. 18. 

4. The Plan of the City of Westminster. Folded. N. Hawks- 

moor del. B. Cole sc. p. 45. 

5. A Proposition for erecting a Bridge with Brick and Stone, 

as that is at Toulouse in France. N. Hawksmoor del! 
B. Cole sc. p. 46. 

CLIV. 

History of London Bridge, from its first Founda- 
tion to the present Time, with Cuts. Octavo, 1758. 

CLV. 

Observations concerning London Bridge : with 
Extracts from various Authors, and Reports, provino- 
the Advantages that may be derived to the Mer^ 



786 LONDON (Bridges). 

chants, Traders, and Inhabitants of the City of Lon- 
don, by Rebuilding the same, and the absolute Ne- 
cessity of such a Measure. By Joseph Sills. 

London : Printed by Evans and Ruffy, 29, Budge Row, Wat- 
ling Street. i813. Oc/ayo, 13 pages. 

CLVI. 

BLACKrRiAES BRIDGE. — The Expedience, Utility, 
and Necessity of a New Bridge at or near Black 
Fryars : all Objections thereto fully answered, and 
the requisite Dispositions exemplified. 

London : Printed for M. Cooper, at the Globe, in Paternoster 
Row.' MDCCLVi. Octavo, 22 pages. 

CLVII. 

A Scheme for speedily raising a Sum of Money suffi- 
cient to defray the Expense of building a Stone 
Bridge at Black Fryars : Humbly oftered to the 
Consideration of the Right Honourable the Lord 
Mayor, and the Worshipful the Aldermen and the 
Inhabitants of the City of London ; with some Ob- 
servations on Mr. Whiston's Scheme *, shewing that 
the adoption thereof will be a great Burthen to the 
Citizens. To which is added a Postscript, contain- 
ing the Proposal of a Common Council-man lately 
deceased, for raising the Sum wanted by an easy vo- 
' luntary Subscription of the Mayor, Aldermen, Clergy, 
Gentry, and Inhabitants of London. By a Livery- 
man. — London, 1759- Quarto. 

CLVIIL 
Observations on Bridge Building, and on the 
several Plans offered for a New Bridge at Black- 
Friars. — London, \760. Octavo. 



* The Bookseller; viz. by Annuities on Lives at Eight per Cent, and a 
Toil for the Interest. 



LONDON (Bridges). 787 

CLIX. 

Mr. Smeaton's Answer to the Misrepresenta- 
tions of his Plan for Black-friars Bridge, 
contained in a late anonymous Pamphlet, addressed 
to the Gentlemen of the Committee for building a 
Bridge at Black Friars. Dated Furnivars-Inn-Court, 
Feb.'a 176"0. Folio, 4 psLges. 

CLX. 
City Latin: or Critical and Political Remarks on the 
Latin Inscription on laying the First Stone of the in- 
tended New Bridge at Black-Fryars, proving al- 
most every Word and every Letter of it to be erro- 
neous, and contrary to the Practice of both Antients 
and Moderns in this kind of writing : interspersed 
with curious Reflections on Antiques and Antiquity ; 
M'ith a Plan or Pattern for a New Inscription. De- 
dicated to the venerable Society of Antiquaries. By 
the Rev. Busby Birch, LL.D. F.R.S. F. A.S. F.G.C. 
and M.S.E.A. M.C. /. e. Member of the Society for 
the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, and Com- 
merce. The Second Edition, with Additions and 
Corrections. 

" Quis cxpedivit Sal/iiusio suam Hundredam, 
Picdmquc docnit verba nostra conari." JNIlLTOX. 

London : Printed for R. Stevens, at Pope's Head, in Pater- 
noster Row, 1761. Octavo, 36 pages. 

CLXI. 

The Antiquarian School : or the City Latin elec- 
trified. A Ballad. Dedicated, by permission, to 
Sir Nicholas Nemo, Kn'- By Erasmus Hearne, 
A.M. F.A.S. Folio. 

CLXIL 
Plain English, in Answer to City Latin ; shewing 
the several Applications made, or proposed to be 



788 LONDON (Bridges). 

made, to the Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, &c. 
See. the London Clergy, the Lawyers, the College of 
Physicians, &c. for a proper Latin Liscription. Like- 
wise pointing out the supposed Author of the Li- 
scription, first in English, and the real Translator of 
it afterwards into Latin. By a Deputy. — London, 
17()i. Octavo. 

CLXIIL 

Westminster Bridge. — Reasons against building 
a Bridge from Lambeth to Westminster ; shew- 
ing the Liconveniencies of the same to the City of 
London and Borough of Southwark. 

London : Printed in the Year 1722. Octavo. 

CLXIV. 

Some Considerations humbly offered to the Honourable 
Members of the House of Commons, for building a 
Stone Bridge over the River Thames from West- 
minster to Lambeth : Together with some Pro- 
posals relating to a Design drawn for that purpose. 
In a Letter to a Member of that Honourable House. 
By John Price. 

London: Printed in the Year 1735. Octavo^ 16 pages. 

With a folded Design of a Bridge from Westminster to Lam- 
bctii. Reprinted in the following Year. 

CLXV. 

A Design for the Bridge at New Palace Yard, West- 
minster, composed of Nine Arches, independent of 
each other, wiiose Nature is such, that the greatest 
Weight ])ossibly to l)e impressed cannot break them 
down : admitting 880 Feet Water-way for the Flux 
and Reflux of tlie Tides ; with Observations on the 
several Designs published to this time, proving the 
Abutments of their Arches to be infirm, and the Pos- 



LONDON (Bridges). 789 

sibility of their falling, by means of which the whole 
will be in danger. By B. Langley. 

London : Printed for the Author, and J. Millan, opposite the 
Admiralty, Charing Cross; and by the Booksellers of Lon- 
don and Westminster, mdccxxxvi. Octavo, 30 pages. 

With a Plan and Sections of the Bridge, on a folded Plate. 

CLXVI. 

A Short Review of the several Pamphlets and 
Schemes that have been offered to the Publick, in 
relation to the building of a Bridge at West:min- 
STER. With Remarks on the different Calculations 
made of the Rise and Fall of Water which tlie Piers 
of a Stone Bridge may occasion. To which are 
added some Hints and Computations that may be of 
use for the better understanding the Nature and Dif- 
ticulty of such a Work. By John James, of Green- 
wich. 

London : Printed in the Year 1736. Octavo. 

CLXVII. 

A Reply to Mr. John James's Review of the se- 
veral Pamphlets and Schemes that have been offer'd 
to the Publick for the building of a Bridge at West- 
minster ; wherein his many Absurdities are detected, 
and the Manner of measuring and calculating the 
Quantity and Height of Materials in all kinds of 
Arches explain'd. By B. Langley. 

London : Printed for the Author; and sold by J. Millan, next 
Will's Coffee-House/ near Scotland Yard. MDCCXXXVii. 

Octavo, 38 pages. 

With a folded Plate of Arches. 

CLXVIII. 

A Short Narrative of the Proceedings of the Gen- 
tlemen concerned in obtaining the Act for building a 

PART II. 3 I 



790 LON'DON {Bridges). 

Bridge at Westminster ; and of the Steps which 
the Honourable the Commissioners, appointed by 
that Act, have taken to carry it into execution. In a 
Letter to a Member of Parhanient in the Country : 
together with his Answer. 

o 

" longiE 
" Ambages, sed summa scquar Fastigia Rerum." VlRG. 

London : Printed for T. Cooper, at the Globe, in Paternoster 
Row. MDccxxxviii. Octavo, 70 pages. 

CLXIX. 

Some Observations on the Scheme offered by 
Messrs. Cotton and Lediard, for opening the Streets 
and Passages to and from the intended Bridge at 
Westminster. In a Letter from one of the Commis- 
sioners for building the said Bridge to Mr. Lediard, 
and his Answer; with the Scheme and Plan prefixed. 
To which is added a Plan of the lower Parts of the 
Parishes of S' Margaret and S' John the Evangelist, 
from the Horse- Ferry to Whitehall; wherein several 
farther Improvements are delineated, and a Proposal 
for establishing a perpetual Fund, to defray the Ex- 
pences of paving, watching, and lighting the said 
Bridge, and keeping it in repair. By Thoinias Le- 
diard, Esq. 

London : Printed in the Year 1738. Quarto. 

CLXX. 

A Short Account of the Methods made use of in lay- 
ing the Foundation of the Piers of Westminster 
Bridge ; with an Answer to the chief Objections 
that have been made thereto. Drawn up by Order 
of the Right Hon. &c. the Commissioners appointed 
by Act of Parliament for building a Bridge at West- 
minster. To which are annexed the Plans, Eleva- 
tions, and Sections, belonging to a Design of a Stone 
liridge, adaj)ted to the Stone Piers which afe to sup- 



LONDON (Bridges). 79 1 

port Westminster Bridge; with an Explanation of tliat 
Design. By Charles Labelye, Engineer. 

" Homiiie niiperito tiunqiunn qnidqiiam injtistius ; 
Qui nisi (juacl ipse facit, nihil rectum putat." Ter. 

London : Printed by A. Parker, for the Author, mdccxxxix. 
Octavo, 90 pages. 

CLXXI. 

The present State of Westminster Bridge : con- 
taining a Description of the said Bridge, as it has 
been ordered into execution by the Right Honour- 
able (Sec. the Commissioners appointed by Parlia- 
ment, and is now carrying on : with a true Account 
of the Time already employed in the building, and of 
the Works which are now done. In a Letter to a 
Friend. The Second Edition, corrected. 

" De quibus ignoras tacc; de quibus certus es, loquere opportune." 

SixT. PiiiLOS. Sent. 15?. 

London : Printed for J. Millan, Bookseller, over against the 
Admiralty Office, Charing Cross. 1 743. Octavo, 30 pages. 

CLXXIL 

A Survey of Westminster Bridge, as 'tis now 
sinking into ruin : wherein the Cause of the Founda- 
tion giving way under the sinking Pier, and its dislo- 
cated Arches, is not only accounted for, but also that 
the whole Structure is likewise subject to the same 
immediate (if not unavoidable) Ruin. With Remarks 
ion the piratical Method used for building the Piers ; 

. and a just Estimate of the Expense for wliich all 
their Foundations might have been made secure with 
Piles, until every Stone with which the Bridge is 
built was for?i into ato?}i.s by the hungry Teeth of de- 
vouring Time. By Batty Langley, of Meard's 
Court, Dean Street, Soho, Architect. 

London : Printed for M. Cooper, at the Globe, in Paternoster 
Row. 1748. Oc/afo, 48 pages. 

With a Frontispiece, shewing the Manner of building Bridges 
secure on Piles, as Westminster Bridge ought to have been 
built. 



792 LONDON (Bridges). 

CLXXTIL 

Remarks on the different Constructions of 
Bridges, and Improvements to secure their Found- 
ations on the different Soils where they are intended 
to be built, which hitherto seems to iiave been a 
Thing not sufficiently considered. By Charles 
Marquand. — London, 1749- Quarto. 

CLXXIV. 
Observations on a Pamphlet lately published, en- 
titled " Remarks on the different Constructions of 
Bridges, and Improvements to secure their Founda- 
tions, <Scc. By Charles Marquand." In which the 
pue?iliti/ of that Performance is considered. 

" Meliora pii f/dCiK If l^anntts." Hok 

London : Printed for the Author ; and sold by VV. Owen, at 
Temple Bar. mdccxlix. Octavo^ 23 pages. 

CLXXV. 
GEPHYRALOGIA: An Historical Account of 
Bridges, antient and modern, from the most early 
mention of them by Authors, down to the present 
time. Including a more particular History and De- 
scription of the New 15ridge at Westminster ; and an 
Abstract of the Rules oi Bridge-buiiding, by the 
most eminent Architects. With Remarks, compara- 
tive and critical, deduced both from the History and 
the Rules, and a[)plied to the Construction of West- 
minster Bridge. To which is added, by way of Ap- 
pendix, an Abridgement of all the Laws relating 
thereto. 

" Bid the Broad Auch the dangVous flood contain, 
The Mole projected lireak the roarins; Main: 
Back to hisboMiifls their subject Sea command, 
And roll obe(!i( nt Rinrs thro' tlie land : 
These honours, I'oaee to fia[)py Britain brins;s; 
These are Lnperial Works, and worthy Kins^s." PoPE. 

London : Printed for C. Corbett, Bookseller, at Addison's 
Head^ over against S' Dunstan's Church, in Fleet Street; 



LOXDON {Charters, Laws, Customs). 79" 

and sold by all Booksellers in Town and Country, mdccli. 
Octavo, 14 J pages. 

With a South \'ievv of Westminster Bridge, and the adjoining 
Buildings. T. Jefferys sculp. 

CLXXVI. 
A DEsciiiPiioN of Westminster Bridge: To 

which tt ' added an Account of the Methods made 
use oi in laying the Foundadons oi its Piers ; and an 
Answer to the chief Objections that have been made 
thereto : nidi an Appendix, containing several Parti- 
culars relating to tlie said Bridge, or to the History of 
the building thereof; as also its geometrical Plans, 
and the Elevation of one of the Fronts, as it is 
finished, correctly engraven on two laige Copper- 
plates. (Drawn up and published by Order of the 
Commissioners.) By Charles Labelye. 

" Qdod optantl Divuni prnmiitere ncriio 

Auderet, vu/vcnda dies en (ittiilU i/ltru." ViRG. 

London: Printed by W. Strahan, for the Author, mdccli. 
Octavo, 123 pages. 

N. B. The Plate alluded to is a large Two-sheet View of 
Westminster Bridge, which was sold separate. 

CLXXVII. 

CHARTERS, LAWS, CUSTOMS. 

Arnolde's Chronicle. — In this boke is conteined 
y^ names of the baylyfs Custose mayers and sherefs 
of y^ cyte of london from the tyme of Kynge Riciiard 
the fyrst & also the artycles of y^ Chartour & lybar- 
tyes of the same Cyte. And of the chartour and ly- 
bartyes of England, with other dyuers maters good 
and necessary for euery cytezen to vnderstond and 
knowe. Wiche ben shewed in chapyters aftyr the 
fourme of this kalendyr foiowynge. 

This Title is at the head of the Kalendar, or Table of Contents, 
which is printed in double columns, as is also the greater part 
of the volume. 



794 LONDON (Charters, Laxvs, Customs). 

This Introductory Portion contains signatures a 2, 3,4, forming 
3 leaves, or () pages, not numerically paged — The VVork then 
begins as follows : " The Names of the Baylyfs, Gustos, 
Mayres and Serefs of cyte of London from the tyme of Kynge 
Rycharde y*-" fyrst called Cure de Lyon, whiche was crowned the 
iii day of Soptembie, the yere of our lorde god xi.C.lxxxix," 
[b i-c 4] 1 -2 leaves, or 23 printed pages. 
This is succeeded by a second Index, in double columns, be- 
ginning with " I'he artycles of y^ charter and liberties of the 
Cite of lodon," (being 1 12) in eleven cokunns, and ending on 
the upper part of the twelfth ; after which follow the " copy 
of the hole Charter of London of tlie furst graunt," together 
with the remaining Articles, to the end of the volume, (as 
given at length by Oldys in the " British Librarian," forming 
pages 23-5,) signatures B l-u5, 120 leaves, or 239 printed 
pages, in double columns, the last leaf ending thus : " And 
whe this was done it was decreed by the sayde arbytrours that 
everyche of my lordys of gloucester, & of wynchester sholde 
take enthyr other by the hand in presence of the kynge and al 
the parlement in signu and tokyn of good loue and accorde 
which was done." 
Printed in black letter, and not numerically paged, without 
Printer's name, or date when printed. Folio. 
N. B. " The First Edition of this Chronicle was undoubtedly 
printed at Antwerp by John Doesborowe, without particular 
indication of date, place, or printer's name ; but the two latter 
are sufficiently evident from a comparison with some other books 
printed by the same person, and more particularly with the very 
curious life of Virgil the Necromancer, the History of the Par- 
son of Kalenborowe, the Letter sent from the Great Turk to 
the Pope of Rome, and a Grammatical Treatise, all undoubtedly 
printed bv Doesborowe, in the same type and manner. It is 
probable that Arnold, when residing in Flanders on his mercan- 
tile concerns, became ac(|uainted with this Printer, who had 
been em])loved by other Englishmen. This must have happened 
about the begnniing of the sixteenth century, the last Sheriffs in 
Arnold's list, in his First Edition, being Henry Keblc and Nico- 
las Nynes, in the ISth of King Henry VII. 1502; in which 
year, or soon afterwards, the book must have been printed. 

The Second Edition was also published without date, place, 
or printer s name ; but there is no manner of doubt that it 
came from the press of Peter Trevcris ; and as the List of She- 
riffs is continued to the 11th of Henry VIII. about the year 



LONDON (Cliarters^ Laivs, Customs). 795 

1520 or 1521, when Arnold might still be living. From the 
mode of printing particular words in this E('ition, there is rea- 
son for supposing that no intermediate one had been published. 
A Third has indeed been alluded to by the learned Compiler of 
the Catalogue of Lord Oxford's printed books ; and Mr. Ames 
speaks of a Quarto Edition, with Wood Cuts, which his Conti- 
nuator, the praiseworthy and industrious Herbert, says was only 
a fragment in Mr. Tutet's possession. This was purchased at 
the latter gentleman's sale for His Majesty's Library, and will 
probably, whenever it is inspected, turn out to be nothing more 
than a clipped copy of Treveris's edition, the large and orna- 
mented capital letters having been, as it is conceived, rather in- 
accurately denominated Wood Cuts." See Advertisemeiit, pre- 
fixed to the reprinted Edition in Quarto in 1811. 

CLXXVIII. 

The Customs of Loxdon, otherwise called Arnold's 
Chronicle : containing, among divers other ^,Iat- 
ters, the original of the celebrated Poem of the NuT 
Brown Maid. Reprinted from the First Edition, 
v\ith the Additions included in the Second. (Edited 
by Francis Douce, Esq.) 

London : Printed for F. C. and J. Rivington ; T. Payne : Wil- 
kie and Robinson ; Longman, Hurst, Ree.';, Orme, and 
Brown; Cadell and Davies; J. Mawman ; and R. H. Evans. 
1811. Quarto. 

Half Title. Title-page as above. i 

Advertisement, p. v-xii. 

Table of Contents, or " Kalendir," [c] p. xiii-xvii. 

The Names of y'' Balyfs, Gustos, Mayers, and ISherefs of y* Cite 
of London, [c4-g4] p. xix-lii. 

The Articles of y^ Charter and Liberteis of the Cite of London, 
&:c. &c. with the Poem of the Nut Brown Maid, [B-Qq 2] 
300 pages. 

CLXXIX. 

The ancient Customes and approved Usages of the 

Honourable City of London. 

Printed in the Year I639. Quarto. 

CLXXX. 

A Breefe Discourse, declaring and approvincr the ne~ 



796 LONDON {Charters, Laws, Customs). 

cessarie and inviolable maintenance of the laudable 
CusTOMES of London : namely, of that one, av hereby 
a reasonable partition of the goods of husbands among 
their wiues and children is prouided : with an answer 
to such obiections and pretensed reasons as are by 
persons vnaduised or euii persuaded, vsed against the 
same. 

At London : Printed by Henrie Midleton, for Rafe Newberie. 
1584. Sixleens ; with the Title-page (within a border). 
[A-cviii] 48 pages. Black letter. 

Reprinted with the Orders of S' Bartholomew's Hospital in 
1632. 

CLXXXI. 

The LiBERi lES, Usages, and Customes of the City 
of London ; confirmed by especiall Acts of Parlia- 
ment, with the Time of tlieir Confirmation. Also 
divers ample and most beneticiall Charters granted 
by King Henry the 6""^; King Edward the 4'^' and 
King Henry the 7 ^' not confirmed by Parliament as 
the other Charters m ere ; and where to find every par- 
ticular Grant and Confirmation at large. (Collected 
by Sir Henry Caltiirop, Knight, sometime Re- 
corder of London, for his private use, and now) Pub- 
lished for the good and benefit of this Honourable 
Citv. 

London : Printed by B. Alsop, for Nicholas Vavasour ; and are 
to be sold at his Shop in the Inner Temple, mdcxlii. Small 
quarto^ 23 pages, exclusive of the Title. — (Reprinted in 
1674 in quarto, the words within a parenthesis being omitted 
in the Title-page. It is also inserted in Lord Somers's Third 
Collection of Tracts, vol. i. p. 351.) 

CLXXXIL 

The City Law : or the Course and Practice in all 

manner of Juridicall Proceedings in the Hustings in 

Guild-Hall, London. ]">nglished out of an ancient 

Trench Manuscript : also an Alphabet of all the 



LONDON (C/iaricn; Laws; Cunioui^). yyj 

Offices disposed and given by the Lord J\fayors of 
London. 

London: Printed by B.Alsop, for L. Chapman and L. Blaik- 
locke : and are to be sold at their Shops at Temple-Barre, 
and at the next doore to the Fountain Taverne, in the 
Strand. J 647. Sytiall quarto. 

Title-page as above. 

To the Reader, 2 pages. 

An alphabetical Table of the principal! Matters contained in this 

Booke, 4 pages. 
The ancient Cuhtomes and approved Usages of the Honourable 

City of London [b-i 3] 62 pages. 
A Table of sundry Offices and Roomes in the City of London 

within the Lord Maiors gift: also Profits to be received by 

the Lord Maior yearly, and other Profits arising otherwise. 

pp. 63-69. 

Errors of paging: — p. 59 for 60; — p. 59 for 64. 

CLXXXIIL 

Reports of Speciall Cases touching severall Customs 
and Liberties of the City of Lonuon. Collected by 
Sir H. Calthrop, Knight, sometimes Recorder of 
London, after Attorney-General of the Court of 
Wards and Liveries. Whereunto is annexed divers 
ancient Customes and Usages of the said City of 
London. - Never before in print. 

London : Printed for Abel Roper, at the Sun, against S' Dun- 
stan's Church, in Fleet Street. 1655. Duodecimo, [b-n 2] 
179 pages; with a Dedication to Sir Thomas Loe, Kn'- and 
Table of Contents, 6 pages^ 

CLXXXIV. 

The City Law : shewing the Customs, Franchises, Li- 
berties, Privileges, and Immunities of the City of 
London. 1658. Octavo. 



PART II. 5 k 



798 LONDON {Charters, Laws, Customs). 

CLXXXV. 

The Royal Charter of Confirmation granted by 
King Charles II. to the City of London : Wherein 
are recited, verbatim, all the Charters to the said 
City granted by His Majesties Royal Predecessors, 
Kings and Queens of England. Taken out of the 
Records, and exactly translated into English by S. S. 
Gent. Together with an Index or Alphabetical 
Table, and a Table explaining all the obsolete and 
difficult Words in the said Charter. 

London : Printed for Samuel Lee and Benjamin Alsop, at the 
Feathers, in Lombard Street, near the Post Office ; and at the 
Angel, in the Poultrey, over against the Stocks Market. Oc- 
tavo. (1880.) First printed in 1664. 

Title-page as before. 

Dedication to the Right Hon. Sir Robert Clayton, Knt. Lord 
Mayor, signed S. G., 6 pages. 

A Table of obsolete and difficult Words contained in the Char- 
ter, [*'] 4 pages. 

The Table, [*3] 12 pages. The Charters, [b-r 4] 247 pages. 

CLXXXVI. 

LEX LONDINENSIA : or the City Law ; shew- 
ing the Powers, Customs, and Practice of all the se- 
veral Courts belonging to the Famous City of Lon- 
don ; viz. The Lord Majors Court, the Orphans 
Court, the Court of Hustings, the Court of Com- 
mon Councel, the Court of Aldermen, the Ward- 
motes, the Courts of Conservacy for the River of 
Thames, the Court of Conscience, the Sheriffs Court, 
the Chamberlains Court : together with several Acts 
of Common Councel, very useful and necessary to be 
known by all Merchants, Citizens, and Freemen of 
the said City ; and also a Method for the Ministers 
within the said City to recover their Tithes ; with a 
Table to the whole Book. 

London : Printed by S. Roycroft for Henry Twyford, in the 
Hall Court of the Middle Temple. 1680. Octavo, 277 pages. 



LONDON" (Charters, Laws, Customs). 799 

CLXXXVII. 

The Abridgement of the Charters of the City 
of London : being every PVee-man's Privilege. 
Exactly translated from the original Record, and 
rendred faithfully into English according to the said 
Record itself, from the time of Ayilliam the Conque- 
rour, and other Kings and Queens of England, to 
the time of our now Sovereign Lord King Charles 
the Second ; comprehending the whole Charter, only 
the Words of Form left out. Of great use and be- 
nefit to all Citizens of the said City in general, and 
other Persons, being Foreign Merchants. 

LoxNDON : Printed in the Year 1680. Small quarto, 82 pages. 

CLXXXVIIL 

PRIVILEGIA LONDINENSIS: or, the Laws, 
Customs, and Priviledges of the City of London. 

Wherein are set forth all the Charters from King William I. 
to His present Majesty King William III. All their ge- 
neral and particular Customs ; viz against Foreigners, 
of a Feme Sole Merchant, of Disfranchisements of 
Freemen's Wills, of Executors and Administrators, of 
Fining those that refuse their Office, of Market Overt, 
of Prisage, &c. The Nature of By-laws; what are 
good and what not, and how pleadable; with several 
special Cases relating to the same. Also of Masters and 
Apprentices, variety of Cases, and Pleading thereon. 
Likewise the Manner of proceeding in Attachments, 
Pleadings in Foreign Attachments, with several Cases 
thereof, and Forms of Pleadings thereon. The Custom 
of Orphans in several remarkable Cases. Togetiicr with 
the Practice of all the Courts, with the Fees thereunto 
belonging ; as also the exact Table of Fees, as they were 
given in by Order of the Court of y\ldernicn, under the 
Hands of the several Prothonotariev, Secondaries, Attor- 
nies, and Clerk-sitters in both Compters, Keepers of 
Wood Street and Poultry Compters, and Ludgate. With 
several other useful Matters relating thereunto, necessary 



800 LONDOX {Charters, Laws, Customs). 

for all Merchants, Tradesmen, Citizens, and others. With 
an exact Table to the whole. 

London : Printed for J. Walthoe, in the Middle Temple Cloy- 
sters, 1702*. Octavo. 

Title-page as above. Introduction, 2 pages. 

The Charters of the City of London, [b 2-Hh4] p. 3-472. 
The Tables, not paged, 16 pages. 

A Table of the Statute Law relating to the City of London, 
2 pages. 

%* Reprinted in 1716, and again in 1723 " for John Wal- 
thoe, jun. over against the Royal Exchange, in Cortihill ; 
and James Crockatt, at the Golden Key, near the Inner 
Temple Gate, Fleet Street," with Additions by William Bo- 
hun, of the Middle Temple, consisting of a Dedication ; Pre- 
face, p. 5-16; the Laws, &c. [u-Kk] 498 pages; and the 
Tables, 22 pages. 

CLXXXIX. 

The Priviledges of the Lord Mavor and Alder- 
men of the City. The Advantages of the Freemen 
thereof. A Method for Freemen to make their Wills. 
If die without a Will, how their Estates must be di- 
vided. The Usage of the Mayor's Court, the Or- 
phans Court, and all the other Courts. The Cham- 
berlains Clerk his Fees. The Coroner "s Duty and 
Fees. How to make Distress for Rent ; m ith several 
Aets of Parliament, Acts of Common Council, and 
other Matters never before published : also the Mi- 
nisters Tythes in every Parish in Loudon, and how to 
recover the same. With a 'i'able to the whole. By 
John GliEEN, some time Attorney in the Mayor's 
Court. 

London : Printed and sold by James Roberts, in Warwick 
Lane, 1722. Octavo; with Two Dedications and Table of 
Contents, forming in all 229 pages. 



* Some copies licarin«i tliis date are entitled " PrivUrgia Lo7idini," and 
have tlie loUowiii^ imprint: " London : Printed for D. Brown, at tlie Blnck 
Swan and Bilile without Temple Bur; and J. Walthoe, in the Middle Teni-r 
pie Clo)3ters." 



LONDON {Charters, Laws, Customs). 801 

cxc. 

Cltp liberties : or the Rij^hts and Privileges of Free- 
men ; being a concise Abridgment of all the Laws, 
Charters, By-Laws, and Customs of London down 
to this Time : containing the Liberties and Advan- 
tages of the Citizens, their Wives, Widows, Orphans, 
and others : and the Laws concerning; Wills, Admi- 
nistration and Distribution of Estates, Actions, At- 
tachments and Sequestrations : Also of binding forth 
Apprentices, taking out Freedoms, Election of Of- 
licers, and Courts in the City, Companies of Trade, 
&c. as regulated by late Statutes : very useful to all 
Citizens and other Lihabitants of the City of Lon- 
don. (By Giles Jacob.) 

In the Savov : Printed l)y E, and R. Nutt, and R. Gostling, 
(Assigns of Edw. Sayer, Esq.) for W. Mears, at the Lamb, 
in the Old Baily. mdccxxxii. Octavo. (Reprinted in 1 738.) 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the Right Hon. Francis Child, Esq. Lord Mavor 

of the City of London, signed Giles Jacob, p.iii-vi. 
The Preface, p. vii-viii. 
City Liberties, [b-m 4] 1G8 pages. 
A Table of Heads, 8 pages. 

CXCL 

The Charters of the City of London, which have 
been granted by the Kings and Queens of England 
since the Conquest. Taken verbatim out of the Re- 
cords, exactly translated into English, with Notes ex- 
plaining ancient Words and Terms. And the Parlia- 
mentary Confirmation, by K. William and Q. Mary. 
To which is annexed an Abstract of the Ariiuiuiis in 
the Case of the Quo JVarranto. By J. E. 

London : Printed for D. Farmer, at the King's Arms, in 
S* Paul's Church-yard, mdccxxxvhi. Sjnatl octavo. 

Title-page as above, printed in black and red ink. 



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802 LONDON {Charters, Laxvs, Customs). 

Dedication to the Right Honourable Sir John Barnard, Knight, 

Lord Mayor, 5 pages. 
The Charters, [B-Aa3] 269 pages. 
The Index, 10 pages. 

Error of paging : — page 341 for 134. 

*.,,* Reprinted in 1745 ; to which is annexed the Charter of 

tlie xv''^ of George the Second. 

CXCII. 

The Charters of London complete: also Magna 
Charta and the Bill of Rights : with explanatory 
Notes and Remarks. By John Luffman, Citizen 
and Goldsmith of London. 

London : Printed for J. LufFman, No. 3, Windmill Street, Fins- 
bury Square, and T. Evans, No. 47, Paternoster Rotv. 1793. 
Octavo. [B-Ggg4] 437 pages. 

CXCIIL 

The Laws and Customs, Rights, Liberties and Privi- 
leges of the City of London : Containing the se- 
veral Charters granted to the said City, from William 
the Conqueror to the present time ; the Magistrates 
and Offtcers thereof, and their respective Creations, 
Elections, Rights, Duties, and Authorities ; the Laws 
and Customs of the City, as the same relate to the 
Persons or Estates of the Citizens ; the Nature, Ju- 
risdiction, Practice, and Proceedings of the several 
Courts in London ; and the Acts of Parliament con- 
cerning the Cides of London and Westminster al- 
phabetically dig(\^tcd. The Second Edition. 

London: Printed for J.Williams, at No. 39, in Fleet Street. 
MDCCLXXiv. Duodecimo. 

Title-page as above. 

Contents, and Table of the principal Matters, 19 pages. 
The Laws and Privileges of London, &c. [b-p 2] 315 pages. 
Index, 12 pages. 



LONDON (Charters, Laxvs, Customs). 80"^ 

CXCIV. 

A List of t!)e By-laws of the City .of London unre- 
pealed. — Turner, Mayor. — A Couiinon Council 
holclen in the Chamber of the Guildl^all of the City 
of London, on Thursday the 26"* Day of October 
1769; It is ordered, that the List of the By-laws of 
this City, unrepealed, as prepared by the Town Clerk, 
be printed, and a Copy thei'eof sent to every Member 
of this Court. Hodges. 

Printed by Henry Kent, Printer to the Honourable City of Lon- 
don, 1769. Octavo, 134 pages, exclusive of an hidex of 10 
pages. 

cxcv. 

The Privjledges of the Citizens of London: 
contained in the Charters granted to them by the 
several Kings of this Realm, and confirmed by sun- 
dry Parliaments. Comprehending the whole Char- 
ter, only Words of Form left out. Now seasonably 
publisht for general Liformation, upon the occasion 
of the Quo Warranto brought against the said City. 

London : Printed for the Translator of it ; and published by 
Langley Curtiss, at the Sign of Sir Edmund-Bury Godfrey, 
near Fleet-Bridge, mdclxxxii. Small quarto, 82 pages. 

CXCVL 

The Rights and Priviledges of the City of Lon- 
don, proved from Prescription, Charters, and Acts 
of Parliament: also the Coronation Oaths of several 
of the Kincrs of England. Together with some Ar- 
guments to enforce on all great Men their Duly of 
acting agreeable thereunto, and to the known Laws of 
tlie Kingdom. 

" Veritas abscundi erubescit, nihil eniin tjiagis metuit <]uum mm profer-ii in 
publicum, vuU sein Luce cullocari,et quis illam occulut occuUetve,<J2iam 
omnium oculis expositam esse est (Equissimum ? 

" Eatenvs ratiocinandum doiiec Veritas inveniatur ; ubi invcnta est Veritas, 
ihi Jigendum Judicium." — Co. 10. Rep. iu Pref. 

London : Printed for J. Johnson, 1682. Folio, 32 pages. 



804 LONDON {Charters, Lazvs, Cusionis). 

CXCVII. 

The Rights and Priviledges of the City of London 
proved from Prescription, Charters, and Acts of Par- 
liament : With a ku'ge Preface, shewing how fatal the 
late Proceedings in Westminster-Hall in dissolving 
Corporations were, to tlie original Constitution of the 
English Government. 

" Cursed be he that removeth /lis neighbour s land-maik : and let all the 
people say. Amen." — Deut. xxvii. 17. 

London : Printed, and are to be sold by Richard Baldwin, near 
the Black Bull, in the Old Baily. 1 689. Folio, 34 pages. 

CXCVIII. 

x^ True x\ccount of the Proceedings at the Common 
Hall for chusing Sheriffs and other Officers, at 
Guildhall, London, on Thursday the 24*'' of June 
1680 : with a Copy of the Petition there offered, and 
owned by the general Acclamation of the Hall, for 
the Sitting of the Parliament. In a Letter to a 
Friend in the Country. Folio. 

N. B. " The Citizens now first departed from the usual mode 
of electing their Sheriffs, in opposition to the Court, insisting, 
that though the nomination might be in the Mayor, the right of 
election was in the Common Hall. This continued through suc- 
ceeding years, until the Court took the advantage of it to declare 
a forfeiture of tiieir Charter." Gough. — This interesting cir- 
cumstance gave rise to the publication of many pamphlets and 
single sheets, which arc detailed by Mr. Gough, Br. Topog. 
vol. i. p. 382-587; the most considerable are as follow; 

CXCIX. 

The FoiiFEiTUiiES of London's Charter: or an 

impartial Account of the several Seisurcs of the City 
(charter, together with the Means and Methods that 
were used for the Recovery of the same, with the 
Causes by which it came forfeited ; as likewise the 
Im])risomncnts, Deposing, and Fining the Lord 
JMayor, Aldermen, and Sheriffb since the Reign of 



LONDON {Charters, Laws, Customs). 805 

King Heniy the Third, to this present Year, 1682. 
Being faithfully collected out of antient and modem 
History's, and now seasonably published for the Satis- 
faction of the inquisitive upon the late Arrest made 
upon the said Charter by Writ of Quo TFarranto. 
Printed for the Author ; and are to be sold by Daniel Brown, at 
the Black Svvan and Bible, without Temple-Bar ; and Tho- 
mas Benskin, in S' Bride's Church-yard, 1682. Small 
quarto, 36 pages. 

cc. 

The City of London's Plea to the Quo TVarj^anto 
(an Information) brought against their Charter in 
Michaelmas Term 1^81 ; wherein it will appear that 
the Liberties, Priviledges, and Customs of the said 
City cannot be lost by the Misdemeanor of any Of- 
ficer or INIagistrate thereof; nor their Charter be 
seized into the King's Hands for any mis-usage or 
abusage of their Liberties and Priviledges, they being 
confirmed by divers ancient Records and Acts of 
Parliament made before and since Mama Charta. 
Also how far the Commons of the said City have 
power of chusing and removing their Sheriffs. Pub- 
lished both in En dish and Latin. 

London : Printed in the Year 1682. Folio. 

CCL 
The Replication to the City of London's Plea 
to the Quo Warranto brought against their Charter 
by our Sovereign Lord the King, ]\Iichaelmas Term 
1681. London, 1682. Folio. 

CCIL 
The City of London's Rejoinder to Mr. Attorney- 
General's Replication in the Quo Warranto brought 
by him against their Charter : 
Wherein they plead, that I. by Prescription they have .a 
Right, 1 . To appoint, alter, and change the Markets 
PA.RT II. 3 L 



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506 LONDON {Charters^ Laws, Customs). 

within the City, from one Place to another. 2. To re- 
gulate Markets, and to ascertain Tolls and Prisages, 
which were levied as well upon Freemen as Un-Freemen. 
They also plead, II. That upon serious Consideration had 
of the Proceedings of the late Damnable Popish Plot by 
them mentioned for the Destruction of the King's most 
sacred Person, the Extirpation of the Protestant Reli- 
gion, and the Subversion of the Civil Government ; the 
Common Council, out of their great Zeal and Loyalty to 
the King, agreed to the Petition inserted in Mr. Attor- 
ney-General's said Replication. 

London Printed; and are to be sold by L. Curtiss. 1682. 
Small folio, 35 pages. In Latin and English; printed in 
double columns. 

CCIII. 

The Sur-Rejoinder of Mr. Attorney-General to the 
Rejoinder made on the Behalf of the Charter of the 
City of London. 

London: Printed forS. Mearne. 1682. Small folio, 11 pages, 
printed in Latin and English, in double columns. 

CCIV. 

A Defence of the Charter and Municipal Rights 
of the City of London ; and the Rights of other 
Municipal Cities and Towns of England. Directed 
to the Citizens of London. By Thomas Hunt. 

" Si populus vult decipi, decipicitur." 
London Printed : and are to be sold by Richard Baldwin, near 
the Black Bull, in the Old Bailey. Small quarto, 46 pages. 

ccv. 

The Lawyer outlaw'd ; or a brief Answer to Mr. 
Hunt's Defence of the Charter ; with some useful 
Remarks on the Commons Proceedings in the last 
Parliament at Westminster. Li a Letter to a Friend. 

Printed by N. T. for the Author, mdclxxxiit. QuarlOy 38 
pages, exclusive of the Title-page. 



LONDON {Charters, Lans, Customs). 807 

CCVI. 

The Pleadings, Arguments, and other Proceedings in 
the Court of King's Bench upon the Quo Warranto, 
touching the Charter of the City of London ; 
with the Judgment entred thereupon. The wiiole 
Pleadings faithfully taken from the Record. 

London : Printed forT. D. and B.T. : and are to be sold by 
S. Keble, at the Turk's Head, in Fleet Street ; D. Brown, at 
the Black Swan and Bible, without Temple Bar ; and J. Wal- 
thoe, in the Middle Temple Cloysters. mdcxcvi. In Four 
Parts. Folio, 241 pages. 

CCVII. 

Reflections on the City Charter and Writ of 
Quo Warranto : together with a Vindication of the 
late Sheriffs and Juries. 

" Imperia Legum potentiora quam Ilominum." 

LfONDON : Printed for E. Smith, at the Elephant and Castle, in 

Cornhill. mdclxxxii. Small quarto, 32 pages. 

CCVIII. 
A Modest Enquiry concerning the Election of the 
Sheriffs of London, and the Right of Chusing 
demonstrated to belong unto, and to have been always 
adjudged to reside in, the Lord Mayor, the Court of 
Aldermen, and the Common Hall. 

London: Printed for Henry Mead. 1682. Small quarto, 46 

pages. 

CCIX. 
A Plea for the Commonalty of London ; or a Vin- 
dication of their Rights (which hath been long with- 
holden from them) in the Choice of sundry City Of- 
ficers : as also a Justification of the Power of the 
Court of Common-councell in the making of Acts or 
By-laws for the good and profit of the Citizens, not- 
withstanding the negative Votes of the Lord Mayor 



SOS LONDON {Charters, Laxvs, Customs). 

and Aldermen. Being fully proved by severall Char- 
ters granted to this City by sundry Royall Kings of 
England, confirmed by Act of Parliament, and by 
Records witnessing the Particulars in the Practice of 
them, in a Speech delivered in Common Councell 
on Munday the 24* of February 1644. By John 
Bellamie. 

London: Printed by George Miller, 1645. Duodecimo, 36 
pages, including the Title. Reprinted in 1727. 

N. B. This was replied to in " Bellamms Enervatus : or an 
Answer to the Plea for the Commonalty of London. 1 643." 
Quarto. 

ccx. 

London's Liberties : or a Learned Argument of 
Law and Reason, upon Saturday, December 14, 
1650, before the Lord Alaior, Court of Aldermen, 
and Common-Councell at Guild-Hail, London, be- 
tween Mr. JMaynard, Mr. Hales, and Mr. Wilde, of 
Councell for the Companies of London ; and Major 
John Wildman and Mr. John Price, of Councell for 
the Freedom of London : wherein the Freedom of 
the Citizens of London in their Elections of their 
Chief Officers is fully debated, the most ancient 
Charters and Records of the City examined, and the 
Principles of just Government cleared and vindi- 
cated. This Discourse was exactly taken in Short 
Hand by severall that were present at the Argument, 
who have compared their Notes, and published them 
for publi(}ue use. 

London : Printed by Ja. Cottrel for Gyles Calvert, at the Sign 
of the Black Spread Eagle, at the West end of Paul's, 1651. 
Quarto, 38 pages, exclusive of the Title, 

CCXL 

The History of the Sheriffdom of the City of 
London and County of Middlesex : 

Containing the original Method of electing Sheriffs for the 



LONDON {Charters, Laws, Cusioms). 80.9 

said City and County; an Account of the several Altera- 
tions that have happen'd in such Elections ; in whom 
the Right of Choice has resided, and by whom the Elec- 
tions have been managed, from the first granting of the 
Charter to the Citizens to choose vShcriffs from among 
themselves, in the Reign of Henry the First, and third 
King from tiie Conquest, to the present time ; Polls and 
Scrutinies, when first began, and how and by whom to 
be managed. With a faithful Relation of the Case of 
Mr. Papillon and Mr. Dubois, in the Reign of King 
Charles II. upon which follow'd the seizing of the City 
Charter into that Prince's Hands. 
The whole extracted from Historians, Charters, and Acts 
of Common Council. To which is added the Opinion 
of the Lord Chief Justice concerning the Power of the 
Lord Maior in these Elections, as deliver'd by him in his 
Charge to the Jury in the famous Trial between Sir Wil- 
liam Fritchard and Mr. Papillo?i; and the several Acts 
of Common-Council since made to settle that Magis- 
trate's Authority, and regulate Elections. 

London: Sold by A. Dodd without Temple-Bar. 1723. Oc- 
tavo, 72 pages. 

CCXII. 

The Method and Rule of Proceeding upon all Elec- 
tions, Polls, and Scrutinies at Common-Halls and 
Wardmotes within the City of London. By Sir 
William Mildmay, Bart. The Second Edition 
corrected. 

London: PrintedforW. Johnston, in Ludgate Street; L. Hawes, 
W. Clarke, and R. Collins, in Paternoster Row ; and B. Law, 
in Ave Mary Lane, mdcclxviii. Duodecimo : containing, 
with the Dedication to Richard Hoare, Esq. Alderman^ and 
Table of the Contents^ 201 pages. 

CCXIII. 

A Journal of the Shrievalty of Richard Hoare, 

Esquire, in the Years 1740-41. Printed from a ]\Ia- 
nuscript Copy in his own Hand-writing. 

Bath : Printed by Richard Crutwell, A.D. 1815. Roijal 
quarto. 



810 LONDON (Compan'm). 

Title-page as before. 

Half Title as follows : '^ A Journal of the Proceedings of my 
Shrievalty, in the execution of the Office of one of the She- 
riffs of London, &c. from September 1740 to 29 September 
1741, during the Mayoralties of Sir John Salter, Humphrey 
Parsons, and Daniel Lambert, Esquires ; containing an Ac- 
count of the Duty and Formalities of the Office, the Atten- 
dances on the Lord Mayors, and the Business of the Court of 
Aldermen during that period," signed " Richard Hoare." 

An Account of " the Family of Hoare," 2 pages. 

The Journal, [b-p] 106 pages. 

N. B. The impression of this curious and rare volume was 
limited to Twenty-Jive copies, as affirmed by the Printer on the 
reverse of the Title-page ; and was printed at the expense of 
Sir Richard Colt Hoare, Bar*' solely for private distribution. 

CCXIV. 

COMPANIES. 

1 . Orders made by the Court of Assistants of the Artillery 
Company, and confirmed by the whole Society at two Gene- 
ral Courts holden in the Armoury in the Artillery ; viz. the 
first Court on the 8'^ of February 1658, and the other Court 
on the 7"^ of May 1659, by which Orders the Company is to 
be governed. London, 1739. Octavo. 



2. Avme for Finsburie Archers ; or an alphabetical Table of the 
Names of every Marke within the same Fields, with their true 
Distances both by the Map and Dimensuration with the Line: 
published for the ease of the skilful, and behoof of the younge 
beginners in the famous Exercise of Archerie, by J. J. and 
E.B. 

London: Printed in 1594. Sixteens. Republished by R. F. in 
1 604, the Title-page abridged. 



3. The Bowman's Glory ; or Archery revived : giving an Ac- 
count of the many signal Favours vouchsafed to Archers and 
Archery by those renowned Monarchs King Henry VHL James 
and Charles \. as by their several gracious Commissions here 
recited may appear. With a brief relation of the Manner of 
the Archers marching on several Days of Solemnity. Pub- 
lished by William Wood, Marshall to the Regiment of 



LONDON {Companies). 811 

Archers. To which is annext, a Remembrance of the worthy 
Show and Shooting of the Duke of Shoreditch* and his As- 
sociates, the Worshipful Citizens of London, upon Tuesday, 
September 17, 1 583, set fortli according to the Truth thereof, 
to the everlasting Honour of the Game of Shooting in the 
Long Bow. By W. AL Duodecimo. 1632. 

4. Military Discipline : or the Yong Artillery Man. Wherein 
is discoursed and showne the Postures both of Musket and 
Pike; theexactest way, &c. Together with the Motions which 
are to be used in the exercising of a Foot-company ; with di- 
vers and severall Formes and Figures of Battell, with their 
Reducements. Very necessary for all such as are studious in 
the Art Military. By William Barriff. 

PsAL. cxliv. 1. " Blessed be the Lord, my strength, rchich tcacheth my 
hands to rctirre, and my fingers tufight.'^ 

London: Printed by Thomas Harper, for Ralph Mab. 1635. 

Quarto. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the Right Honovrable Algernonne, Earle of North- 
umberland, 5 pages. 

Another Dedication to the Right Worshipfull Sir Ralph Bosvile, 
Kn»- 

A Third Dedication to the worthy Captaines, Captaine Edward 
Dichfield, and Captain Henry Sanders, and to all the Gentle- 
men of the private and loving Societie of Cripplegate Meet- 
ing, 2 pages. 

Lines " To all worthy Commanders and brave Souldiers ; also 
to Captaine ^^'alter Neale, now Captaine of the Artillery Gar- 
den," &c. 2 pages. 

Military Discipline, &:c. [b-y 3] 326 pages. 

Errors of paging: — p. 46 for 63; — p. 01 3 for 103 ; — pp. 298, 

299 are omitted; — pp. 300-1 are repeated. 

With a Portrait of the Author, aged 35, and four Lines under- 

* The following account of this creation occurs in page 41 of this 
book : " This noble King (Henry VIII.) at another time keeping a princely 
court at Windsor, caused sundry matches to be made concerning shooting 
in the Long Bow, and to which came many principal archers, who being 
in game, and the upshot given, as ail men thought, there was one Barh 
yet remaining to shoot, being one of the King's guard, to w horn the King 
very graciously said, ' Win them all, and thou shall be Duke over all 
Archers.' This Barlo drew his bow, and, shooting, won the best. Whereat 
the King greatly rejoiced, commending him for his good archery; and for 
that this Barlo did dwell in Shoreditch, the King named him Duke of 
Shoreditch." 



812 ■ LONDON (Cowzj&^me*). 

neath, engraved by G. Glover; the Arms of the Artillery 
Company, and Three Military Figures, folded, placed at pages 
90, 92, and 98. 

5. The History of the Honourable Artillery Company of 
the City of London, from its earliest Annals to the Peace of 
1802. By Anthony Highmore, Solicitor, Member of the 
South-East Division of the Company. 

" Magna sif, (Kinulutio ciwiilum ijuibus primus apud principem suum locus: et 
priiicipum cut plurlini et acerrimi comites.'^ — TaCITUS de Mor. Germ. 
" Arma Pacis Fulcra." 

London : Printed for the Author, by R. Wilks, Chancery-Lane; 
and sold by .1. White, Fleet Street, and Messrs. Richardson, 
Cornhill. 1804. Octavo. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to His Royal Highness George-Augustus-Frederick, 
Prince of Wales, dated Haydon Square, March 1804. 

A Second Dedication to Sir William Curtis, Bart. President of 
the Honourable Artillery Company ; to the Officers, and to 
the Members of the Honorary and Elected Court of Assistants. 

Contents, 2 pages. 

Description of the Arms of the Honourable Artillery Company, 
p. xv-xvi. 

History of the Company, and Appendix, [b-2 p] 578 pages. 

Index of the Principal Matters, [2p2-2q3] p. 579-600. 

» PLATES. 

1 . Portrait of His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, Cap- 

tain-General of the Hon'^'^ Artillery Company. D. Orme 
sc. To face the Title. 

2. Autographs of the Captains General of the Company, p. 95. 

3. A Plan of all the Marks belonging to the Hon^'=' Artillery 

Company in the Fields near Finsbury, with the true Di- 
stances, as they stood Anno 1737, for the use of Long 
Bows, Cross lk)ws. Hand Guns, and Artillery ; with the 
Arms of the Company. Folded. To face page 206. 



6. Bank of England. — A Copy of the Charter of the Corpo- 
ration of the Governor and Company of the Bank of En- 
gland ; with the Rules, Orders, and By-Laws for the good Go- 
vernment of the Corporation of the Governor and Company 
of the Bank of England. 

Printed in the Year mdcclviii. Folio, 32 pages, and reprinted 
in 1788 in Octavo. 



LONDON (Companies^. 8 1 3 

7. Barbers. — A Translation of the Charter from the Latin, 
granted by King Henry VIII. to the Company of Barbers of 
London, whereby they were made a Corporation : also Tran- 
scripts of the Letters Patent of several Kings and Queens of 
England ; with Acts of Parliament and Bye-laws relative to 
the Barbers Company : Rules and Articles of the Association 
of Peruke Makers, Hair Dressers, &c. in the Cities and Sub- 
urbs of London and Westminster : Together with Answers to 
Addresses from different Associations of the Profession in the 
Country, and a Letter of Approbation of the Society's Pro- 
ceedings ; concluding with some Remarks of the Editor. 

Sold by Mr. Ward, No. 33, Oxford Street; Mr. Davis, opposite 
S^ Clement's Church-yard, Strand; Mr. Rowney, Holborn 
Hill; and Mr. Wilt, Leadenhall Street. Octavo, 130 pages. 
No date. «______ 

8. Cloth-Workers. — The Charter of the Company of Cloth 

Workers of London. 
London : Printed in the Yeare 1648. Quarto, IS pages, exclu- 
sive of the Title. — Likewise 
Lawes and Orders relating to Cloth Workers. Quarto, 20 pages. 



9. Frame Work Knitters. — The Representation of the Pro- 
moters, Contrivers, and Inventors of the Art or Trade of 
Frame Work Knitting, or making Silk Stockings, in a Pe- 
tition to the Lord Protector Cromwell, that they may be 
united and incorporated by Charter. 1637. Quarto, 



10. Garbellers. — A profitable and necessarie Discourse for 
the Meeting, with the bad garbelling of Spices used in these 
Daies, and against the Combination of the Workmen of that 
Office, contrary unto common Good, comjjosed by divers 
Grocers of London : containing, among various other Parti- 
culars, the Orders necessarie to be made and kept between the 
chiefe Garbeller and his Workmen : the briefe Abstract of the 
Acts of Common-councell for Garbelling, Ann. 18 Hen. VIII. 
and 2 Edw. VI. : the Oath thereupon appointed for the said 
Garbeller. 

London: Printed in the Year 1591- Quarto. 



U. Grocers. — A Short Account of the Company of 
Grocers, from their Original : together with their Case and 
Condition (in their present Circumstances) truly stated j as 

part II. 5 M 



814 ~ JjONDOIs (Compames). 

also how their Revenue is settled for Payment of their Chari- 
ties; and Provision made for the well-governing their Mem- 
bers and Mvstery, to preserve a Succession in their Society. 
Designed for Information of all, and Benefit of the Members, 
and for Satisfaction and Encouragement of their Friends and 
Benefactors, 

London : Printed by Eliz. Holt, for the Company of Grocers. 
MDCLXXXix. Quarto, 48 pages, exclusive of the Title. 



12. The Case of the Company of Grocers stated, and their 
Condition in their present Circumstances truly represented : 
Together with a short Account of their Original ; how eminent 
they have been in this City, and also of some of their antient 
Priviledges and Usages ; and an Account of the Rebuilding 
and Enlarging their Hall consumed by the Fire happening 
Anno 1666. To which is added a short Account of their 
Charter and Confirmation, with Enlargement of Priviledges 
granted by His late Majesty King Charles the Second, of 
blessed Memory, upon their Surrender, and Petition, after the 
Quo IVarranto brought against lliem ; and their By-laws and 
Ordinances thereupon made for well-governing their Members 
and Mystery. Designed for Information, Satisfaction, and 
Benefit of the Members, and Vindication of the Company, 
and Encouragement of their Benefactors. (By William 
Ravenhill, Clerk of the Company.) 

London : Printed for the Company of Grocers, An. Dom. 16S6. 
Folio, 34 pages, exclusive of the Title. 



13. Joiners. — An Extract out of the Charter, By-Laws, &:c. of 
the Joiners Company. London, 1738. Quarto. 



14. LoRiNERs. — The Charter and By-Laws of the Loriners 

Company. Lond. 1743. Octavo. 

15. Merchant Taylors. — The Honour of the Merchant 
Taylors : wherein is set forth the noble Acts, valiant Deeds, 
and heroick Performances of Merchant Taylors in former 
Ages : their honourable Loves and knightly Adventures ; their 
combating with foreign Enemies, and glorious Successes in 
honour of the English Nation : together with their pious Acts 
and large Benevolences ; their building of publick Structures, 
especially that of Blackwell Hall to be a Market Place for the 



lONDON {Companies). 8 1 5 

selling of Woollen Cloths. Written by William Winstan- 
LEY. London, 1668. Octavo. 
With a Portrait of Sir Ralph Blackwell, having a gold Chain ; 
the Arms of London on the right, and of the Merchant Tay- 
lors on the left. 

1 6. Pewterers. — Anno Quarto Henrici Octavi. These be the 
Statutes established in divers Parlyaments for the Mistery of 
Pewterers of London, and concerning the Search of Pewter, 
Brasse, and untrue Beames and Weights ; and for deceivable 
Hawkers ; with divers other Orders and Redresses to be had 
in the sayd Mystery, with the renewing and confirming of the 
same Statutes. Quarto, black letter. 



17. Scriveners. — The Case of the Free Scriveners of 
London, set forth in a Report from a Committee of the Court 
of Assistants of the Company of Scriveners, London, to the 
Master, Wardens, and Assistants of the Company, at their 
Court holden June 23, 1741. London. 1749, Quarto. 



18. Report of the Proceedings, particularly on the Commission 
in Error, in the Cause of Thomas Harrison, Esq. Chamber- 
lain of the Citv of London, and .John Alexander, an Attor- 
ney of the Court of King's Bench, touching the Right of the 
City of London to oblige Attornies who practise Convey- 
ancing within the said City to be free of the Scriveners Com- 
pany, &c. London. 1768. Quarto. 

19. Shipwrights. — The Charter of the Company of Shipwrights 
of Redrith, 10 James L London, I6l2and 16I8. Quarto. 



QO. Stationers. — The Orders, Rules, and Ordinances ordained, 
devised, and made by the Master and Keepers or Wardens 
and Commonalty of the Mystery or Art of Stationers of the 
City of London, for the well-governing of that Society. 

London : Printed for the Company of Stationers, 1678. Quarto, 
30 pages, including the Title. 



21. An Ordinance ordained, devised, and made by the Master 
and Keepers or Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery or 
Art of Stationers of the City of London, for the well-go- 
verning of that Society. 

London: Printed for the Company of Stationers, 1683. Quarto, 
8 pages, including the Title. 



816 LONDON (Compatiies). 

22. The Charter and Grants of the Company of Stationers of 
the City of London now in force ; containing a plain and ra- 
tional Account of the Freemen's Rights and Priviledges fairly 
produced, and where necessary impartially explained, &c. 
London, 1741. Octavo. 



23. Watermen and Lightermen. — The Constitutions of the 
Company of Watermen and Lightermen, as amended by the 
Right Hon. the Court of Lord Mayor and Aldermen, and af- 
terwards confirmed by Lord Chief Justice Parker : To which 
is prefixed a Table of the Contents of those Bye-Laws ; and 
thereunto annexed an Abstract of the respective Duties of the 
Rulers. London, 1730 and 1775. Octavo. 



24. The Company of Watermen and Lightermen's Case fully 
stated. 1705. Quarto. 



25. The Case of the Traders of London, as it now stands since 
the Copartnership of the Wharfingers. 1705. Octavo. 



26. Orders appointed to be executed in the Cittie of Lon- 
don, for setting Roges and idle Persons to worke, and for 
Releefe of the Poore. 

Proverbs xvi. " ile that hath pittie vpon the poore, Icndeth vnto the 
Lord: and looke what hee layeth out, it bhall bee payd liim againe." 

PSALME Ixi. " Blessed i>, the man that providcth for tho sicke and needy: 
the Lorde shall deliver him in the time of trouble." 

At London : Printed by Hugh Singleton, dwelling in Smith- 
fielde, at the Signe of the Golden Tunne. Quarto, black 
letter, 1 C) ])ages, including the Title within a border, the Arms 
of London being at the head, and the Printer's device at the 
bottom of the Title. 

27. The Order of my Lord Mayor, the Aldermen, and the She- 
riffes, for their Meeting<!, and wearing of their Apparrel, 
throughout the whole Year. 

Printed by .L Flcsher, Printer to the Honorable City of Lon- 
don. 1655. Black letter. Smeew*, 37 pages, including the 
Title. 



LONDON {Great Fire). 8 1 7 

ccxv. 

The City Remembrancer : being Historical Narra- 
tives of the Great Plague of London, 166,5 ; Great 
Fire, 1666; and Great Storm, 1703. To which are 

added Observations and Reflections on the Plague in 

. . . . ~ 

general, considered in a religious, philosophical, and 

physical View ; with historical Accounts of the most 
memorable Plagues, Fires, and Hurricanes. Col- 
lected from curious and authentic Papers originally 
compiled by the late learned Dr. Haivey, His Ma- 
jesty's Physician to the Tower, and enlarged with Au- 
thorities of a more recent Date. In Two Volumes. 

London : Printed for W. Nicoll, in St. Paul's Church-yard. 
MDCCLXix. Octavo. 

VOL. I. Of the Plague. 

Half Title. Title-page as above. 

Another Title-page : " An Historical Narrative of the Great 

Plague at London, J 665, &;c." 
Contents, 2 pages. 

General Preface and Introduction, 7 pages. 
The Account of the Plague, [B-Gg4j 456 pages. 

VOL. II. Of the Fire and Storm. 

Half Title. Title-page as before. 

Another Title-page : " An Historical Narrative of the Great 
and Terrible Fire of London, Sept. !2"^' 1666; with some 
parallel Ca^es and occasional Notes, &;c." 

Contents, 1 page. 

The Narrative, [b-h 2] 1 00 pages. 

Title-page: An Historical Narrative of the Great and Tremen- 
dous Storm which happened on Nov. 26'*'' 1 703, ficc." 

The Narrative, [b-r4] 232 pages. 

CCXVL 

1. Great Fire of London, 1666. — A Short Narrative of 
the late Dreadful Fire in London : Together with certain 
Considerations remarkable therein, and deducible therefrom, 
not unseasonable for the Perusal of this Age. Written by 



8 1 S LOXDON {Great Fire). 

way of Letter to a Person of Honour and Virtue. (By Ed- 
ward Waterhous.) 

Loudon : Printed by W. G. for Rich. Thrale, at the Crosse-Keys 
and Dolphin, in Aldersgate-street, over against the Half 
Moon Tavern ; and James Thrale, under St. Martin's Out- 
wich Church, in Bishopsgate-street. I667. Octavo , 190 
pages. 

2. A Relation of the late dreadful Fire in London, as it was re- 
ported to the Committee in Parliament.' By Samuel Rolles. 
London, 1667- Octavo. 



3. A True and Faithful Account of the several Informations ex- 
hibited to the Honourable Committee appointed by the Par- 
liament to enquire into the late Dreadful Burning of the 
City of London : Together with other Informations touch- 
ing the Insolency of Popish Priests and Jesuite':, and the In- 
crease of Popery ; brought to the Honourable Committee ap- 
pointed by the Parliament for that purpose. 

Printed in the Year 1667. Quarto, 37 pages. Reprinted in 
Lord Somers's Tracts, Vol. xiv. 



4. Informations concerning the Burning the City of London ; 
with Observations on the Burning it. London, 1667. Octavo. 



5. London's Flames discovered by Informations taken before 
the Committee appointed to enquire after the Burning of the 
City of London, and after the Insolency of the Papists, &c. 

London : Printed in the Year 1667. Quarto, 14 pages, exclu- 
sive of the Title-page. 



6. Observations, both Historical and Moral, upon the Burning 
of London, September I666; with an Account of the Losses, 
and a most remarkable Parallel between London and Mosco, 
both as to the Plague and Fire. Also an Essay touching the 
Easterly Winde : written by way of Narrative, for Satisfac- 
tion of the present and future Ages. By Rege Sincera. 

London : Printed by Thomas Ratcliffe ; and are to be sold by 
Robert Pawlet, at the Bible, in ClianceiyLane. 1 667- Quarto, 
36 pages, exclusive of the Title-page and a Dedication to 
Johii Buller, Esq. — This tract was reprinted in the Ilarleian 
Miscell. vol. iii. p. 282. 



LONDON {Great Fire). 819 

7, London's Flames : being an exact and impartial Account of 
divers Informations j);iven in to the Committee of Parliament 
by divers Members of Parliament, and many other Persons of 
quality (whose Names are inserted in this Book), concerning 
the Dreadful Fire of London in the \eAx l66(i, and the many 
other strange Fires which have happened since : together with 
what was said by l\lr. Langhorn, now a Prisoner, and con- 
demned for the horrid Popish Plot concerning the Great Fire ; 
wherein is plainly proved that the Papists were the Contrivers 
and Actors in the Burning of that great and noble City. 

London: Printed in the Year 1679- Quarto, 17 pages, exclu- 
sive of the Title. 



8. London's Flames set in a true Light; being a true and faith- 
ful Account of the several Informations exhibited to the Ho- 
nourable Conmiittee appointed by Parliament to enquire into 
the dreadful Burning of the City of London : together with 
other Informations touching the Insolency of Popish Priests 
and Jesuits, and the Increase of Popery : to which is prefixed 
an Introduction, shewing the occasion of reprinting these In- 
formations at this time. 

London; Printed by J. How, at the Seven Stars, in Talbot 
Court, in Grace-Church Street; and sold by T, Harrison, at 
the South-west corner of the Royal Exchange, in Cornhill, 
1712. Oclavo, 34 pages. 



9. Trap ad Crucem: or the Papists Watch-word : being an im- 
partial Account of some late Informations taken before several 
of His Majesties Justices of the Peace in and about the City 
of London. Also a Relation of the several Fires that of late 
have hapened in and about the said City. Published for pub- 
licke Good, and particularly for Caution to the said City. 

London: Printed in the Year 1670. Quarto, 26 pages. 



10. London's Lamentations : or a Serious Discourse con- 
cerning that late Fiery Dispensation that turned our (once re- 
nowned) City into a ruinous Heap. Also the several Lessons 
that are incumbent upon those whose Houses have escaped the 
consuming Flames. By Thomas Brooks, late Preacher of 
the Word at S. Margarets New Fish Street, where that fatal 
Fire first began that turned London into a ruinous Heap. 
" Una dies interest inter Tuaiinam Civitatcm et milium." 



820 LONDON {Great Fire). 

" There is but the distance of one day between a great city and none, iaid 
Seneca, zchen a great city was burnt to as/ies." 

*' Come, behold the works of the Lord, what desolations he hath made in 
tite earth.'"' — PsAL. xlvi. 8. 

London : Printed for John Hancock and Nathaniel Ponder; and 
are to be sold at the first Shop in Pope's Head Alley, in 
Cornhill ; at the Sign of the Three Bibles, or at his Shop in 
Bishopsgate Street ; and at the Sign of the Peacock, in Chan- 
cery Lane. 1670. Qtiarlo. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the Rt. Hon. Sir William Turner, Knight, Lord 

Mayor, 1-J pages. 
The Table, 14 pages. 
London's Lamentations, [b-z] 176 pages. 
The First Part of the Application, [Aa-Lll4] 271 pages. 



1 1. The Burning of London by the Papists: or a Memorial to 
Protestants on the Second of September. 

" Sfd Furor Vajiblkus qui turn T)ira 

Putruvit nonduin restinguitur." — Inscript. on the Mominient. 

London : Printed for John Clark, at the Bible and Crown, in 
the Old Change, 1714. Octavo, 26 pages. 



1-2. The Papists Plot of Firing discovered, in a perfect Account 
of the late Fire in Fetter Lane, London, the 10'^^ Day of 
April last ; whereby it plainly appears who are the Instruments 
of this Work, as also the Rewards they are to have, and what 
would be the dismal Effects if this Firing Trade had gone on. 
Publisht by vvay of Caution to all Masters of Families to be- 
ware what Servants they entertain in their Houses. London, 
1679. Quarto. 

13. London's Flames Reviv'd : or an Account of the several 
Informations exhibited to a Committee appointed by Parlia- 
ment, September the 25"'' \666, to entpiire into the Burning 
of London ; with several other Informations concerning other 
Fires in Southwark, Fetter Lane, and elsewhere. By all which 
it ap))ears that the said Fires were contrived and carried on by 
the Papists. Now humbly offered to the Consideration of all 
true Protestants. 

" Does ani/ Man iiow begin to doubt how London came to be burnt, or by 
what Ways and Means poor Justice Godi'rcy fell'^" — Lord Chancellor 
Finch's Speech at StaOord's Trial, p. 213. 



LONDON (Great Fire). 821 

London : Printed for Nathanael Ranew, at the King's Arms ; 
and Jonathan Robinson, at the Golden Lion, in S' Paul's 
Church-yard, mdclxxxix. Quarto, 46 pages; with a small 
Wood-cut of " London in Flames, Sept. 2, 1666." 



14. A Narrative and Impartial Discovery of the horrid Popish Plot 
carried on for the Burning and Destroying the Cities of 
London and Westminster, with the Suburbs, Sec. setting 
forth the several Consults, Orders, and Resolutions of the Je- 
suites, &:c. concerning the same ; and divers Depositions and 
Informations relating thereunto. Never before printed. By 
Captain William Bedloe, lately engaged in that horrid De- 
sign, and one of the Popish Committee for carrying on such 
Fires. 

London : Printed for Robert Boulter, John Hancock, Ralph 
Smith, and Benjamin Harris, Booksellers, in Conihill, near 
the Royal Exchange. I679. Fo/io, 35 pages. 



15. An Account of the Burning the City of London, as it 
was published by the special Authority of King and Council 
in the Year I666. To which is added the Opinion of Dr. 
Kennet, the present Bishop of Peterborough, as publish'd by 
His Lordship's Order, and that of Dr. Eachard, relating there- 
unto. With a faithful Relation of the Prophecy of Thomas 
Ebbit, a Quaker, who publicklv foretold the Burning of the 
said City. From all which it plainly appears that the Papists 
had no hand in that dreadful Conflagration. 

London : Printed and sold by J. Stone, on Ludgate Hill, over 
against the Old Bailey. 1720. Octavo, 40 pages. (The 
Fourth Edition appeared in 1729.) 

16. The True Protestant Account of the Burning of London; 
or an Antidote against the Poyson and Malignity of a late 
lying Legend, entituled " An Account of the Burning of Lon- 
don," (Sec. wherein the Malice and Falsehood of that merce- 
nary Tool of a Popish Faction are detected, and the Truth 
soundly proved ; viz. that it was those Firebrands of Hell, the 
blood-thirsty Papists, and none but they, who were the sole 
Authors and Promoters of that great and dreadful Fire of 
London in I666, and of several others since. To which is 
further added, such a very curious and useful Discovery of the 
then monstrous and detestable Villanies, &;c. London. Octavo. 

part II. 5 N 



8^2 LONDON {Improve^nents). 

17. A Protestant Monument erected to the immortal Glory of 
the Whiggs and the Dutch : it being a full and satisfactory 
Relation of the late mysterious Plot and Firing of London, 
taken from several Records, Depositions, Narratives, Jour- 
nals, Trials, State Tracts, Histories, Predictions, Sermons 
and Confessions under their Hands, and from their own 
Mouths ; proving that a Medley of Protestant Whiggs, with 
a glorious Set of protesting Common-wealth's Men of Hol- 
land, did, in their turn, not only attempt to burn London, but 
many other Places in England ; and did fire the City, South- 
wark, and VVapping ; burnt the King and Queen of England, 
and their Lords General in Effigie in Holland; but likevvise 
His Majesty's royal Fleet, as it lay disarming at Chatham, 
while Peace was treating at Breda. 

London, 1712. Quarto; and reprinted in Lord Somers's 
Tracts, Vol. xiv. page 24. 

CCXVII. 

IMPROVEMENTS. 

1 . London's Improvement : or the Builder's Security asserted, 
by the apparent Advantages that will attend their easie Charge 
in raising such a Joint Stock as may assure the rebuilding of 
those Houses which shall hereafter be destroyed by Casualties 
of Fire; as it was presented on New Year's Day last, 167 9? 
to the Right Hon. Sir Robert Clayton, Kn^' the present Lord 
Mayor, signed A. N. Lond. I6SO. Folio, 



2. Augusta Triiimphans : or the Way to make London the 
most flourishing City in the Universe : concluding with an ef- 
fectual Method to prevent Street Robberies ; and a Letter to 
Coll. Robinson on account of the Orphan's Tax. 

London : Printed for J. Roberts, in Warwick Lane. 172S. Oc- 
tavo, 63 pages. 



3. An Essay on the many Advantages accruing to the Commu- 
nity from the superior Neatness, Conveniences, Decorations, 
and EmbeUishmcnts of Great and Cajjital Cities ; particularly 
upi)ly'd to the City and Suburbs of London, the renowned 
Cajjital of the British Empire. Addressed to Sir John Bar- 
nard, Kn^ Senior Alderman, and Senior Representative in Par- 
liament of the said City. 

London: Printed for Henry Whitridge, at the Royal Exchange. 
1754. Oc^ayo, 49 pages. 



LONDON {Improvements). 823 

4. A Critical Review of the Public Buildings, Statues, and Or- 
naments in and about London and Westminster. Originally 
written by (James) Ralph, Architect, and now reprinted with 
very large Additions. The whole being digested into a Six 
Days Tour, in which every Thing worthy the Attention of the 
judicious Enquirer is pointed out and described. 

London : Printed for John Wallis, at Yorick's Head, Ludgate 
Street. 1783. Small octavo. 

Title-page as above. 

Advertisement and Preface, being an Essay on Taste, p. iii-xxxi. 

The Critical Review of the Public Buildings, &c. [b-k 9] 209 
pages. Index, 5 pages. 



5. A New Critical Review of the Publick Buildings, Statues, 
and Ornaments in and about London and Westminster -, with 
some Reflections on the Use of Sepulchral Monuments: as 
also a Scheme, shewing the Dimensions of S*^ Peter's Church 
at Rome, and S' Paul's Cathedral at London ; and a Preface, 
being an Essay on Taste. To all which is added an Appen- 
dix, containing a Dispute between the IVeekly Miscellany 
and the Author ; and a compleat alphabetical Index. The 
Second Edition corrected. 

London : Printed by C. Akers, in St. John Street, for J. Clarke, 
at the Golden Ball, in Duck Lane, near West Smithfield. 
1736. Duodecimo, 108 pages. (First printed in octavo in 
1734, 127 pages J and a third time in 1763.) 

The Scheme, shewing the Dimensions of S* Peter's Church and 
S' Paul's Cathedral, is folded, and placed at page 1 6. 



6. Critical Observations on the Buildings and Improvements of 
London. (By James Stuart, called the Athenian.) 

" NilJ'ttit unquam 

Sic imparJ' II-JR. 

London : Printed for J. Dodsley, in Pall Mall, mdcclxxi. 

Quarto, 51 pages. 

With a burlesque Representation of the Statue of the Duke of 

Cumberland in Cavendish Square, as a Vignette. 



7. London and Westminster improved, illustrated by Plans. 
To which is prefixed a Discourse on publick Magnificence; 
with Observations on the State of Arts and Artists in this 
Kingdom, wherein the Study of the Polite Arts is recom- 
mended as necessary to a liberal Education : concluded by 



824 LONDON {Impro'oements). 

some Proposals relative to Places not laid down in the Plans. 
By John Gvvynn. 

" like an entrance into a larj^e city, after a distant prospect. Re- 

jiioteiv, we see nothini^ but spires of temples, and turrets of palaces, 
and i[nai;ine it the residence of splendour, i^randcur, and mas^nifi- 
ceiice; Init, wiicn we have passed the gates, vvr: iind it perplexed with 
narrow passages, disgraced with despicaiile cottages, embarrassed with 
obstructions, and clouded with smoke.'' — liAMr.LER. 

London : Printed for the Author : sold by Mr, Dodsley, and at 
Mr. Dalton's Print Warehouse, in Pall Mall ; Mr. Bathoe, in 
the Strand; Mr. Davies, in Russel Street, Covent Garden; and 
by Mr. Longman, in Paternoster Row. mdcclxvi. Quarto. 

Title-page as above. Dedication to the King (George III). 

Preface and Contents, p. v-xii. 
Introduction, and Errata, p. xiii-xvi. 

London and Westminster improved, beginning with a Discourse 
on Publick Magnificence, [b-s 2] 132 pages. 

PLANS. 

i. A Plan of Hyde Park, with the City and Liberties of West- 
minster, &c. shewing the several Improvements propos'd. 
Folded, p. 7G. 

ii. Plan of part of Westminster at large, shewing the Improve- 
ments propos'd about Leicester Fields, Covent Garden, 
the Mevvse, Sec. Folded, p. 101. 

iii. Plan of part of London, shewing the Improvements pro- 
pos'd al)out the Mansion House, Royal Exchange, Moor 
Fields, Sec. Folded, p. 101. 

iv. Plan of part of London, shewing the Improvements pro-r 
pos'd about London Bridge, the Custom House, Tower, 
&c. Folded, p. 103. 

*^* It is wortliy of remark, that many of tiie improvements which have 
recently, and are now taking place in tiie Metropolis, mure jjarticularly 
near Westminster Abbey, in Pall Mall, the Strand Bridge, the removal of 
Bethlem Hospital, and Custom House, &c. were originally suggested by 
this Author, and are laid down in his several Plans. 



8. Public Im])rovement: or a Plan for making a convenient and 
handsome Comnumication between the Cities of London and 
Westminster. By William Pickett, Esq. 

London: Printed by and for J. Bell, British Library, Strand; 
and sold by Hookham, Bond Street, and Sewell, Cornhill, 
Quarto, 39 pages, exclusive of the Title and Preface, dated 
" Harpur Street, March 26, 1 7S9." 

With a folded Plan of the projected Improvements, part of 
which have been carried into effect. 



LONDON (Improvements). 825 

Q. An Exaraination of tlie Conduct of several Comptrollers of 
the City of London, in relation to the City's Estate call'd 
Conduit Mead, now New Bond Street, &c. wherein the 
reasoning of those Officers to induce the City to let new Leases 
thereof now, being- upwards of Twenty Years before the Ex- 
piration of the ])resent Lease, is refuted, and the true Design 
of the whole disclosed. Bi/ a Person acquainted with the 
Estate and Proceedings. 

London: Printed in the Year mdccxliii. Octavo, 4 S pages, 
including the Title. 



10. The City Secret : or Corruption at all Ends of the Town : 
containing a Succinct History of an 100,000/. Job, &c. ; 
being an Examination of the Conduct of several Comptrollers 
of the City of London, in relation to the City's Estate call'd 
Conduit Mead, now New Bond Street, &c. wherein the rea- 
soning of those Officers to induce the City to let new Leases 
thereof now, being upwards of Twenty Years before the Ex- 
piration of the present Lease, is refuted, and the true Design 
of the whole disclosed. With a Dedication to the Half Moon 
Club, and a proper Preface. 

London: Printed in the Year mdccxljv. Oc/ayo, 56 pages, 
including Half Title, Title-page, Dedication and Preface. 

11. Remarks upon the ancient and present State of London, 
occasion'd by some Roman Urns, Coins, and other Antiqui- 
ties lately discovered (near Bishopsgate) . In Two Letters to 
Sir Christopher Wren, and Thomas Hearne, of Edmund Hall, 
Oxford. (By J. Woodward.) The Third Edition. 

" Qius est qudii nun ivovcat clarissimis Mominicnlis tcstuta consisJiataq. 
yliitiqiiitusY"— C\c. de lywiniM. lib. 1. 

London : Printed for A. Bettesworth and W. Taylor, in Pater- 
noster Row; R. Gosling, in Fleet Street; and J. Clarke, 
under the Royal Exchange, in Cornhill. 1723. Octavo, 56 
pages. 

N. B. It was first printed at the end of the Eighth Volume of 
Leland's Itinerary; and was likewise reprinted at London and 
Oxford in 1713 and 1723, in octavo; also in Somers's Tracts, 
vol. iv. under the following Title : "Account of some Roman 
Urns and other Antiquities lately digged up near Bishopsgate ; 
with brief Reflections on the antient and present State of Lon- 
don, in a Letter to Sir C. Wren, Kn'' Survcvor General of Her 
Majesty's Works." 



826 LONDOi^ {Population). 

12. London's Gratitude : or an Account of such Pieces of Sculp- 
ture and Painting as have been placed in Guildhall at the Ex- 
pense of the City of London. To which is added, a List of 
those distinguished Persons to whom the Freedom of the 
City has been presented for Public Services since the Year 
MDCCLvrii. With Engravings of the Sculptures, &c. 

London : Printed for J. Nichols : and sold by C. Dilly, in the 
Poultrv. MDCfLxxxiii. Octavo, 49 pages; also an Adver- 
tisement, and Directions for placing the Plates. 

PLATES. 

1 . Cenotaph at Guildhall to the Memory of the Earl of Chat- 

ham. Cook del. &: sc. p. 9. (From Gefiilema?i' s Ma- 
gazine.) 

2. Statue of William Beckford, Es(i. twice Lord Mayor of 

London, p. 13. 

3. Nineteen Arms of Judges painted in Guildhall, I67I. p. 22. 

CCXVIII. 

POPULATION. 

1. Natural and Political Observations mentioned in the 
following Index, and made upon the Bills of Mortality ; 
with Reference to the Government, Religion, Trade, Growth, 
Ayr, Diseases, and the several Changes of the said City. By 
John Graunt, Citizen of London. The Second Edition. 

" A'trn, me ut miretur Turbu, luburo, 

Content us panels Lcctorihus.^' 

London : Printed by Tho. Roycroft, for John Martin, James 
AUestry, and Tho. Dicas, at the Sign of the Bell, in S' Paul's 
Church-yard, mdclxii. Quarto. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the Right I lonourable John Lord Roberts, Baron 
of Truro, signed John Graunt, and dated Birchen Lane, 25 
January, 166-^. 

A Second Dedication to Sir Robert Moray, Kn'- 

An Index of the Positions, Observations, and Questions con- 
tained in this Discourse, 8 pages. 

The Natural and Political Observations, beginning with the Pre- 
face, [B-r-4] 79 pages. 

With two folded Tables of Casualties ; the Number of Burials 
and Christenings in Seven Parishes near London ; of Males 
and Females, &c. 
N.B. The First edition was printed in 1661 5 the Second in 



LONDON {Population). 827 

1662; the Fourth was printed at Oxford in 1665, in octavo, in 
which the Author is styled Capt. John Graunt, and Fellow of 
the Royal Society ; and in the Fifth edition he is called Major, 
having both these Ranks in the Trained Bands ; and the Sixth 
edition was published in 1676, in octavo, after the Author's 
Death, by Sir William Petty. 



2. London bigger than Old Rome ; or an Essay upon Old 
Rome : wherein 'tis plainly demonstrated that its Extent did 
not exceed that of New Rome, against Justus Lipsius, Vos- 
sius, and their Followers, and that it never was so big as Lon- 
don is now. Humbly dedicated to the Honourable Robert 
Harlev, Esq. Speaker to the Honourable House of Commons. 
By a Person of Quality. 

London: Printed byA. S., and sold by John Nutt, near Sta- 
tioners Hall. 1701. Quarto, 12 pages. 



3. A Comparison between Old Rome in its Glory, as to the Ex- 
tent and Populousness, and London as it is at present. By a 
Person of Quality, a Native of France. (M. De Souligne.) 

London : Printed and sold by John Nutt, near Stationers Hall. 
1706. (Reprinted in 1709.) 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the Rt, Hon. Robert Harley, Esq. one of Her Ma- 
jesty's Principal Secretaries of State, signed De Souligne, 
4 pages. 

The Comparison between Rome and London, [b-l 2] 148 pages. 



4. Old Rome and London compared; the first in its full Glory, 
and the last in its present State ; by which it plainly appears 
that Lipsius and Vossius are egregiously mistaken in their 
overstretched, fulsom, and hyperbolical Account of Old Rome; 
and that London, as it is at present, exceeds it much in its 
Extent, Populousness, and many other Advantages. To which 
is added a Comparison between the Beauties, &c. of Old 
Rome and London. By a Person of Quality (AL De Souligne), 
Grandson to Mr. Du Plessis Mornay. Lond. 17 10. Octavo. 



5. A Computation of the Licrease of London, and Parts adja- 
cent ; with some Causes thereof, and Remarks thereon, parti- 
cularly with respect to the Influence such Increase of the Ca- 
pital may have on the Body of the Nation, its Constitution and 
Liberties. 
London : Printed in the Year I719. Octavo, 22 pages. 



828 LONDON {Population). 

6. Observations on the past Growth and present State of the 
City of London. To which are annexed, a complete Table of 
the Christenings and Burials within this City, from 1601 to 
1750, both Years inclusive: together with a Table of the 
Numbers which have annually died of each Disease from 1675 
to the present Time ; and also a further Table, representing 
the respective Numbers which have annually died of each Age, 
from 172S to this Year ; from which is particularly attempted 
to be shewn the increasing Destruction of Infants and Adults 
in this City; and, consequent thereto, the excessive Drain 
which it continually makes upon all the Provinces of this 
Kingdom for Recruits : to which are added some Proposals 
for a better Regulation of the Police of this Metropolis. By 
the Author of a Letter from a By-stander. (Corbyn Morris, 
Esq.) ■ 

" Piidct Iiac o/jprohria 7i(ibis, 

lit did potnisse, c^ non potuisse rrfclfi." 

London : Printed in the Year mdccli. Folio, 26 pages, and 
Eight pages of Tables. 



7. A Collection of the Yearly Bills of Mortality, from i657 to 
1 758, inclusive ; together with several other Bills of an. earlier 
Date : To which are subjoined, 

L Natural and Political Observations on the Bills of Mor- 
tality ; by Capt. John Graunt, F.R.S. Reprinted from 
the Sixth Edition in I676. 

n. Another Essay in political Arithmetic concerning the 
Growth of the City of London; with the Measures, Pe- 
riods, Causes, and Consecjuenees thereof. By Sir Wil- 
liam Petty, Kn^' F.R.S. Reprinted from the Edition 
printed at London in 1683. 

IIL Observations on the past Growth and present State 
of the Citv of London. Reprinted irom the Edition 
printed at London in 175i ; witli a C'ontiimation of the 
Tables to the end of the "^'ear 1757. I)y Corbyn Mor- 
ris, pjsq. F.R.S. 

IV. A Comparative View of the Diseases and Ages, and a 
Table of the Probabilities of Life, for the last Thirty 
Years. By J. P. Esq. F.R.S. 

London : Printed for A. Millar, in the Strand, mbcclix. 
Ouario. 
Title-jjage as above. 
Preface, 16 pages. 
The Bills of Mortality, [.v-iih 2] 210 jiagcs. 



LONDON {Population). 829 

A folded Table of Diseases and Casualties for Eighteen Years ; 

to be placed between the Bills for 1623-1630. 
The various Tracts, beginning with Graunt's Observations, 

[B-Aa2] 151 pages; and Six folded Tables. 



8. Observations Natural, Moral, Civil, Political and Medical, on 
City, Town, and Country Bills of Mortality. To which are 
added large and clear Abstracts of the best Authors who have 
wrote on that Subject ; with an Appendix on the Weather and 
Meteors. By Thomas Short, M.D. London. 1750. Octavo. 

N.B. In the Library of the British Museum are 

1. A Collection of Yearly Bills of Mortality within London and 

its Liberties from 1593 to 1756. Quarto. 

2. A Collection of Monthly Bills of Mortality within London 

and its Liberties, from 1C65 to 1754; and from 1757 to 
1773, 31 Volumes in Quarto. 



9. Fumifugium : or the Inconvenience of the Aer and Smoake 
of London dissipated. Together with some Remedies humbly 
proposed by J. E. (John Evelyn) Esq. to His Sacred Majestic 
and the Parliament now assembled. Published by His Ma- 
jesties Command. 

" Curbonianque gravis vis, atque odor insinuatur 
Quavi facile in cerebrum !" LUCUET. 1. 5. 

London : Printed by W. Godbid, for Gabriel Bedel and Thomas 
Collins : and are to be sold at their Shop at the Middle Temple 
Gate, neere Temple Bar. mdclxi. Reprinted for B.White, 
at Horace's Head, in Fleet Street. MDCCLX^xii. Quarto. 

Title-page as above. 

Preface to this Edition by the Editor, dated London, March 16, 

1 772, p. iii-viii. 
The original Dedication to His Majesty King Charles 11"''' 

5 pages. 
To the Reader, p. 7-10. 
Fumifugium, [c 2-h] p. 11-49. 

CCXIX. 

Anecdotes of the Manners and Customs of Lon- 
don during the Eighteenth Century ; including the 
Chanties, Depravities, Dresses, and Amusements of 

PART II. 5 o 



830 LONDON {Anecdotes and Manners). 

the Citizens of London during that Period : with a 
Review of the State of Society in 1807. To which 
is added a Sketch of the Domestic and Ecclesiastical 
Architecture, and of the various Improvements in the 
Metropolis. Illustrated by Fifty Engravings. By 
James Peller Malcolm, F.S.A. Author of " Lon- 
dinium Redivivum," &c. &c. 

London : Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, Pa- 
ternoster Row. ] 508. Quarto. 

Title-page as above. 

Contents, and imperfect List of Plates, 2 pages. 
Introduction, Anecdotes, &c. [b-3 r] 490 pages. 
General Index, and Index of Names, 8 pages. 

Error of paging : — p. 375 is misprinted 537. 

PLATES, 
(Drawn and etched by the Author.) 

1. The Foundling Hospital, p. 12. 

2. The Centre of Bancroft's Almshouses, p. 29. 

3. The Small Pox Hospital, p. 29. 

4-15. Dresses, chronologically arranged, from the Years IG90 to 
1715; 1721, 1735, 1738, 1745, 1752, 176C, 1770, 1773, 
1779, — circa 1785, 1 797, and 1807j all coloured, p. 425. 

16. The Palace at Croydon, p. 453. 

17. Brick-Gate near Bromley, p. 453. 

18. The Minced Pie House (at Greenwich), p. 454. 

19. Houses in Goswell Street. — Ancient Inconvenience contrast- 

ed with modern Convenience, p. 454. 

20. Part of Chancery Lane. p. 454. 

21. The South West Corner of Smithfield. p. 454. 

22. Langley House, p. 454. 

23. Mansion at Twickenham, p. 454. 

24. Westminster Abbey, from the Water, p. 476. 

25. Another View of Westminster Abbey, with Part of SUohn's 

Church, p. 476. 

26. The Altar of Westminster Abbey, p. 477. 

27. Altar of S' Margaret, Westminster, p. 477. 

28. Altar of S' Andrew Undershaft. p. 477. 

29. Altar of S* Mary Aldermanbury, (the Last Supper, by Old 

Franks.) p. 47 7. 

30. Section of the Pulpit at S' Margaret's, Westminster, p. 477- 



LONDON {Anecdotes and Manners). 831 

31. View of Westminster from Milbank. p, 478. 

32. Part of Westminster Bridge. 

33. View in Privy Garden. 

34. View in Hyde Park (looking towards Westminster Abbey). 

35. Entrance to Hyde Park from Park Lane. 
3Q. The Old Magazine in Hyde Park. 

37. View in Park Lane. 

38. The late Lord Barrymore's House^ Piccadilly (with a View 

of the Earl of Coventry's also). 

39. Devonshire House, (also the House of Sir Francis Burdett, 

Bart.) 

40. The West end of Upper Grosvenor Street. 

41. The West end of Upper Brook Street. 

42. The Duke of Manchester's House, (now the Marquis of 

Hertford's, Manchester Square.) 

43. Lord Harewood's House in Hanover Square. 

44. The West side of Cavendish Square. 

45. Entrance of Great Portland Street. 

46. The East side of Fitzroy Square. 

47. The South side of Fitzroy Square. 

48. Meux's Brewhouse, built about 1796. 

49. The S.E. corner of Guildhall. 

50. Part of the Priory of the Holy Trinity, Aldgate. 

N.B. The Plates No. 31 to 50 are to be placed between pages 
478 and 479. 

*^* An edition was printed in 1810, in Two Volumes oc- 
tavo, containing 45 plates. 

ccxx. 

Anecdotes of the Manners and Customs of Lon- 
don, from the Roman Invasion to the Year 1 700 ; 
including the Origin of the British Society, Customs, 
and Manners ; with a general Sketch of the State of 
Religion, Superstition, Dresses, and Amusements of 
the Citizens of London during that Period. To which 
are added Illustrations of the Chano;cs in our Lan- 
guage, Literary Customs, and gradual Improvement 
in Style and Versification ; and various Particulars 
concerning public and private Libraries. Illustrated 
by Eighteen Engravings. By James Peller I\Ial- 



832 LONDON (Cries). 

COLM, F.A.S. Author of " Londinium Redivivum," 
and of " Anecdotes of the Manners and Customs of 
London during the Eighteenth Century." 

London : Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and 
Brown, Paternoster Row. 1811. Quarto, 

Title-page as above. 

Introduction, Contents, and List of Plates, 2 pages. 

The Anecdotes, &c. [b-4 c 2] 563 pages, concluding thus : — 

" The End of Part I." 
General Index, and Index of Names, [4d-4e2] p. 363-576. 

■ PLATES, 
(Drawn and engraved by the Author.) 

1. Latimer preaching before Edward VI. p. 102. 

2. Woe to Drunkards, (being a Fac-simile of tbe Title-page to 

a Sermon by Samuel Ward, Preacher, of Ipswich, 1627-) 
p. 123. 

3. Edward VI. in Council, 1549- p. 210. 

4. The French Prophets, p. 338. 

5. Chiromancy, p. 367. 

6-1 7. Twelve Plates of Dresses, beginning with Henry I. and 
Queen Matilda, A.D. 1101 to 1675, all coloured, and 
placed between pages 404 and 405. 

18. Juggler's Decollation of John Baptist, p. 419. 

N.B. A Second Edition was likewise printed in Three Vo- 
lumes in octavo, in 181 1, with all the plates given in the quarto 
edition. 

CCXXL 

The Cryes of the City of London drawne after 
the Life, (with Explanations in English, French, and 
Italian.) Dravvn by M. Laukon, and engraved by 
P. Tempest and J. Savage. Folio. 

1 . The engraved Title-page in English, French, and Italian j 

with an itinerant Dealer in Earthenware in a recumbent 
Position. 

2. A Sow Gelder. 

3. Any Card Matches or Savealls. 

4. Pretty Maids, Pretty Finns, Pretty Women. 

5. Ripe Strawberryes. 

6. A Bed Matt or a Door Matt. 



LONDON (Cries). 833 

7. Buy a fine Table Basket. 

8. Ha! Ha! Ha! Poor .lark. 

9. Buy my Dish of great Eeles. 

10. Buy a fine Singing Bird. 

1 1 . Buy any Wax or Wafers. 

12. Fine Writeing Inke. 

13. A Merry New Song. 

14. Old Shoes for some Broomes. 

15. Hot Bak'd Wardens, hott. 

16. Small Coale. 

17. Maids, any Couev Skins? 

18. Buy a Rabbet, a Rabbet. 

19. Buy a Fork, or a Fire Shovel. 

20. Chimney Sweep. 

21. Crab, Crab, any Crabb. 

22. Oh Rare Shoe. 

23. The Merry Milk Maid. 

24. The Merry Fidler. 

25. Lilly White Vinegar, 3 pence a Quart. 

26. Buy my Dutch Biskets. 

27. Ripe Speragas. 

28. Maids, buy a Mapp (Mop). 

29. Buy my fat Chickens. 

30. Buy my Flounders. 

31. Old Cloaks, Suits, or Coats. 

32. Fair Lemons and Oranges. 

33. Old Chaires to mend. 

34. Twelve Pence a Peck, Ovsters. 

35. Troope everv one one. 

36. Old Satten,'01d Taffety, or Velvet. 

37. A Second engraved Title-page : "The Cryes of the City of 

London, draAvne after the Life," with a recumbent Fi- 
gure of a Female having a Basket hanging upon her 
right Arm. 

38. Buy a new Almanack. 

39. Buy my fine Singing Glasses. 

40. Any Kitchin Stuffe have you, Maids ? 

41. Knives, Combs, or Inkhornes. 

42. Four for Six Pence, Mackrell. 

43. Any Work for John Cooper ? 

44. 4 Paire for a Shilling, Holland Socks. ' 

45. Colly Molly Puffe. 

46. Six Pence a Pound, fair Cherryes. 



834 LONDON (Cried). 

47. Knives or Cisers to grinde. 

48. Long Thread Laces, Long and Strong. 

49. Remember the Poor Prisoners. 

50. The Squire of Alsatia. 

51. London Curtezan. 

52. Madam Creswell. 

53. Merry Andrew. 

54. A Brass Pott or an Iron Pott to mend. 

55. Buy my 4 Ropes of hard Onyons. 

56. London's Gazette here. 

57. Buy a White Line, a Jack Line, or a Cloathes Line. 

58. Any Old Iron, take Money for. 

59. DeHcate Cowcumbers to pickle. 

60. Any Bakeing Peares. 

61. New River Water. 
02. The Spanish Don. 

63. Merry Andrew on the Stage. 

64. The famous Dutch Woman. 

65. Mountabanck. 

66. The famous Dutch Woman. 

67. Josephus Clericus Postura Masterius. 

68. Clark the English Posture Master. 

69. The London Begger. 

70. John the Quaker. 

71. The London Quaker. 

72. Oliver C. (Cromwell's) Porter. 

73. A Nonconformist Minister. 

74. The Spanish Fryar. 

N. B. The plates of the First Edition are not numbered, and 
the name of the publisher is altogether omitted. In the Second 
Edition, at the bottom of the two title-pages, part of which is 
subjoined to several of the engravings, is this imprint : " Printed 
and sold by Henry Overton, at the White Horse, ^\•ithout New- 
gate, London," — The whole were afterwards copied by Boitard, 
with many additional Plates. 

*4f* Mr. John Thomas Smith, the ingenious and well known 
Author of the Anti(|uities of Westminster, is now printing a vo- 
lume in quarto, to be completed in Twelve Numbers, with a 
sufficient portion of letter-press descriptive of the Plates and 
of tlie Customs and Manners of Beggars in general, of which 
there is no work of the kind extant, entitled " Etchings of re- 
markable Beggars, Itinerant Traders, and other Persons of No- 
toriety in London and its Environs." 



835 



WESTMINSTER. 

I. 

AXTTQUITIES of the CiTY of WESTMINSTER ; the 

Old Palace, S' Stephen's Chapel (now the House of 
Commons), &c. &c. containmg Two hundred and 
Forty-six Engravings of Topographical Objects, (of 
which One hundred and twenty-two no longer exist,) 
by JoHX Thomas Smith. The literary part, ex- 
clusively of Alanu scripts, which throw new and un- 
expected Lights on the ancient History of the Arts in 
England, by Joiix Sidney Hawkins, Esq. F.A.S. 

London' : Printed for J. T. Smith, 31, Castle Street East, Ox- 
ford Street : and sold by R. Ryan, 353, Oxford Street, near 
the Pantheon; and J. Manson, 10, Gerrard Street, Soho. 
1807- The letter-press by T. Bensley, Bolt Court. Large 
quarto'^. 

Half Title. Title-page as above. 

Dedication to His Most Excellent Majesty George the Third, 
signed John Sidney Hawkins. 

Preface, p. iii-xv. 

Advertisement, signed J. T. S., 2 pages. 

Mr. John Thomas Smith's Vindication ; being an Answer to a 
Pamphlet written and published by John Sidney Hawkins, 
Esq. F.A.S. concerning Mr. J. T. S.'s Conduct to Mr. H. in 
relation to the " Antiquities of Westminster," 16 pages. 

* In consequence of a dispute with Mr. Hawkins, the Title-pa<;e and 

Dedication were cancelled, after a few copies had been presented by Mr. 

Smith to liis particular Friends, and the foUowiiip; one substituted, with a 

new Dedication to His Majesty, signed J.T. Smith: 

"Antiquities of Westminster; the Old Palace, St. Stephen's Chapel 
(now the House of Commons), &c. &c. containing T»vo hundred and 
Forty-six Engravings of Topographical Objects, of which One hundred 
and twenty-two no longer remain. By Joiix Tiio.MAs Smith. This 
Work contains Copies of Manuscripts which throw new and unexpected 
Light on the ancient History of the Arts in England. 

London ; Printed by T. Bensley, Bolt Court, for J. T. Smith, 31, Castle 
Street East, Oxford Street; and sold by 11. Ryan, 353, Oxford Street, 
near the Pantheon ; and J. Manson, 10, Gerrard Street, Soho. June 9, 
1807." 



836 WESTMINSTER. 

This Vindication was published with the " Sixty-two addi- 
tional Plates;" but in a N. B. prefixed it is intended to 
follow the precedinfi; Advertisement. 
An Account, &;c. of the City of Westminster, [b-2k2] 252 

pages. 
Address to the Subscribers, [2K3-2M4] p. 253-272. 
List of Subscribers, with Acknowledgements, p. 273-276. 
List of Plates, 1 page. 

PLATES. 

1. Duke de Sully's House in the Strand. — Durham House, 

Strand. — Guard Room, Scotland Yard ; and part of the 
Old Palace of Whitehall from the Water. Drawn and 
etched bv N. and J. T. Smith, p. 5. 

2. Whitehall Gateway, with Additions, as intended to have 

been erected at Windsor. T. Sandby, R.A. del. J. Jeakes 
sc. p. 21. 

3. Busts originally placed in the Gateway at Whitehall. J. T. 

Smith del. Isaac Mills sc. p. 23. 

4. Two Views in S' James's Park looking towards Whitehall. 

S. Ravvle sc. p. 24. 

5. W'ater Gate, New Palace Yard, seen from the River. — En- 

trance from New Palace Yard to the Speaker's Court 
Yard. — The Speaker's Court Yard from the South West. 
— The Speaker's Court Yard from the South East. J.T. 
Smith del. & sc. p. 28. 

6. Cieling of the Star Chamber. J. T. Smith sc. p. 29. 

7. Buildings on the South side of New Palace Yard. Drawn 

and etched by .L Bryant, p. 30. 

8. Old Palace Yard from the South. Drawn by Canaletti, 

aquatinted byF. C. Lewis, and etched by J. T. Smith. — 
North West View of the Tower, now the Parliament 
Office. — South West View of the same. J. T. Smith del. 
& sc. p. 34. 

9. Plan of the Palace of Westminster, from a Drawing in the 

possession of Mr. Simco. j). 38. 

10. Views of the Four Sides of a Cellar under the Old House of 

Lords. — East end of the Prince's Chamber. — South side 
of the Prince's Chamber. J. T. Smith del. &: sc. p. 39- 

1 1 . A Door-way in one of the Cellars under the Old House of 

Lords. Drawn and engraved by J. T. Smith, p. 41 . 

12. N.E.View of the Bell Tower of S* Stephen's Chapel. — In- 

side View of the same Bell Tower. — E.Vievv of West- 
minster Hail, from one of the uppermost Rooms at the 



WESTMINSTER. 837 

Speaker's. — S.E. View of the same Bell Tower, taken 
from the House of Commons. — Internal View of the S. 
Door of the Chapel mider S^ Stephen's. — Central Door 
at the E. end of the Painted Chamber. — East end of the 
Painted Chamber. — North side of the Painted Chamber. 
J. T. Smith del. & so. p. 45. 

13. Internal View of the Painted Chamber. Engraved on 

Stone (without any Inscription at bottom), p. 48. 
N. B. Copies of this Book have been sold wanting this Plate 
(vide page 50), 300 impressions only were taken off, in 
consequence of the Stone being rendered useless by the 
carelessness of the Printer. 

14. Inside of the Painted Chamber, as it was in the Year 1800, 

before the old Tapestry was removed. Drawn and en- 
graved by J. T. Smith, p. 50. 
N. B. This is a copy of the last-mentioned Plate, with the ad- 
dition of two Figures, the Draughtsman and his Friend. 

15. Foundation Plan of the ancient Palace of Westminster; 

with a Plan of part of Westminster as it was in the 
Time of Richard the Second. The former measured, 
drawn, and engraved by J. T. Smith, p. 125. 
\6. View of Westminster from' the East. G. Arnakl del. 1803. 
Aquatinted by F. C. Lewis, and etched and finished by 
J. T. Smith, p. 144. 

17. North East View of the House of Commons. T. Sandby, 

R.A. del. — E.View of Westminster from the Water. 
Etched by J. T. Smith, p. 145. 

18. South side of the House of Commons from the Roof of the 

Painted Chamber. Drawn and etched by C. Arnald. 
p. 146. 

19. North West Entrance of the Vestibule to the House of 

Commons. J.T. Smith del. W. J. White sc. p. 151. 

20. North East Corner of S^ Stephen's Chapel. — South East 

Corner of the same Chapel. — Part of the South side of 
the same Chapel. .I.T. Smith del. & sc. p. 153. 

21. Geometrical Construction of the Frieze and Battlements in 

the House of Commons. J. T. Smith del. & sc. p. 155. 

22. Sculpture and painted Glass from S' Stephen's Chapel. 

Coloured. J. T. Smith del. & sc. p. 15 7. 

23-25. Specimens of Stained Glass from S^ Stephen's Chapel. 
Coloured. J. T. Smith del. & sc. p. 232. 

26-27. Grotesque Paintings on the Frieze in S' Stephen's Cha- 
pel. J. T. Smith del. & sc. p. 234-233. 

PART II. 5 P 



i 



838 WESTMINSTER. 

28. (Eighteen) Armorial Bearings from S' Stephen's Chapel. 

Coloured. Plate 1. J. T. Smith del & sc. p. 237. 

29. (Eighteen) Armorial Bearings from S' Stephen's Chapel. 

Coloured. Plate 2. J. T. Smith del. & so. p. 241. 

30. Specimens of Sculpture from S* Stephen's Chapel. Co- 

loured. Plate 1. J. T. Smith del & sc. p. 242. 

31 . Specimens of Sculpture from S' Stephen's Chapel. Not eo- 

loiired. Plate 2. J. T. Smith del. W. J.White sc. p. 242. 

32. Specimens of Painting from S* Stephen's Chapel. Co- 

loured. J. T. Smith del. & sc. p. 244. 

33. Specimen of Painting from S' Stephen's Chapel. (The 

Angel appearing to the Shepherds.) Coloured. J. T. 
Smith del. & sc. p. 248. 

34. Specimens of Painting from S' Stephen's Chapel. (The 

Adoration of the Shepherds.) Coloured. J. T. Smith 
del. & sc. p. 249. 

35. Specimen of Painting from S' Stephen's Chapel. (The 

Purification.) Coloured. J. T. Smith del & sc. p. 250. 

36. Specimen of Painting from S' Stephen's Chapel. (Figure 

of a King.) Coloured. J.T. Smith del. & sc. p. 250. 

37. Cotton Garden, Westminster. Drawn and etched by J. T. 

Smith, p. 231. 

38. Oak Door discovered in the Speaker's State Dining Room. 

— Tiles in the Vicar's Houses. — Cornice in front of the 
Vicar's Houses towards the Water. — Internal View of a 
Door-way to one of the Vicar's Houses. — Mural Monu- 
ment in the Cloisters. J. T. Smith del. & sc. p. 252. 

WOOD-CUTS ON THE LETTER-PRESS, 

(Executed by William and John Berryman.) 

1. The Cross at Charing in a ruinous State, p. 14. 

2. Part of the Palace at Whitehall, p. 19- 

3. Arches at the Southend of the Court of Requests, p. 37. 

4. Cornice of Terra Cotta found near the Old House of Lords. 

p. 45. 

5. Exterior View of the upper Part of the House of Commons. 

Copied from the Frontispiece to the Second Volume of 
Nelson's Impartial Collections, p. 147. 

6. King Edward HI. conunis^ioning Hngh de S' Alban's, John 

Atliclard, and Benedict Nightcgale to collect Painters for 
S* Stephen's Chapel, rebuilt l)y that Monarch. From a 
Drawing by T. Stothard, R.A. made on the Block, 
p. 269. 



WESTMINSTER. S39 

N. B. Some copies of this work were destroyed by tlie Fire at 
Mr. Bensley's Printing Office in 1807 ; and many more much in- 
jured in consequence thereof. — See the next Article. 

*^* The Ten Engravings promised in the printed List of 
Plates were incorporated in the following Supplementary Publi- 
cation : 

II. 

Sixty-two Additional Plates to Smith's Anti- 
quities of Westminster, most respectllilly dedi- 
cated to the King, by His Majesty's giacious Permis- 
sion (obtained for the Artist by the late Earl of Dart- 
mouth). 

London : Published, as the Act directs, by J.T. Smith, No. 4, 
Polygon, Somers Town. (1809.) With the Arms of West- 
minster, coloured, as a Vignette. Royal quarto. 

An engraved Title-page as above. 
1 . A Geometrical View of S* Stephen's Chapel, as it appeared 
before the Alterations in 1 806, and after Mr. Sandby's 
View, which was taken about 1755. Measured, drawn, 
and engraven by J.T. Smith. 
2.. A Geometrical View of the East end of S' Stephen's Cha- 
pel, composed from as many original parts as could be 
derived from the Views given in this Work, and from 
late Discoveries. Measured, drawn, and engraved by 
J.T.Smith. 

3. House of Commons, as it appeared in 174^. Drawn by 

Gravelot, engraved by W. J. White. 

4. Fig. 1 . North East Views of the Old House of Lords, the 

Prince's Chamber, with the Bishops Robing-Room, &c. 
taken from the Ruins of Mr. Blackerby's House, Oct. 1 2, 
1807. — Fig. 2. South East Views of the Prince's Cham- 
ber and the Old House of Lords, taken May 10, 1809. 
J. T. Smith del. & sc. 
3. View of Westminster, taken from the Garden of Old So- 
merset House. T. Sandby del. 1754. S.Rawle sc. 

6. Plan of part of the City of Westminster, copied from Ra- 

dulphus Aggas's Map taken in the Reign of Queen Eli- 
zabeth, 1578. 

7. Plan of part of the City of Westminster, from Norden's 

Survey taken in Queen Elizabeth's Reign, 1593. Etched 
by Sawyer, jun. 



340 WESTMINSTER. 

8. Part of the East side of the House of Lords (the Council 

Chamber of our early Kings). J. T. Smith del. Oct. 10, 
1807. VV. Fellows sc. 

9. A South View of Westmiuster, from the Surrey side of the 

Thames near the Nine Elms, Battersea. Robert Free- 
bairn del. S. Rawle sc. 

10. The South or principal Front of Albemarle House, origi- 

nally called Clarendon House. J. Spilbergh del. & exc, 
R. Sawyer, jun. sc. 1808. 

11. The Entrance to Westminster School. J. T. Smith del. 

April 23, 1808. W. M. Fellows sc. 

1 2. The South West View of Little Dean's Yard, taken from an 

upper Window at the Rev'' Mr. Douglas's. Drawn by 
J. T. Smith, April 9, 1 808. W. M. Fellows sc. 

13. Entrance to the College Hall, &c. Drawn by J. T. Smith, 

Oct. 15, 1808. 

14. Plan of Arundel and Essex Houses; copied from Ogilby's 

and Morgan's Twenty Sheet Plan of London. 
13. Aula Domus Arrundeliance Londini Septentrionem ver- 
sus. London from the top of Arundel House. — Aula 
Domus Arrundeliance Londini Meridiem versus. Adam 
A. Bierling del. and copied by Richard Sawyer from very 
rare Etchings by W. Hollar, 1646. 

1 6. The North West View of Westminster Hall, &c. Engraved 

by Thomas Hall. 

17. South East View of the Entrances to the Little Sanctuary, 

and to Thieving Lane from King Street. J. T. Smith del. 
Oct. 12, 1807. W. M. Fellows sc. 

18. Plan of the Buildings from the Admiralty to Charing Cross, 

as they appeared before the Approach to Westminster was 
widened; taken between 1734 and 1748. 

19. North East View of the Entrance to Thieving Lane from 

King Street ; taken after the Houses at the Corners were 
pulled down. J. T. Smith del. Nov. 30, I8O7. W. M. 
Fellows sc. 

20. A Plan, shewing the Streets, Courts, Alleys, and Yards, as 

they appeared before the Erection of Great George Street 
and the Market House in the Sanctuary ; taken between 
1734 and 1746. 

21. View of the Southern Extremity of Thieving Lane (of late 

Years called Bow Street), through which the Felons were 
conveyed to the Gate-house, which stood at the Eastern 
end of Tothill Street. J. T. Smith del. Dec. 15, 1807- 
W. M. Fellows sc. 



WESTMINSTER. 841 

22. Plan, shewing the Streets, Courts, Alleys, and Yards as they 

appeared before the Erection of Parliament Street, Bridge 
Street, &c. : taken between 1734 and 1748. 

23. View of the Little Sanctuary from the West end. J. T. 

Smith del. W. M. Fellows sc. 

24. The Royal Palace of Whitehall, from the Water. Sawyer, 

jun. sc. 

25. A South View of Westminster from Mill Bank, where the 

King's Scholars-Pond Sewer empties itself into the 
Thames. J. T. Smith del. T. Hall sc. 

26. A reduced Copy of Fisher's Ground Plan of the Royal Pa- 

lace of Whitehall, taken in the Reigu of Charles 2'^' 1680. 

27. Plan of Duck Island in S* James's Park, of which M. S' 

Evremond was appointed Governor bv Charles 2"''- Co- 
pied from a Drawing made in 1734. 

28. The South and West Prospects of the Old Church of S* 

Martin in the Fields, pulled down in 1721. GeorG;e Ver- 
tue del. John Brock sc. 

29. Plan, exhibiting the Site of the Buildings which once co- 

vered the Southern Half of Dean's Yard; with the Situ- 
ation of the two Gatehouses, the Little Almonry, the 
Quakers Meeting-house, witli their School, &e. no longer 
remaining, taken between 1734 and 1748. 

30. Buildings on the Eastern side of New Palace Yard. En- 

graved by W. M. Fellows. 

31. The Water Front of the Buildings on the Eastern side of 

New Palace Yard. Drawn by J. T. Smith, April 17, 
1808, engraved by W. M. Fellows. 

32. Plan of Bedford House, Covent Garden, Sec. ; taken about 

1690. 

33. Parts of the Strand and Covent Garden, as they appeared 

in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. Copied from Aggas's 
Map published 1578. 

34. A perfect Description of the Firework in Covent Garden, 

that was perform'd at the Charge of the Gentry and other 
Inhabitants of that Parish, for y'^ joyfuU return of His 
Ma"« from his Conquest in Ireland, Sept. 10, I690. Co- 
pied from a rare Print by B. Lens. 

35. The Village of Charing, &c. From Radulphus Aggas's 

Map, taken in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth, 1578. 

36. A View of the Grounds on the South of Westminster, in- 

cluding the Timber-yard on Mill-Bank, with Tothill 
Fields in the Distance. J. T. Smith del. T. Hall sc. 



8412 WESTMINSTER. 

37. King Street Gate, Westminster, demolished Anno 1723 ; re- 

duced from a Print by G.Vertue in 1 725. John Brock so. 

38. Whitehall Gate, said to be designed by Hans Holbein ; from 

a Print by G. \'ertue in 1723. John Brock sc. 

39. A View of Westminster, taken from Mill-Bank. G. Arnald 

del. I807. John Hall sc. 

40. North View of the City of Westminster, taken in Sept. 

I807, from the Roof of the Banquetting House, White- 
hall. Drawn and etched by J.T. Smith. 

41. View of the Savoy, Somerset House, and the Water En- 

trance to Cuper's Gardens. Samuel Scott del. W. M. 
Fellows sc. 

42. The Southern Front of Somerset House, with its extensive 

Gardens. Drawn by L. Knyff about 1720. Engraved by 
Sawyer, jun. 

43. The North Front of Somerset House ; reduced from a Print 

drawn, etched, and published by W. Moss in 1777- En- 
graved by W. M. Fellows. 

44. Internal View of Somerset House; reduced from a Print 

drawn, etched, and published by W. Moss in 1777- 
43. View of part of Westminster, taken from the Reservoir in 
the Green Park. Painted by G. Arnald, I8O7. Etched 
by Isaac Mills. 

46. A View of Westminster, taken from Tothill Fields. G. Ar- 

nald del. 1807. \V. M. Fellows sc. 

47. P^eu'e et Perspective du Palais du Roy d' Angleterre a Lon- 

dres qvi s'appelle Whitehall. From a rare Print by 
Silvestre, etched by Sawyer, jun. 

48. South West View of the Old Horse Guards. Engraved by 

W. M. Fellows from a Drawing by Canaletti. 
4g. Part of the Church of S^ Margaret, Westminster; from a 
rare Print by Brook, prefixed to Warner's Edition of the 
Book of Conmion Prayer. John Brock sc. 

50. View of Westminster, taken upon the Thames at the Pe- 

riod of the Building of the Bridge. Painted by Cana- 
letti. W. M. Fellows sc. 

51. The Savoy, from the River Thames; reduced from a View 

taken by G.Vertue in 1736. 

52. View of Westminster, taken from Lambeth Stairs. G. Ar- 

nald del. 1808. W. M. Fellows sc. 

53. The Front of Northumberland House next the Strand. Co- 

pied by Sawyer, jun. from a large Print engraved by 
J. June, 1752. 



WESTMINSTER. 843 

54. Two Views of part of Westminster, from the Water. Co- 
pied from portions of a rare Print by Visscher in the 
Reign of K. James I^*' and etched by Richard Sawyer. 

53. A View of Broken Cross, formerly so called, situate at the 
Southern extremity of Thieving Lane, alias Bow Street, 
and partly overhanging old Long Ditch, which now forms 
Princes Street. Drawn by J. T. Smith, April 1, 1808. 
Engraved by W. M. Fellows. 

56. Burlington House, Piccadilly, as it appeared about* 1720. 

L. Knvff del. Richard Sawyer sc. 

57. Statue of King James IL ni Privy Garden, Whitehall. 

J. Mills del. & sc. 

58. Three Views of parts of Westminster; viz. the Parliament 

House, the Abby, and Westminster Hall. One from a 
Drawing by J. C. Keirincx, the others from the original 
Etchings by Hollar. Rob' Sawyer sc. 

59. Plan of Peterborough House, on Mill Bank, lately the Re- 

sidence of the present Earl Grosvenor. 

60. Views of the East side of the House of Lords ; the East 

end of the Prince's Chamber, 8cc. taken Oct. 8, ISO/. 
Drawn and etched bv J. T. Smith. 

61. South East View of the Prince's Chamber, shewing its 

Connexion with the adjoining Buildings, taken Oct. 10, 
I8O7. Drawn and etched by J. T. Smitii. 

62. A picturesque View of S^ James's Park, taken from the 

Mall in front of S* James's Palace. Drawn and etched 

by J. T. Smith. 
*** Immediately after the plates is inserted " Mr. John Smith's 
Vindication ; being an Answer to a Pamphlet written and pub- 
lished by John Sidney Hawkins, Esq. F.A.S. concerning Mr. J. 
T. Smith's Conduct to Mr. H. in relation to the 'Antiquities of 
Westminster,' " but which is usually bound up in the preceding 
volume, and is placed after the Advertisement. This " Vindica- 
tion" closes with the following Note : " Since the above ' Vin- 
dication' was written, and a portion of it jjrinted, a dreadful 
Conflagration in the Warehouse of Mr. Benslev lias rendered 
useless four hundred remaining copies of Mr. Smith's ' Antiqui- 
ties of Westminster,' and has destroyed five thousand si\ hun- 
dred prints, two thousand of which were elaborately coloured." 

III. 

A CORRECT Statement and Vindication of the 
Conduct ol John Sidney Hawkins, Esq. F.A.S. 



844 WESTMINSTER. 

towards ]\fr. John Thomas Smith, against the Misre- 
presentations contained in the Advertisement pre- 

. fixed to Mr. Smith's Antiquities of Westmin- 
ster ; and in such of the Notes, Alterations, Inser- 
tions, Additions, and other parts of that Work as 
have been introduced by Mr. Smith without Mr. Haw- 
kins's knowledge, since the Letter-press v/as written 
by Mr. Hawkins, and approved . by Mr. Smith, and 
since the Proof Sheets were corrected by Mr. Haw- 
kins. Drawn up and published by Mr. Hawkins 
himself. 

London : Sold by Messrs. Faulder, Bond Street, 1807. Oc- 
tavo, 87 pages ; with a separate leaf prefixed, stating the Mo- 
tive for printing this Pamphlet. 

IV. 

A Reply to Mr. John Thomas Smith's Vindica- 
tion, prefixed to the First Number of his Supple- 
mental Plates to his Antiquities of Westminster: 
containing also some Remarks on the Reviev/ of the 
Antiquities of Westminster, inserted in the Euro- 
pean Magazine for the Months of August, Septem- 
ber, and October 1807. By John Sidney Haw- 
kins, Esq. F.A.S. 

London : Sold by Messrs, Faulder, Bond Street, 1808. Octavo. 

79 pages. 

V. 

An Enquiry into the Time of the First Founda- 
tion of Westminster Abbey, as discoverable 
from the best Authorities now remaining, both Printed 
and Manuscript. To Mhich is added an Account of 
the Writers of the History of the Church. I'y Ri- 
chard WiDMORE, M.A. Librarian to the Dean and 
Chapter of Westminster. 

London: Printed for J. Stagg, in Westminster Hall. 1743. 

Quarto. 
Title-page as above. 



WESTMINSTER. 845 

Dedication to the Right Reverend Father in God Joseph (Wil- 
cocks). Lord Bishop of Rochester, Dean of Westminster, and 
to the Chapter of the Collegiate Church. 

The Preface, 2 pages. 

The Enquiry, and Appendix, [a-d 2] 22 pages. 

Half Title :' " An Account of the Writers of the History of 
Westminster Abbey." 

The Account of the Writers, p. 3-S. 

Title-page : " An History of the Church of S' Peter, Westmin- 
ster, commonly called Westminster Abbey; chiefly from Ma- 
nuscript Authorities. By Richard Widmore, M.A. Librarian 
to the Dean and Chapter, and Author of An Enquiry into 
the Time of the First Foundation of the Abbey. — London : 
Printed and sold by Jos. Fox and C. Tovey, in Westminster 
Hall ; and by the Author, at his House in the Cloysters, 
Westminster Abbey, mdccli." 

Dedication to the Right Reverend Father in God Joseph (Wil- 
cocks), Lord Bishop of Rochester, p.iii-v. 

Preface, p. vi-xii. 

The History of Westminster Abbey, [b-z 4] 176 pages. 

Half Title : " An Appendix of Instruments and Papers relating 
to the foregoing History," [a a] 

The Appendix, [Aa2-ii2j p. 179-244. 

Index, p. 245-252. 

Titles of Instruments and Papers in the Appendix, p. 233-254. 

Errata, 1 page. 

Error of paging: — page 55 for 73. 

With an Arch in Outline, to face page 53. 

VI. 
Reges, Regin^e, Nobiles, et alij in Ecclesia Colle- 
giata B. Petki Westmonasterii Sepulti, usque 
ad Annum reparate Salutis 1606. 

" Se.pulchrorum vieiiioria 7na^is viuorum est c(msolatio,quam defunct orum vti- 
litas." — August. De Civit. Dei. 

B^oToT; acrairi xaraScinlv o^tlXirai, EuRIPlDES. 

LoNDiNi : Excudebat Melch. Bradwoodus. mdcvi. Quarto. 

Title-page as above, within a broad ornamented Border, 
Fundntio Ecclesice Beati Petri IVesimonasteriij 4 pages. 
The Epitaphs, [a 4-l 4] 82 pages. 

The Author of the above first printed Accouni of this Church 

PART II. 5 Q 



846 WESTMINSTER. 

was William Camden, the well knowai Antiquary. It was first 
printed in I6OO ; and was republished, with additions said to be 
made from a Collection begun by J. Skelton the Poet, in 1603 
and in 16O6. Of this last Edition Dr. Rawlinson had a fair 
copy on Large Paper, its margin adorned with the Arms of the 
Persons mentioned in it, finely illuminated, and emblazoned in 
their proper colours. — Gougli, 

VII. 

Mausolea Regum, Reginarum, Dynastarum, 
NoBlLlUM, Sumptuosissima, Artificiocissima, Mag- 
nificentissima, Londini Anglorum, in Occidentali 
Urbis Angulo structa, h. e. eorundem Inscriptiones 
Omnes in Luceni reductae cura Valentis Arithnicei, 
Professoris Academici. Literis et Sumptibus Jo- 

ANXIS ElCHORN. 

Francof. Marchion. I6I8. Duodecimo, — Gough, 

VIII. 
MONUMENTA TVESTMONASTERIENSIA: 
or an Historical Account of the Original, In- 
crease, and present State of St. Peters, or the 
Abby Cfiurch of Westminster; with all the 
Epitaphs, Inscriptions, Coats of Arms, and Atchieve- 
ments of Honor belondng to the Tombs and Grave- 
stones ; together witii the Monuments themselves 
faithfully described and set forth, w ith the addition 
of Three whole Sheets. By H. K. (Henry Keepe.) 
of the Inner Temple, Gent. 

London : Printed for G. Wilkinson and T. Dring, at the Black 
Boy, and at the Harrow, in Fleet Street. 1683. Octavo. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the Rt. Hon. Henry Lord Howard, Earl of 
Arundel, 5 pages. 

To the Reader, 7 pages. 

Moniimenta IVestmonasteriensia, [b-a a 8] 368 pages. 

Addenda, [a] 16 pages. The Table, [b 7] 29 pages. 

Errors of paging : — p. 252 for 242 j — p. 256-257 for 246-7. 



WESTMINSTER. 847 

IX. 

The Antiquities of St. Peter's, or the Abbey 
Church of Westminster : containing the In- 
scriptions and Epitaphs upon the Tombs and Grave- 
stones ; M-ith the Lives, i\Iarriages, and Issue of the 
most eminent Personages therein reposited, and their 
Coats of Arms truly emblazoned. Adorn'd with 
Draughts of the Tombs curiously engraven. 

" From hence we may that Antique Pile behold 
Where Roy.-il Heads receive the sacred Gold : 
It gives them Crowns, and does their Ashes keep, 
There made like Gods, like Mortals there they sleep: 
Making the circle of their Reign compleat, 
Those Suns of Empire, where they Rise they Set." 

Waller to Kini^ Charles on Beautifying the Mall. 

The Fifth Edition, with the addition of Twelve 
New IVIonuments*. (By J. Crull, M.D. F.R.S-t) 
In Two Volumes. 

London: Printed for S. Birt, in Ave Mary Lane; J. Hedges* 
on London Bridge ; F. Noble, in St. Martin's Court, St. Mar- 
tin's Lane ; T. Davis, Duke's Court, near the Meuse ; and 
T. Wright, at the Bible, in Exeter Exchange, in the Strand. 
MDCcxLii. Octavo. 

VOL. L 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the Right Honourable the Earl of Orrery, signed 
H. S., p iii-viii. 

* The First Edition was published in one volume, in octavo, in 1711, with 
an Appendix. A Supplement to it appeared in 1713, calling it a Second 
Edition. — A Third Edition, in two volumes, with the two Dedications, was 
printed in 1722 — A Fourtli in 1741, containing, in addition, a Letter to 
the Publisher of this Edition of four pages, noticing the Erection ot se- 
veral new Monuments since the preceding Editions, with Engravings of 
those of Gat/, Milton, and Shakspeare. Printed for " F. Noble, at Otway's 
Head, in St. Martin's Court, near Leicester Fields," with the following 
Motto to the Second Volume: 

" When others fell, this standing did presage 
The Crown should triumph over pop'lar rage: 
Hard by the House where all our Ills were shap'd, 
Th' auspicious Temple stood, and yet escap'd." — WALLER, 
And a Fifth Edition was published in 1742, with the addition of Twelve 
new Monuments, as above noticed. 

t Author of " The ancient and present State of Muscovy: containing a 
Geographical, Historical, and Political Account of all those Nations and 
Territories under the Jurisdiction of the present Czar." Octavo. 1698. 



848 WESTMINSTER. 

Preface, p. iii-x. 

Remarks upon the Monuments in Westminster Abbey, by Mr. 
Addison, p. xi-xvi. 

The Antiquities of S' Peter's, or the Abbey Church of West- 
minster, [b-r 8] 256 pages. 

Index of the Names of Persons interred in this Church, con- 
tained in the First Volume, not paged, [s] 8 pages. 
PLATES. 

1. The North Prospect of Westminster Abbey. Folded. 

H. Hulsbergh sc. To front the Title-page. 

2. Twenty ancient Coats of y\rms on each side of the Nave of 

Westminster Abbey, p. 25. 

3. Twenty ancient Coats of Arms on each side of the Nave of 

Westminster Abbey, p. 27. 

4. Monument of Edmund Crouchback, Earl of Lancaster. 

p. 34. 

5. Monument of Sir Bernard Brocas, Kn'- p. 45. 

6. Monument of Elizabeth, Daughter of Lord John Russell. 

p. 50. 

7. Monument of John Eltham, Earl of Cornwall, p. 56. 

8. Monument of Eleanor a, Dutchess of Gloucester, p. 57. 
g. Monument of Lady Eliz^ Manners, p. 81. 

10. Monument of Philippa, Daughter of John, Lord Mohun. 

p. 81. 

1 1. Monument of King Henry VIL p. 93. 

12. Monument of Margaret, Countess of Richmond, p. 99. 

13. Monument of Mary, Queen of Scots, p. 103. 

14. Monument of Queen Elizabeth, p. 108. 

15. Monument of Margaret, Countess of Lenox, p. 110. 

16. Monument of Sophia and Mary, Daughters of K.James L 

p. 112. 

17. Monument of Edward V. and Richard, Duke of York. 

p. 1 13. 

18. Monument of Charles Montague, Earl of Halifax, p. 122. 

19. Monument of Dudley Carleton, Viscount of Dorchester. 

p. 147. 

20. Monument of Colonel Edward Popham and his Lady. 

p. 161. 

21. Monument of Thomas Cecil, Earl of Exeter, p. 170. 

22. Chapel of K. Edward the Confessor, p. 172. 

23. Monument of K. Henry HI. p. 177. 

24. Monument of K. Edward the First, p. 179. 

23. The Entrance to the Chapel of K. Henry V. Folded, 
p. 186, (numbered p. 168.) 



WESTMINSTER. 84.9 

26. Monument of K. Henry V. p. 187- 

27. Monument of Philippa, Queen of Edwaid III. p. 192. * 

28. Monument of K.Edward III. p. 194. 

29. Monument of Richard II. and Q. Anne, his first Wife. 

p. lyf). 

30. The Coronation Chair, p. 200. 

31. Monument of Sir Francis Were, Ku'. Folded. R. Gav- 

\Aood fecit. 16.57. p. 208. 
N. B. The same Plate as in " Fere's Comme7itaries" 

32. Monument of Sir George Holies, p. 212. 

33. Monument of the Dutchess of Somerset, p. 21 7. 

VOL. II. 

Title-page as in the First Volume. 

Dedication to Sir Richard Steele, signed J. R. p. iii-viii. 

The Antiquities of S' Peter's continued, [b-o 5] 201 pages. 

Index of tlie Names of Persons interred in this Church, con- 
tained in the Second Volume (not paged), 6 pages. 

Appendix, [a-b 8] 32 pages. 

A Second Appendix, containing the addition of Twelve New 
Monuments, [a-b 8] 31 pages. 

Postscript, containing the Inscription on the Monument of Dr. 
Thomas Sprat, Bishop of Rochester; and the Hebrew, Greek, 
and i^thiopic Inscriptions on the Monuments of the Two 
Wives of Sir Samuel Morland: with Lines on the Tombs in 
Westminster Abbey. By Francis Beaumont, Gent. Written 
in 1653, 4 pages. 

PLATES. 

1. Monument of Sir Cloudesly Shovel, p. 1. 

2. Monument of George Stcpnev, Esq. p. 14. 

3. Monument of Admiral Geo. Churchill, p. I9. 

4. Monument of Dr. Richard Busby, p. 22. 

5. Monument of Dr. Robert South, p. 26. 

6. Monument of John Dryden. p. 29. 

7. Momunent of Abraham Cowley. Folded, p. 30. 

8. Monument of Geoffrey Chaucer, p. 32. 

9. Monument of John Philips, p. 35. 

10. Monument of Michael Drayton, p. 38. 

1 1 . Monument of Edmund Spenser, p. 39. 

12. Monument of Thomas Shadvvcll. p. 41. 

13. Monument of Charles De St. Dennis, Lord of S' Evre- 

mond. p. 51. 

14. Monument of Dr. Isaac Barrow, p. 53. 



850 WESTMINSTER. 

15. Monument of William Camden, p. bj. 

16. Monument and Bust of Sir Thomas Richardson, p. Q5» 

17. Monument of Dame Grace Gethin. p. 67. 

18. Monument of Thomas Owen, Sergeant at Law. p. 68, 

(numbered 64 on the plate.) 

19. Monument of Thomas Thynne, Esc]. p. 70. 

20. Monument of Brigadier Robert Killigrew. p. 90, 

21. Monument of Mrs. Mary Beaufoy. p. 91. 

22. Monument of Mrs. Jane Stotevile. p. 92. 

23. Monument of Philip Carteret, p. 100. 

24. Monument of Thomas Livingston, Lord Teviot. Inscribed 

to Sir Alexander Livingston, Bart. p. i03. 

25. Monument of Sir Gilbert Lort, Bart. p. 111. 

26. Monument of William Cavendish, Duke of Newcastle, and 

Margaret Lucas his Dutchess, p. 1 14. 

27. Monument of James Craggs, Esq. Secretary. Hulett so, 

p. I of the Second Appendix. 

28. Monument of Sir Godfrey Kneller. Bonneau fee. p. 2 of 

the Second Appendix. 

29. Monun)ent of John Woodward, M.D. Hulett so. p. 3 of 

the Second Appendix. 

30. Monument of Dr. Hugh Chamberlaine. Hulett so. p. 5 

of the Second Appendix. 

31. Monument of Sir Isaac Newton. Hulett sc. p. 12 of the 

Second Appendix. 

32. Monument of James, Earl Stanhope. Hulett sc. p. 16 of 

the Second Appendix. 

33. Monument of Richard Kane, Esq. Bonneau sc. p. 17 of 

the Second Appendix. 

34. Monument of John Ernest Grabbe, D.D. Hulett sc. p. I9 

of the Second Appendix. 

35. Monument of Matthew Prior. Hulett sc. p. 25 of the 

Second Appendix. 

36. Monument of John Milton. Hulett sc. p. 27 of the Se- 

cond Appendix. 

37. Monument of John Gay. Hulett sc. p. 29 of the Second 

Appendix. 

38. Monument of William Shakespeare. Hulett sc. p. 31 of 

the Second Appendix. 



WESTMINSTER. 85 1 

X. 

WESTMONASTERIUM : or the History and 
Antiquities of the Abbey Church of St. Pe- 
ter's, Westminster : containing an Account of 
its ancient and modern Building, Endowments, Chap- 
pels, Altars, Reliques, Customs, Priviledges, Forms of 
Government, &c. with y^ Copies of ancient Saxon 
Charters, kc. and other \yritings relating to it. To- 
gether with a particular History of the Lives of the 
Abbats, collected from ancient MSS. of that Convent, 
and Historians ; and the Lives of the Deans to this 
Time. And also, a Survey of the Church and Cloy- 
sters, taken in the Year 1723 ; with the Monuments 
there, which, with several Prospects of y^ Church and 
other remarkable Things, are curiously engraven by 
the best Hands. In Two Volumes. By Mr. John 
Dart. To which is added Westminster Abbey, 
a Poem, by the same Author. 

London : Printed and sold by James Cole, Engraver, in Hat- 
ton Garden; Joseph Smith, Printseller, in Exeter Exchange; 
Tho. Bowles, Printseller, in S^ Paul's Church-yard ; Jer. Bat- 
ley, Bookseller, in Paternoster Row ; Tho. Taylor, Printseller, 
in Fleet Street ; John Bowles, Printseller, over against Stocks- 
Market ; and by Andrew Johnstone, in Round Court, in \' 
Strand. Folio. 

VOL. L 

An engraved Title-page as above. 

Dedication to His Royal Highness George Augustus, Prince of 
Wales, by the Proprietors : with his Arms at the head of the 
Dedication. 

The Preface, 2 pages. 

A List of the Subscribers Names, 4 pages. 

Westminster Abbey, a Poem, vnth Head and Tail-piece, [a-1] 
p. i-xlii. 

The History of S^ Peter's Westminster, and Errata: with Head- 
piece, [B-iMm2] forming, with the Plates, I96 pages. 

A Title-page, being " A View of the Monuments in this Churcli 
and Cloysters, as remaining in the Year 1723," &:c. forms 
page 73. 



852 WESTMINSTER. 

PLATES, 
(Engraved by J. Cole, unless otherwise expressed.) 

1. Mezzotinto Portrait of the Author. J. Faber fee. To face 

the Title. 

2. Five Plates of Arms of Subscribers to the Works, contain- 

ing 210 Coats. To follow the List of Subscribers. 

3. The Last Judgment. (Michael Angelo del.) J. Cole Lon- 

dini, sc. To face p. 1 . 
Miscellaneous Head-piece on the letter-press of p. 1 . 

4. Tomb of Sebert or Segebert, King of the East Saxons, and 

Ethelgoda his Queen, p. 4. 
Tail and Head-pieces on the letter-press of pages 34-35. 

5. Richard the II'^. From an antient Painting in the Choir of 

the Church of Westminster. (K.) ]>. 6-2. 

6. The North Prospect of the Abl)ey Church of S' Peter's, 

Westminster. Folded, p. 67. 

7. The inside Prospect of the Church of St Peter's, Westmin- 

ster. Folded, p 6S. 

8. The Ichnography or Plan of the Abbey Church. Folded ; 

forming pages 69-70. 

9. Monument of Edmund Spencer. (I.) Forms p. 74. 
Head-piece as before. On letter-press of p. 75. 

10. Monument of Thomas Shadvvell. (IL) Forms p. 77. 

11. Monument of Samuel Butler. (HL) Forms p. 78. 

12. Monument of Michael Drayton. (HH.) To face p. 80. 

13. Monument of Charles de S' Dennis, Lord of St Evremond. 

(V.) Forms p. SI. 

14. Monument of Mr. John Phihps. (VI.) Forming p. 84. 

15. Monument of Geoffry Chaucer. (VII.) Forming p. 85. 

16. Monument of Abraham Cowley. (VIII.) Forming p. 88. 

17. Monument of John Dryden. J. Dowling del. (IX.) Forin- 

hig p. 91. 
IS. Monument of Dr. Richard Busby. J. Dowling del. (X.) 

Forming p. 9"^- 

19. Monument of Dr. Robert South. J. Dowling del. (XI.) 

Forming p. 95. 

20. Monuments of Simon de Langham (l), and of Lionel, Lord 

Cranfield, Earl of Middlesex (2). Forming p. 98. 

21. Monuments of George Sprat (5) and William Bill, D.D. 

Dean of Westminster (6). Forming p. 101. 

22. Monument of Frances, Countess of Hertford (i)- Forming 

p. 102. 



WESTMINSTER. 853 

23. Monument of Dr. Gabriel Goodman, Dean of Westminster 

(4). Forming p. 105. 

24. Monument of John of Eltham, Earl of Cornwall, in the 

Chapel of S' Edmund (7). Forming p. 106. 

25. Monument said to be in Memory of two Children of King 

Edward II'^ (8), and Tomb of Frances Dutchess of Suf- 
folk (9). Forming p. 109. 

26. Monument of Francis Holies, third Son to the Earl of Clare 

(10), and of Elizabeth Russell, Daughter of John Lord 
Russell (11), Forming p. 1!0. 

27. Monument of Lady Jane Seymour (I'2), and of Lady Ca- 

therine Knollys (1 3). Form p. 113. 

28. Monument to the Memory of John, Lord Russell (14). 

Forming p. 114. 

29. Monument of Sir Bernard Brocas, Kn^- (15), and of William 

de Valence, Earl of Pembroke (16). Forming p. 1 1 7. 

30. Monument of Sir Richard Pecksall, Kn'- (17). Forming 

p. 120. 

3 1 . Monument of Edward Talbot, the eighth Earl of Shrews- 

bury (18). Forming p. 1 23. 

32. Brass of Eleanora de Bohun, Dutchess of Gloucester, 1399 

(19). Forming p. 124. 

33. Brass of Robert de Walby, an Augustine Monk (20). Form- 

ing p. 127. 

34. Tomb of Lady Jane Clifford (20), and of Lady Cecil, 

Daughter of Lord Cobham (21-22). Forming p. 130. 

35. Monument of the Lady Anne, Dutchess of Somerset (23). 

Forming p. 131 . 

36. Monument of Lady Elizabeth Fane (24). Forming p. 132. 

37. Monument of Mildred, Lady Burleigh, and her Daughter 

Anne, Countess of Oxford (25). Forming p. 135. 

38. Monument of Winifred, Marchioness of Winchester (26). 

Forming p. 138. 

39. Monument of William de Dudley, Bishop of Durham (27y, 

and of Sir George Villars, Kn'- and his Lady (28). Form- 
ing p. 141. 

40. Monument, said to be in Memory of Lady Elizabeth, sole 

Daughter of Edward Manners, Earl of Rutland (29) ; 
also of Nicholas Bagenall (30), and of Anne Sophia, 
Daughter of the French Ambassador, 1605 (31). Form- 
ing p. 142. 

41. Monument of Dr. Thomas Sprat, Bishop of Rochester, 

(32). Forming p. 143. 
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854 WESTMINSTER. 

42. Monument of Lady Philippa, Wife of Edward Duke of 

York (33). Forming p. 146. 

43. Monuments of Margaret, Countess of Richmond (34), and 

of Margaret Douglas, Countess of Leujx (35). Form- 
ing p. 149. 

44. Monument of Mary, Queen of Scots (36). Forming p. 152. 

45. The Royal Vault (37) : also the Effigies of King Charles y^ 

Q^ (38), Duchess of Richmond (39), and General Monk, 
Restorer of King Charles 11*^ {40), from the Figures in 
Wax. Forming p. 153. 

46. The Tomh of (King) Henry the Seventh (41). Forming 

p. 156. 

47. The Sacellum, or Chapel of Brass, surrounding the Tomb 

of Henry the Seventh, p. 156. 

48. Monument of Lewis Stuart, Duke of Richmond (42) . Form- 

ing p. 159. 

49. Monument of John Sheffield, late Duke of Buckingham. 

(XLII.) Forming p. 162. 

50. Momunent of George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham (43). 

Forming p. 165. 

51 . Monuments of Sophia and Mary, Daughters of K. James I. 

(44-45) ; and of K. Edward V. (46). Forming p. 168. 

52. Monument of Queen Elizabeth (47). Forming p. 171. 

53. Monument of Sir George Savile, afterwards Marquis of 

Halifax (4S). Forming p. 172. 

54. Monument of Charles Mountague, Marquis of Halifax 

(49). Forming p. 173. 

55. Monument of Sir John Puckering, Kn'- in the Chapel of 

S' Paul (50). Forming p. 176. 

56. Monument of Sir James Fullerton, Kn*-(5l), and of Sir 

Giles Daubeney, Kn^ (52). Forming p. 177- 

57. Monument <;f Sir Thomas Bromley, Kut. (53). Forming 

p. 178. 

58. Monument of Dudley Carleton, Viscount Dorchester (54). 

Forming p. 1 79. 

59. Monument of Frances, Countess of Sussex (55). To face 

p. 180. 

60. Monument of Anne, Lady Cottington, and of Francis, Lord 

Cottington (56). Forming p. 182. 

61. Monument of Lodowick Roberts, Lord Bourchier, and his 

Lady. (LVII.) Forming p. 183. 

62. Monument of Mrs. Mary Kendall, in the Chapel of S* 

Erasnms. (57.) Forming p. 184. 



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63. Monument of Colonel Edward Popliam and his Lady f 58). 

Forming p. 1S5. 

64. Monuments of Thomas Gary, second Son to the Earl of 

Monmouth, and of Thomas Cecil, Earl of Exeter (59- 
6o). Forming p. 186. 

65. Monument of Henry Cary, Lord Hunsdon(6l). Forming 

p. 187. 

66. Monuments of Thomas Ruthall, Bishop of Durham (62) , and 

of WilHam de Colchester, Abbot of Westminster (63). 
Forming p, igo. 

67. Monument of George Flaccet, Abbot of Westminster (64). 

To face p. 191. 

68. Monument of John Islip, Abbot of Westminster, in Islip's 

Chapel (63). Forming p. 193. 

69. Monument of Sir Christopher and Lady Hatton [66). Form- 

ing p. 194. 

VOL. ,IL 
Engraved Title-page, as in the First Volume. 
.List of the Monuments that are engraved in the Two Volumes 
of the Antiquities of Westminster Abbey, printed in double 
columns, 1 page. 
List of the ISubscribers Names, 1 pa^e. 
The History of S' Peter's, Westminster, continued, [B-Aa2] 

146 pages, ending with the catchword " Persons" 
The Names of Persons buried in this Church, 4 pages. 
The Lives of the Abbats of Westminster, [b-m 2] p. i-xHv. 
The History of S' Peter's, Westminster, continued, Book HL 

[b-g 2] 24 pages. 
Appendix, [a-d 2] p. i-xvi. 

Errors of paging: — p. 31 is omitted; — p. 61 is repeated;— 
p. 130 for 131 ; — pp. xxxv, xxxiv, for xxxiv, xxxv, of the Lives 
of the Abbats. 

PLATES. 
1. A Prospect of the inside of King Henry the VIP^'" Chapel. 

Folded, J. Schynvoet fee. To face the Title. 
2-3. Eighty-four Coats of Arms of Subscribers to this Work. 
To follow the printed List. 
Head-piece as before. On the letter-press of p. 1. 

4. Monument of Sir George Holies (68). Forming p. 3. 

5. Brass of John Eastney, Abbat (67) ; Monument of Sir 

Francis Vere, Kn*- (69) ; and, the Brass of Edmond Kir- 
ton, Abbat (71). Forming p. 4. 

6. Monument of Sarah, Duchess of Somerset (70). Forming 

p. 5. 



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7. Monument of Sir Francis Norris, K*- (72). Forming p. 8. 

8. Mural Monument of Bishop Duppa ; and the Tomb of 

Aveline, Wife to Edmund Crouchback (73). Forming 
p. 9. 

9. Monument of Aymer de Valance, Earl of Pembroke (74). 

Forming p. 12. 

10. Monument of Edmund Crouchback, Earl of Lancaster, 

Son to Henry III. (75). Forming p. 13. 

1 1. Monument of Lady Jane Crewe (76). Forming p. 1(5. 

12. Monuments of Esther de la Tour de Governet (77), and of 

Sir Thomas Ingram, K*- (78). Forming p. I 7. 

13. Monument for Sir Robert Aiton, K*- also for the Children of 

Henry y^ III. (79). Forming p. 20. 

14. The Shrine of S' Edward (81 ). To face p. 23. 

15. A Prospect of Edward the Confessor's Chapel. Forming 

p. 24. 

16. Tombs of the Lady Elizabeth, Daughter to King Henry VII. 

(82), and of Margaret, Daughter to King Edward IV. 
(83). Forming p. 27. 

17. Tomb of Edward y"^ F'' King of England (84), and of 

Eleanor, Queen to Edward 1. (86). p. 30. 

18. Monument of King Henry the HI''- (85). Forming p. 33. 

19. A Prospect of Henry the V*'''' Chapel. Forming p. 38. 

20. Monuments of King Henry V^ (87), and Queen Philippa, 

Wife to King Edward y^ III'' (88). p. 38. 

21. Monuments of King Edward the III'' (90), and of King Ri- 

chard the II*" and his Queen (9l). Forming p. 43. 

22. Brasses of Thomas of Woodstock, Duke of Gloucester (89)j 

and of John Waltham, Bishop of Salisbury (92). Form- 
ing p. 46. 

23. Monument for Nicholas Monk, Bishop of Hereford. Form- 

ing p. 57. 

24. Monument for Matthew Prior. To face p. 61. 

25. Monument for Ben Jonson (93). Forming p. 62. 

26. Monument for William Outram, D.D. (94). Forming 

p. 63. 

27. Monument for Isaac Barrow, D.D. (95). Forming p. 64. 

28. Monuments of Thomas Triplett, D.D. (96), and WilHam 

Cambden, Esq. (98). Forming p. 67- 
C9. Monument of Isaac Casaubon (97). Forming p. 68. 

30. Monument of Lady Sophia Fairholm, Marchioness of An- 

nandale (99). Forming p. 73. 

31. Monuments of William Thynne, Esq. ( 100), and of Dr. 

Thomas Knipe (105). Forming p. 74. 



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32. Monument of Sir Thomas Richardson ( 101 ). Forming 

}>. 75. 

33. Monument for the Daughters of Ralph Freke, Esq. (102). 

J. Dowh'ng del. Forming p. 76. 

34. Monument of Lady Grace Gethin (103). Forming p. 77. 

35. Monument of Sir Cloudesley Shovell, Kn', (104). J. Dow- 

ling del. Forming p. 80. 

36. Monument of Thomas Owen, Esq. Forming p. 81. 

37. Monument of George Stepney, Esq. (107). Forming 

p. 82. 

38. Monument of Thomas Thynne, Esq. who was murdered 

1 2*^^ Feby 1 682 ( I OS) . J. Dowling del. Forming p. 85. 

39. Monument of Admiral Churchill (109). J, Dowling del. 

Forming p. S6. 

40. Monument of Sir Palmes Fairborne, Kn*- (UO). J. Dow- 

ling del. Forming p. S7. 

41. Monument of Major Richard Creed (ill). Forming p, 90. 

42. Monument of Sir Charles Harl)ord, Kn'- and Clement Cot- 

trell, Esq. (112). Forming p. 9I. 

43. Monument of Sidney, Earl of Godolphin. (CXII.) Form- 

ing p. 92. 

44. Monument of John Smith, Esq. (114). Forming p. 93. 

45. Monuments of Ann Filding and of Carola Harsnet, Wives 

of Sir Samuel Moreland, Kn'- and Bar*^- (113, 1 1 .5 ) ; and 
for Henry Wharton, A.M. (116). Forming p. 96 (mis- 
printed 92). 

46. Monument for Penelope Needham, Daughter of Lord Kil- 

murray(I 18). J. Dowling del. Forming p. 97. 

47. Monuments for Sir Linnley Robinson, Bart. (11 7); He- 

neage Twysden, Esq. (120) ; and Jane Stotevill (124). 
Forming p. 100. 

48. Monument for Col. James Bringfield (121). Forming 

p. 101. 

49. Monument for Robert Killigrew, Esq. (122). Forming 

p. 102. 

50. Monument of Mrs. Mary Beaufoy (123). Forming p. 103. 

51. Monuments for Thomas Mansell and William Morgan, 

Esqrs. (125). Forming p. 106. 

52. Monuments for Robert and Richard Cholmondley (126) ; 

Thomas Levingston, Lord Teviot(131) ; and Edward de 
Carteret, Gent. (130). Forming p. 107. 

53. Monument for Vice-Admiral John Baker (127). Forming 

p. 108. 



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54. Monument of Henry Priestman, Esq. (128.) Forming 

p. 109. 
35. Monument for the Hon. Philip Carteret, second Son of 

Lord George Carteret (129). Forming p. 112. 

56. Monument for Robert, Lord Constable, Viscount Dunbar 

(132). J. Dovvling del. Forming p 113. 

57. Moiuuuents of Charles Williams (134) ; of Dr. Peter Hey- 

lin (133) ; and of Sir Thomas Duppa, Kn*- (135). Form- 
ing p. 114. 

58. Monument of Richard Le Neve, Esq. (136). Forming 

p. 117. 
39. Monument of John Blow, Doctor in Musick (138). Form- 
ing p. 118. 

60. Monument of Henry Purcell, Escj. (137), and of Sir Tho- 

mas Heskett (139). Forming p. 119. 

61. Monument of Sir Gilbert Lort, Bart. (140). Forming 

p. 120. 

62. Monument of William Cavendish, Duke of Newcastle (131). 

J. Dovvling del. Forming p. 1 23. 

63. Monument of John Holies, Duke of Newcastle (142). 

Forming p. 1 24. 
Tail-piece. On the letter-press of p. 146. 
Time ajjpearing to History. On the letter-press of p. 1 of 

the Lives of the Abbats. 

64. Monumental Effigies of Abbats Lawrentius (143) ; Gisle- 

bert Crispinus (144) ; and William de Humez(l45). 

p. xii of the Lives of the Abbats. 
Enibleiuatical Head-piece as in Vol. L On letter-press of 

p. 1 of History of S^ Peter's, Westminster, Book HL 
View of Westminster Abbe v. On the letter- press of p. 24 

of History of S' Peter's, Westminster, Book HL 

65. Monument for Hugh Chamberlaine, M.D. N . Gravelot del. 

Giignion sc. y\.t tlie end of the volume. 

66. Moimmeiit for James Craggs. J. Harris del. & sc. At the 

end of the volume. 

67. Monument of John Gay. H. Gravelot del. Nath. Parr sc. 

At the end of the volume. 

68. Monument of the Rev'' Jolui Ernest Grabbe. H. Gravelot 

del. J. Mynde sc. At the end of the volume. 

69. Monmnent of Sir Thomas Hardy, Kn^- H. Gravelot del. 

Gi ignion sc. At the end of the volume. 

70. Momunent of Richard Kane. N. Parr sc. At the end of 

the volume. 



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71. Monument of Sir Godfrey Kneller, Kn'- H. Gravelot del. 

Nat. Parr sc. At the end of the volume. 
79. Monument of John Milton. H. Gravelot del. Nath. Parr 

sc. At the end of the volume. 

73. Monument of Sir Isaac Newton, Kn'- H. Gravelot del. 

C. Grignion sc. At the end of the volume. 

74. Motmment of William Shakspeare. H. Gravelot del. 

73. Monument of James, Earl Stanhope. H. Gravelot del. 

N. Parr sc. 
76. Monument of Dr. John Woodward, H. Gravelot del. 

N. Parr sc. 

N. B. There are Large Paper copies of this work. 

XI. 

The History of the Abbey Church of St. Pe- 
ter's, Westminster, its Antiquities and Monu- 
ments. In Two Volumes. 

London : Printed for R. Ackermann, 101, Strand, by L. Har- 
rison and J. C. Leigh, 373, Strand, mdcccxii. Quarto. 

VOL. I. 
Half Title. Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the Very Reverend William Vincent, D D. Dean 

of the Abbey Church of S^ Peter's, Westminster. 
List of Subscribers, p. vii-xiii. 
Introduction, p. xv-xviii. 

Arrangement of the Plates in both Volumes, 2 pages. 
The History of the Abbey Church, [B-pp 2] 292 pages. 
Appendix, [Qq-uu3] p. 293-330. 
Index to the First Volume, 6 pages. 

PLATES. 

1 . Plan of Westminster Abbey. To front the Title. 

2. Portrait of William Vincent, D.D. Dean of Westminster. 

W-" Owen, R.A. del. Henry Meyer sc. To front the 
Dedication. 

3. West front of Westminster Abbey. Coloured. A. Pugin 

del. J. Bluck sc. To front p. 1. 

VOL. II. 
Half Title. Title-page as before. 

The History of the Abbey continued, being the present State of 



8G0 WESTMINSTER. 

the Church, with its Monumental History, &c. [b-nh 2] 
275 pages. 
Index to the Second Volume, 4 pages. 

N. B. Pages 204-5 are repeated with asterisks. 

PLATES, COLOURED. 
1. Tomb of Aymer de Valence, Earl of Pembroke. A. Pugin 

del. S. Mitan sc. being an additional Title-page, and 

serving as a Frontispiece, 
e.* North East View of Westminster Abbey. (Numbered 

Plates.) F. Mackenzie del. J. Bluck sc. p. 1. 

3. Henry the Seventh's Chapel, shewing two renovated Pin- 

nacles. (Numbered Plate 4.) A. Pugin del. J. Bluck sc. 
p. 6. 

4. Fragments and Parts of the exterior of Henry the Seventh's 

Chapel, Westminster Abbey. (Numbered Plate 12.) 
F. Mackenzie del. T. Sutherland sc. p. 6. 

5. Interior View of Westminster Abbey from the West Gate. 

F. Mackenzie del. J. Bluck sc. p. 9. 

6. Interior View of Westminster Abbey, looking towards the 

West Entrance. F. Mackenzie del. J. Bluck sc. p. 14. 

7. West Windows, Westminster Abbey. (Numbered Plate C.) 

J. White del. J. Hamble sc. p. 14. 

8. The Choir. (Numbered Plate 7.) F. Mackenzie del. 

J. Bluck sc. p. 15. 

9. Mosaic Pavement before the Altar. (Numbered Plate A.) 

White del. & sc. p. 18. 

10. The North Window. (Numbered Plate D.) W.J.White 

del. F. C. Lewis sc. p. 24. 

1 1 . The West Entrance, turning to the right, with the Monu- 

ments of 1. Captain James Cornwall. — 2. Rt. Hon'*'*' 
James Craggs. — 3. Henry Wharton. — 4. William Con- 
greve. — 3. John Freind, M.D. (Numbered Plate 16.) 
H. Villiers del. J. Bluck sc. p. 28. 

1 2. Fragments and Arches in Westminster Abbey. (Numbered 

Platen.) A. Pugin del. T. Sutherland sc. p. 28. 

13. Fragments of Ceihngs, &:c. (Plate 15.) F. Mackenzie 

del. T. Sutherland sc. p. 28. 

14. Fragments, Parts, Windows, Pillars, &:c. Westminster Ab- 



* Accorrlirii; totlic printed listof plntes tliis volume begins with Pl.\te 3, 
Piati'i 1 Hiid y beiiii; in tlic first volume. 



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bey. (Plate 14.) A. Pugin del. T. Sutherland sc. 
p. 28. 

15. Fragments, Windows, Doors, &c. Westminster Abbey. 

(Plate 13.) A. Pugin del. T. Sutherland sc. p. 28. 

16. The Second and Third Windows in the South Aisle; with 

the Monuments of 6. Admiral Tyrrell. — 7. Lord Viscount 
Howe. — 8. Sir Lundey Robinson, Bart. — 9. Dr. Thomas 
Sprat, Bishop of Rochester. — 10. Dr. James Wilcox, Bi- 
shop of Rochester. — 1 I. Dr. Zacharv Pearce, Bishop of 
Rochester. — 12. Mrs. K. Bovey. — is. Dr. John Tho- 
mas, Bishop of Rochester. (Plate 17.) H.Villiers del. 
J. Bluck sc. p. 33. 
1 7. The Fourth and Fifth Window, South Aisle ; with the Mo- 
numents of 14. General Fleming. — 15. General Wade. 
— 16. Mrs. Anne Filding. — 17- John Smith, Esq. — • 
18. Mrs. Harsnet. — 19- Col. Davis. — 20. Rev^ Robert 
Cannon, Dean of Lincoln. (Plate 18.) A. Pugin del. 
F. C. Lewis sc. p. 37- 

18. The Sixth and Seventh Windows, South Aisle; with the 

Monuments of 21. Sir J. Chardin, Bar'- and Mrs. B. 
Radley. — 22. Major Andre. — 23. Sir P. Fairborne. — 24. 
Col. R. Townshend. — 25. William Hargrave. — 26. Sid- 
ney, Earl of Godolphin. — 27. Sir C. Harbord and Sir C. 
Cottrell.— 2S.DianaTemple. (Plate 19.) A. Pugin del. 
J. Bluck sc. p. 40. 

19. The Entrance into the Choir, and the West Entrance; with 

the Monuments of 29. Sir Isaac Newton. — 30. Earl 
Stanhope. — 31. Sir Thomas Hardy. — 32. John Conduitt, 
Esq. (Plate 20.) T. Uvvins del". J. Bluck sc. p. 45. 

20. The Eighth and Ninth Windows, South Aisle; and the Mo- 

numents of 33. John Methuen, Esq. — 34. Thomas 
Knipe. — 35. G. Stepney, Esq. — 36. Dr. Isaac Watts. — 
37. Martin Folkes. — 38. Sir R. Bingham.— 39- Major 
R. Creed.— 40. G. Churchill, Esq.— 41. Capt" W'" Ju- 
Hus. — 42. General Strode. (Plate 21.) G. Shepherd 
del. F. C. Lewis sc. p. 50. 

21. The Tenth Window, and Entrance to the Cloister ; with the 

Monuments of 43. Rear-Admiral John Harrison. — 44. 
(numbered 45.) Mrs. Ann Wemyss. — 45. Sophia Fair- 
holm, Marchioness of Annandale, (numbered 44.) — 46. 
William Dalrymple. — 47- Sir John Burland, Kn*- — 48. 
Sir Cloudesley Shovell, Kn* — 49- William Wragg, Esq. 
(Plate 22.) Thomson del. J. Bluck sc. p. 58. 
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22. The South Aisle; with the Monuments of 50. Thomas 

Thynne, Esq. — 51. Thomas Owen, Esq. — 52. Dame 
Grace Gethiu. — 53. EHz*^ and Judith Freke. — 54. Sir 
Thomas Richardson. — 55. Gen' de PaoH. — 56. Ja' Ken- 
dall, Esq. — 57. William Thynne, Esq. (Plate 23.) G. 
Shepherd del. T. Sutherland sc. p. 63. 

23. The West side of Poets Corner; containing the Monuments 

of 58. Dr. Stephen Hales.— 59- Edvv'^ Wetenhall, M.D. 
—60. Sir .John Pringle, Bart.— 61. Sir Rob' Taylor, Kn*- 
— 62. (Rev.) J. Ernest Grabbe. — 63. David Garrick. — 
64. William Outram, D.D. — 65. Dr. Isaac Barrow. — 
66. Thomas Triplett, D.D.— 67. Sir Richard Coxe. — 
68. Isaac Casaubon, — 69. William Camden. (Plate 24.) 
H. Vilhers del. J. Bluck sc. p. 66. 

24. The West side of Poets Corner continued; with the Mo- 

numents of 70. Mrs. Mary Hope. — 7!. Major-Gen' Sir 
A. Campbell.— 72. G. F.'Handel.— 73. Rt. Hon. J. S. 
Mackenzie. — 74. Sir E. Atkyns. — 75. Eliz. Dowager 
Baroness Lechmere. — 76. L* Gen' Villettes. — 77. Ri- 
chard Busby, D.D. — 78. Bishop Duppa. — 79. Mrs. 
Christian Ker. — SO. Dr. Robert South. — 81. Sir James 
Adolphus Oughton. (Plate 25.) H. Villiers del. J. Bluck 
sc. p. 74. 

25. The Entrance into Poets Corner; containing the Monu- 

ments of 82. John Dryden. — 83. Martha Birch. — 
S4. A. Cowley. — 85. J. Roberts.— 86. G. Chaucer. — 
87. J. Phillips.— 88. Barton Booth.— 89. Michael[Dray- 
ton. — 90. ]?eii Jonson. — 91. S. Butler. — 92. Edmund 
Spenser, — 93. J. Milton. — 94. T. Gray. — 95. Christ. 
Anstey. (Plate 26.) A. Pugin del. J. Bluck sc p. 89. 

26. Poets Corner ; with the Monuments of 96. Thomas Shad- 

well. — 97. William Mason. — 98. Matthew Prior. — 99. 
S' Evrcmond. — 100. The Monuments of Chaucer, Abra- 
ham Cowley, and John Phillips, (Plate F.) J. White 
del. J, Bluck sc. p, 98. 

27. South View of Poets Corner; with the Monuments of 

101. Mrs. Pritchard. — loe. Shakespeare. — 103. Thom- 
son. — 104, Roue, — 105. Gay. — 106. Goldsmith. — 107. 
John, Diike of Argyle. — 108." y\ddison. (Plate 27.) Pu- 
gin & H. Villiers del. Bluck sc. p. 103. 

28. North View, across the Tran^^ept from Poets Corner. (Num- 

bered Plate 9-) F. Mackenzie del. J. Bluck sc. p. 108. 

29. Chapel of S' Benedict; containing the Tombs of *107. 



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Frances, Countess of Hertford. — *103. Dr. Gabriel 
Goodman. — 109. George Sprat. — 1 (0. Archbishoi) Lang- 
ham. — 111. The Earl and Countess of Middlesex. — 
112. Dr. William Bill. (Plate 28.) F. Mackenzie del. 
J. Bluck so. p. iOg. 

30. East View of S' Edmund's Chapel ; with the Monuments 

of 113. The Countess of Stafford.— 1 14. The Earl of 
Stafford. — 1 15. Nicholas Monck, Bishop of Hereford. — 
110. The Dutchess of Suffolk.— 11 7. Francis Hollis. — 
118. Ladv K. Knollys. — 119. Lady Jane Seymour. — 
12O. Lad'yE. Russell'.— 121. John, Lord Russell. — 122. 
John of 'Eltham.— 123. Two Children of K. Edward 
ni^''- (Plate 29.) A. Pugin del. J. Bluck sc. p. 112. 

31. West View of S* Edmund's Chapel; with the Tombs and 

Monuments of 125. Sir Barnard Brocas. — 126. Sir Ri- 
chard Pecksall. — 127. E^ the S"^ Earl of Shrewsbury. — 
128. William de Vallence, Earl of Pembroke. — 129. Ed- 
ward, Lord Herbert.— 130. Sir Humphrey Bourchier, 
Knt — 131 . Robert de Waldeby. — 132. Duchess of Glou- 
cester. — 133. The Countess "of Stafford. — 134. Henry 
Feme, Bishop of Chester. (Plate 30.) A. Pugin del. 
J. Bluck sc. p. 116. 

32. S* Nicholas's Chapel; containing the Monuments of 135. 

Lady Jane Clifford. — 136. Anne, Duchess of Somerset. 
— 137. Sir George and Lady Fane. — 138. Lady Bur- 
leigh. — 139. Lady Cecil. — 140. Sir Humphry Stanley, 
Kn^ — 141. Nicholas, Baron Carew. — 142. Nicholas Ba- 
genall. (Plate 31.) F. Mackenzie del. J. Bluck sc. 

p. 119. 

33. West View of S* Nicholas Chapel ; with the Monuments of 

143. Sir George Villiers, Kn'— 144. William de Dudley. 
— 145. Anna Sophia Harley. — 146. The Marchioness of 
Winchester.— 147. Lady Ross. — 14S. The Duchess of 
Northumberland. — 149. PhiUppa, Duchess of York. 
(Plate 32.) A. Pugin del. J. Bluck sc. p. 121. 

34. The South East Area, Westminster Abbey; with the fol- 

lowing Monuments: (No. 150-152 are not given.) — 
153. kingSebert. — 154. Richard Tufton. — 155. Sir Ro- 
bert Acton, Kn'- — 156. Lionel, Earl of Middlesex. — 
157. Children of Henrv III. and Edward I.— 158. Sir 
Thomas Ingram, Kn'- ' (Plate 33.) F. Mackenzie del. 
J. Bluck sc. p. 124. 

35. The interior of King Sebert's Moimment. (Plate B.) Pu- 

gin &i Mackenzie del. J. Bluck sc. p. 128. 



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36. The Porch of Henry the Seventh's Chapel. (Plate Q.) 

Thomson del. J. Bluck sc. p. 134. 

37. (The interior of) Henry the Seventh's Chapel. (Plate 8.) 

F. Mackenzie del. J, Bluck sc. p. 134. 

38. Fragments of Henry the Seventh's Chapel. (Plate 10.) 

Mackenzie del. Sutherland sc. p. 134. 

39. The Monument of K. Henry the Seventh. (Numbered I62.) 

Fig. !.^9-l6l are not given. (Plate 35.) Mackenzie 
del. Bluck sc. p. 135. 

40. The interior of Henry the Seventh's Monument, vvitli the 

remaining Figures on the Screen of the Monument. 
(Plate H.) F. Mackenzie del. J. Bluck sc. p. 138. 

41. Monument of Lewis Stuart, Duke of Richmond, in Henry 

the Seventh's Chapel, (1G3.) (Plate 36.) T. Uvvins 
del. J. Bluck sc. p. 156. 

42. Henrv 7"^' Chapel, with the Monument of John Sheffield, 

Diike of Buckingham. (No. 164.) (Plate R.) T. Uvvins 
del. J. Bluck sc. p. 153. 

43. Monument of George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham. 

(Plate 37.) Mackenzie del. Bluck & Hopwood sc. 
p. 155. 

44. East end of the South Aisle ; containing the Monuments of 

166. Lady Wulpole. — 167- George Monck, Duke of Al- 
bemarle. — 168. Margaret Tudor, Countess of Richmond. 
(Plate 38.) F. Mackenzie del. J. Bluck sc. p. 157. 

45. Monuments of Queen Elizabeth (I69), and Mary Queen 

of Scots (170). (Plate 39.) Mackenzie del. Suther- 
land sc. p. 159. 

46. North Aisle of Henry 7''''^ Chapel ; with the Monuments of 

1 71-2. Mary and Sophia, the third and fourth Daughters 
of K. James IH. — 173. Edward V"' and his Brothers. — 
174. Sir George Savile. — 175. Charles Montague, Earl 
of Halifax. — (Plate 40.) Thomson del. Sutherland sc. 
p. 163. 

47. West side of the Chapel of S"^ Paul ; with the Tombs of 

177. Sir John Puckering, Kn^ — 178. Sir James Fullers- 
ton, Kn^ — 1 79. Sir Thomas Bromley, Kn^- (Plate 41 .) 
Mackenzie del. Bluck sc. p. 170. 

48. East side of the Chapel of S^ Paul, from an elevated situa- 

tion; with the Monuments of 180. Lord Dudley Carle- 
ton, Viscount Dorchester. — 181. Frances, Countess of 
Sussex. — 182-3. Lady Anne, and Francis Lord Cotting- 
ton. — 184. Lewis Robsert, Lord Bourchier, and his Lady. 
— 185. Sir Giles Dawbeney and his Lady. — 186. Lieut. 



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Gen. Sir H^ Bellasyse. (Plate 40.) F. Mackenzie del. 
J. Rluck sc. p. 172. 

49. West side of S' Erasmus's Chapel ; with the Monuments of 

186. George Fascet, or Flaccet, Abbot of Westminster. 
— 1 87. Mrs, Mary Kendall. — 1 88. Sir Thomas Vaughan, 

Kn* IS9. Colonel Edward Popham and his Ladv. 

(Plate 43.) A. Pugin del. J. Bluck sc. p. 176. 

50. East side of S^ Erasmus's Chapel; containing the Monu- 

ments of 190. The Hon'"''-" Thomas Carey. — I9I. Hugh 
de Bohun. — 192. Henry Carey, Lord Hunsdon. — 193. 
Thomas Cecil, Earl of Exeter. — 194. William of Col- 
chester. — 195. Thomas Ruthall, Bishop of Durham. 
(Plate 44.) F. Mackenzie del. J. Bluck sc. p. 179. 

5 1 . Islip's Chapel ; with the Monument of Sir Christopher 

Hatton(196). (Plate U.) F. Mackenzie del. J. Bluck 
sc. p. 183. 

52. The Screen of Abbot Islip's Chapel, and the Entrance to 

the Chapel of S' Erasmus ; with the Monuments of Dr. 
W™ Barnard, Bishop of Derry ; Lady Jane Crewe and 
(Lady) .luliana Crewe. (Plate P.) F. Mackenzie del. 
J. Bluck sc. p. 1 84. 

53. The Chapel of S^ Andrew ; with the Monuments of 197. 

Admiral Tottv. — 1 98. Countess of Kerry, and Lord and 
Lady Norris, from the North side : also the Chapel of 
S' John the Evangelist; containing the Monuments of 
199. Sir George Pocock. — 200. Sir George Holies. — 
201. Sir Francis Vere, and Captain Cook. (Plate 45.) 
A. Pugin del. J. Bluck sc. p. 187. 

54. Chapel of S^ John the Evangelist. — 202. The Earl and 

Countess of Montrath. — 203. Susanna Jane Davidson, 
— 204. Lord and Lady Norris. — 205. Sarah, Duchess of 
Somerset. — 206. Joseph Gascoine and Lady Elizabeth 
Nightingale, his Wife. (Plate 4G.) Mackenzie del. 
Lewis sc. p. 193. 

55. North Area; with the Momunents of 207. General Wolfe. 

— L' Gen' Villettes. — 'JOy. General Stuart. — 210. B.J. 
Forbes and R. G. Forbes. — 21 1. Admiral R. Kenipenfelt. 
— Sir J. A. Oughton and Bishop Duppa. (Plate 47.) 
T. Uwins del. J. Bluck sc. p. 194. 

56. North East Area; with the Monuments of 212. K. Henry 

the 3^'^- — Lady Anne Cottington, Lord Bourchier, and 
Henry the 5''>-' (Plate N.) F. Mackenzie del. J. Bluck 
sc. p. 196. 

57. North Aisle; with the Monuments of 213. Admiral Holmes. 



S66 ^VESTMI^^sTEll. 

— 214. William Pulteney, Earl of Bath. — 215. Lord Li- 
gonier. — 216. Captain Edward Cooke. (Plate 49.) 
H. Villiers del. Bluck sc. p. IQS. 

58. The Tomb of Edmund Crouchhack, Earl of Lancaster, with 

part of the Screen of Edward the Confessor. (Plate 50.) 
F. Mackenzie del.T. Sutherland sc. p. 200. 

59. Tombs of Queen Philippa and Queen Eleanor (numbered 

119-5 20.) (Plate 31.) F. Mackenzie del. J. Bluck sc. 
p. 201. 
CO. Edward the Confessor's Chapel ; with the Tombs and Mo- 
numents of 231. Esther de la Tour Gouvernet, Lady 
Eland. — 222. K. Edward P'— 223. Elizabeth Tudor, 2"'^ 
Daugliter of Henry 7"' — 224. Margaret, Daughter of 
Edward 4'''' and Margaret Douglas, Countess of Lennox, 
in the South Aisle of Henry 7'^^ Chapel ; and John Wal- 
tham. Bishop of Salisbury. (Plate L.) F. Mackenzie del. 
.1. Bluck so. p. 202. 

61 . Tombs of K. Richard 2"'* and Edward the Third. (Plate 34.) 

F. Mackenzie del. J. Bluck sc. p. *204. 

62. The Screen of Edward the Confessor. (Plate 53.) F. Mac- 

kenzie del. G. Lewis sc. p. 207 . 

63. Edward the Confessor's Monument, in Edward the Con- 

fessor's Chapel. No. 227. (Plate M.) A. Pugin del. 
J. Bluck sc. p. 207. 

64. Henry the Fifth's Chapel. No. 226. (Plate 52.) F. Mac- 

kenzie del. J. Bluck sc. p. 208. 

65. Screen over the Chantry of K. Henry the V"^- (Plate O.) 

F. Mackenzie del. J.Bluck sc. p. 210. 

66. East Windows. (Plate E.) W.J. White del. F. C. Lewis 

sc. p. 211. 

67. Aveline, first Wife of Edmund Crouchhack, Earl of Lan- 

caster, on the North side of the Altar in Westminster 
Abbey. (Plate G.) F. Mackenzie del. J* Bluck. sc. 
p. 213. 

68. North Cross; with the Monuments of 229. Sir Peter War- 

ren, K.B. — 230. Hannah Vincent. — 231. Admiral Storr. 
— 232. Sir Gilbert Lort, Bart. — 233. Grace Scott and 
Clement Saunders, Esq. — 248. Percy Kirk, Esq. — 249. 
Lord Beauderk.— 250. John Warren, D.D. — 251. Sir 
John Balchen, Kn'-— 252. General Guest. (Plate 54.) 
A. Pugin del. J. Hamble sc. p. 218. 

69. North Entrance, Westmin'^ter Abbey ; with the Monuments 

of 234. Capt' Lord Robert Manners, William Bayne, 
and W"" Blair. — 235. William Pitt, Earl of Chatham.— 



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236. Sir Charles Wager, Kn' — 237. Admiral Vernon. — 
Q63. John Holies, Duke of Newcastle. — 23 9. William 
Cavendish, Duke of Newcastle, and Margaret his Du- 
chess. (Plate 53.) Mackenzie & H. Villiers del. Bluck 
& Williamson sc. p. 220. 

70. Monument of the Rt. Hon. W. Pitt, Earl of Chatham. 

(Plate I.) H. Villiers del. Williamson Sc Sutherland se. 
p. 221. 

71. Monument of John, Duke of Argyle, and of Lord Mans- 

field (240). (Plate 66.) H. Villiers del. Williamson & 
Sutherland sc. p. 225. 

72. North Transept; with the Monuments of Admiral Charles 

Watson. — 242. Sir W'" Saunderson, Kn* — 243. George 
Montagu Dunk, Earl of Halifiix. — 244. Sir Clifton Win- 
tringham, Bar* — 245. Jonas Kanway, Esq. — 246. Bri- 
gadier-General Hope. — 247. Sir Evre Coote, K.B. 
(Plate 57.) A. Pugin del. Hamble sc. p. 226. 

73. Monuments of 233. Richard Kane. — 254. Dr. Samuel 

Bradford, Bishop of Rochester. — 255. Hugh Boulter, 
Archbishop of Armagh. — 256. Philip DeSaumarez, Esq. 
— 257. John Blow. — 25S. William Croft. — 259. Temple 
West, Esq. — 26O. Richard Le Neve, Esq. — 26 1. Sir 
Edmund Prideaux, Bar^- — 262. Charles Williams, Esq. — 
263. Dr. Peter Heylin. — 264. Lord Dunbar. (No. 265- 
267 are omitted.)' (Plate 58.) G. Shepherd del. Josi^ 
Hamble sc. p. 237. 

74. North Aisle; containing the Monuments of 26S. Sir Tho- 

mas Duppa, Kn*- — 269. Dame Elizabeth Carteret. — 
270. Samuel Arnold, Mus. Doc. — 27 1 . Almericus De 
Courcy, Baron of Kiiisale. — 272. Henry Purcell, Esq. — 
273. Hugh Chamberlaine, M.D. — 274. Sir Tho' Hes- 
kett, Kn* — 275. Dame Mary James. (Plate 59.) G. 
Shepherd del. F. T. Sutherland sc. p. 241. 

75. The Fourth and Fifth Windows, North Aisle ; with the Mo- 

numents of Thomas Levingston, Viscount De Teviot. — 
276. Edward De Carteret. — 277. Philip Carteiet. — 278. 
Sir James Stewart Denham, Bar* — 279. I lenrv Priest- 
man, Esq. — 280. John Baker, Esq. (Plate 60.) G. Shep- 
herd del. F. C. Lewis sc. p. 245. 

76. The Sixth, Seventh, and Eighth Windows, North Aisle ; 

with the Monuments of 281. Richard Mead, M.D. — 
282. Robert and Richard Cholmondeley. — 283. Edward 
Mansell. — 284. Gilbert Thornburgh, Esq. — 285. Edward 
Herbert, Esq. — 286. Miss Anne Whytell. — 287. John 



868 WESTMINSTER. 

Gideon Loten, Governor of Batavia. — 288. Thomas 
Mansell and William Morgan. — 289. Mrs. Jane Hill.— 
290. Mrs. Mary Beaufoy. — 291. Josiah and .John Twis- 
den. — 292. Thomas Banks, R.A. — 293. William Le- 
vinz, Esq. — 294. Robert Killigrew, Esq. — 293. Colonel 
James Bringfield. — 29^). Heneage Twisden. (Plate 61.) 
W. J. White del. J. Hamble sc. p. 247. 

77. The Ninth, Tenth, and Eleventh Windows, North Aisle ; 

with the Monuments of 297. Ca])tains Harvey and Hutt. 
— 29s. The Hon''''= George Augustus Frederick Lake. — 
299. John Woodward, M.D. — 300. Mrs. Martha Price. 
— 301. Anne, Countess Dowager of Clanrickard. — 302. 
James Egerton, Esq. — 304. Gen' Lawrence. — 305. Pe- 
nelope Egerton. — 306. Sir Godfrey Kneller. — 307. Wil- 
liam Horneck, Esq. (Plate 62.) J. White del. J. Bluck 
sc. p. 254. 

78. The Monument of Capt. Montague, West Entrance (303), 

and of Addison, Poets Corner. (Plate 63.) T. Uwins 
del. Hopwood & Hamble sc. p. 256. 

79. South East Angle of the Cloisters. (Plate T.) Thompson 

del. Haml)le sc. p. 260. 

80. Monuments in the Cloisters; viz. 1. Rebecca Broughton. — 

2. Daniel Pulteney. — 3. James Mason. — 4. Mary Pe- 
ters, 1668. — 5. Ann Winchecombe. — 6. George Walsh, 
Esq. 1747.— 7. Edvv^ Tufnel,Arch' — S.Ann Palmer.— 
9. William Woollet, Engraver. — 10. Rev*^ James Field. 
— 11. Christopher Chapman and Daughter. — 12. Eliza- 
beth Abrahal. — 13. Bonnell Thornton. (Plate S.) J.White 
del. T. Sutherland sc. p. 263. 

N. B. There are copies of this work on Large Paper : and 
the Editor has seen the only one printed on Vellum, in which 
the original Drawings are inserted, most sumptuously bound by 
Hering, in the possession of the Publisher. 

XII. 
Westminster Abbey : with other occasional Poems, 
and a Free Translation of the CEdipus Tyrannus of 
Sophocles. Illustrated with Engravings. (By the 
Author ot Indian Antiquities (the Rev'* Thomas 
Maurice). 

London : Printed for the Author, by W. Buhner and Co. Cleve- 
land Row, S' James's; and sold by White, Cochrane, and 



WESTMINISTER. 869 

Co. Fleet Street ; and the Author, at the British Museum. 
1813. Royal octavo, 2 1 7 pages. 

PLATES. 

1. Moonlight View of Westminster Abbey, from the Surrey 

side of the Thames. To front the Title. 

2. The North Portico (of Westminster Abbey), anciently called 

the Beautiful. T. Stothard, R.A. pinx'- J. Barlow sc. 
p. 13. 

3. Sophocles. — Apud Fulvium Urfinum in marmore. Chees- 

man sc. p. 121. 

XIII. 

An accurate though compendious Encomium on the 
most illustrious Persons whose Monuments are 
erected in Westminster Abbey. An Heroic 
Poem in Latin and English. 

London: Printed in the Year 1749. Quarto, 
With a View of the Abbey, as a Frontispiece. 

XIV. 
A Dissertation on the Armorial Ensigns of the 
County of Middlesex, and of the Abbey and 
City of Vv^estminster. Bv Sir John Hawkins, 
Kn'- Chairman of the Quarter and General Sessions 
of the Peace, and of Oyer and Terminer for the 
same County, mdcclxxx. 
Quarto, 8 pages, and Fourteen Coats of Arms on one plate. 

XV. 

A Collection of Arms in Westminster Abbey, 

on Seventy one Copper-plates. Fulio. 

XVI. 
The Ornaments of Churches considered, with a 
])articular View to the late Decoration of the Parish 
Church of St. Margaret, Westminster. To 
which is subjoined an Appendix, containing the His- 
tory of the said Church ; an Account of the Altar>- 
Piece and Stained Glass Window erected over it; 

PART II. 5T 



870 WESTMINSTER. 

a State of the Prosecution it has occasioned ; ancT 
other Papers. (Published by Dr. C. Wilson.) 

" Love the high embowed Rout", 

With antic Pillars, massy proof, 
And storied Windows richly di'iht, 

Casting a dim reiioions Light." — Milton's TI Pcnseroso. 
Oxford : Printed byW. Jackson : and sold by R. and J. Dods- 
ley, in Pall Mall ; J. Walter, Cliaring Cross ; .1. Fox, in West- 
minster Hall; and by the Booksellers in Oxford, Cambridge, 
and Dublin, mdcclxi. Quarto. 
Half Title. Title-page as above. 

Contents and Errata, 5 pages. 

Dedication to the Right Honourable Arthur Onslow, Esq. 
Speaker of the House of Commons, and one of Hia Majesty's 
Most Hon. Privy Council, 4 pages. 
Preface, [a-c] p. v-xiv. 
Introduction, [c 2-E 4] p. 15-36. 

The Ornaments of Churches considered, [f-t 2] p. 37-143. 
Appendix, [*a-*e 3] 38 pages. 
Postscript to the Ornaments of Churches considered, 8 pages. 

PLATES. 
, 1. A Plan of the Great East Window and /Mtar-piece purchased 
by Parliament in 1758. To face the Title. 
2. Portrait of the Right lion''''' Artluir Onslow, Esq. Speaker, 
in his Seat in S^ Margaret's Church, Westminster, the 
Parochial Church of the Commons of Great Britain, 
1760. A. Walker del. & sc. To front the Dedication. 

XVII. 
A List of Scholars of St. Peters College, 
Westminster, as they ^vere elected to Christ 
Church College, Oxford, and Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, from the FoundaLi(ui by Queeu Elizabeth, 
MDLXI, to the present Time; inclutiing the Admis- 
sions into the first named CoUeiic froui MDCLXiii. 
To which is prefixed a List of Deans of Westmin- 
ster ; Deans of Christ Church College, Oxford ; 
IMasters of Trinity College, Cambridge ; and INIas- 
ters of Westminster School. Collected by Joseph 
Welch. 

London : Printed by .1. Nichols, Rod Lion Passage, Fleet 
Street: Sold by W. Ginger, College Street, Westminster j 



WESTMINSTER. 871 

J. Walter, Charing Cross ; J. Debrett, Piccadilly, &:c. 

MDccLXXxviii. Quario. 
Half Title. Title-pase as before. 

Adverti'^ement, dated March 1, 17S8, p. v-vii. 
The List, hej^inning with the Deans of Westminster, Deans of 

Chri=;t Church, Oxford, Masters of Trinity College, Cambridge, 

and Masters of Westminster School, [n-cc 2j 190 pages. 
Index, [a-d] 26 pages. 

PLATES. 

1. A View of the Old Dormitory in 1 758. W. Courtcnay del. 

W. Angus sc. To front the Title. 

2. A View of the Dormitory, Westminster. Millar del. Angus 

sc. p. vi of the Advertisenjent. 

XVIIT. 
Some Account of the Collegiate Chapel of 
Saint Stephen, Westminster. By John Top- 
ham, Esq. F.R.S. 

(Published by the Society of Antiquaries, London, 1795.) 
. yltlasjolio. 
Title-page as above. 
An Account of the Collegiate Chapel of St. Stej)hen, V/est- 

minster, 4 pages. 
Plans, Elevations, Sections, and Specimens of the Arch.'tccture 
and Ornaments of the remaining Parts of Saint Stephen's 
Chapel, Westminster, being a Description of the Engravings, 
p. 7-9. 

PLATES, 
(Engrnved by .Tames Basire, from Drawings by John Carter.) 

1. Part of the Entablature under the \\'indows o!i the inside of 

S* Stephen's Chapel, of the size of the original; witli the 
following engraved Title-page within a Shield : " Plan'*, 
Elevations, Sectioiis, and Specimens of the Architecture 
and Ornaments of the remaining parts of S^ Stephen's 
Clnipel, Westminster, erected by Edward IH." 

2. Ground Plan of S* Stephen's Chapel, and parts of the Build- 

ing. 

3. Another Plan of the same Building. 

4. Elevation of the Remains of the West front, and Parts of 

the Buildings adjoining. 

5. Elevaticn of the Remains of the South front of the Chapel, 

and parts of the Buildings adjoining. 
Q. Elevation of the Remains of the East front and East end of 
S' Stephen's Chapel. 



872 WESTMINSTER. 

7. Section of the Remains of the inside of the South side of 

S^ Stephen's Cluipel, and the Building adjoining. 

8. Plan and Elevations of the Columns on the Piers, and the 

Impost under the Windows, and their Mouldings at large. 

9. Elevation, Profile, and Section of the Arcii of the Windows, 

the Pier, and the Entablatnre of S' Stephen's Chapel. 

10. Front of the Architrave Mouldings, their Profiles, and the 

double Moulding in the Spandrels of the Arch of the 
Windows, at large, 

11. The Mouldings of the Entablature over the Windows, at 

large. 

12-13. Some of the most remarkable Blockings in the Frieze 
of the Entablature, over the Windows, 

14. View of the inside of a small Chapel on the West side of 
the Area of tlie Cloisters of S' Stephen's Chapel, look- 
ing towards the East. 



Additional Plates of St. Stephen's Chapel, with Letter-press 
Descriptions (I'welve pages) by Sir H. C. Englefield, Bart. 
1805-6. 

15. Elevation at large of one Compartment of the South side of 
S' Stephen's Chapel. Folded. John Dixon del, James 
Basire sc. 

16-1 7. Outlines of the Paintings at the East end, on the North 
and South sides of the high Altar. Folded. Richard 
Smirke del, Jas. Basire sc. 

18. Three of the Figures of Angels, which were probably con- 
tinued round the whole Chapel, R. Smirke del. J. Ba- 
sire sc. 

19-28. Specimens of the Paintings which decorated the Walls 
of the Chapel, under the opening of the Windows. 

XIX, 

The Tapestry Hangings of the House of Lords; 

representing the sevei-al Engagements between the 
Juighsh and Spanish Fleets, in the ever niemorahie 
Year MDLXXXViil, with the Portraits of the Lord 
Higli Admiral and the other noble Commanders, 
taken from the Life, To which arc added, from a 
Book intitled Expeditioncs Hispanonan in AngUam 
\cra Dcscriptio, A.D. 1588, done, as is supposed, for 
liie said Tapestry to be workVi after ; Ten Charts of 
the Sea Coasts of England, and a general one of En* 



WESTMINSTER. 873 

gland, Scotland, Ireland, France, HoJland, Sec. shew- 
ing the Places of Action between the two Fleets ; or- 
namented with ^Medals struck upon that occasion, and 
other suitable Devices : Also an historical Account oi' 
each Day's Action, collected h'oin the most authentic 
Manuscripts and M^riters. By JoHX PiXE, En- 
graver. 

London : Sold by J. Pine, in Old Bond Street, near Piccadilly. 
MDccxxxix. Atlas folio. 

Engraved Title-page as above, surrounded by Military and Na- 
val Instruments, &c. 

Dedication to the King. 

List of Subscribers. 

An Account of the Spanish Invasion in the Year 1588, printed 
in double columns ; with an Explanation of the Plates and 
Charts ; also of the Medals and other Ornaments round the 
Charts, [a-l] 24 pages. 

CHARTS AXD PLATES. 

A General Chart : on the left side Britannia is represented 
darting thunder and lightning upon Envy, Superstition, and 
the Kingdom of Spain ; on the other side True Religion, re- 
presented by a Woman sitting holding a Bible in one Hand, 
thunders down upon Hypocrisy, Ignorance, and Popery, &c. 
&c. H. Gravelot del. 

Ten Charts on Five Plates, bordered with Medals and other Or- 
naments. H. Gravelot del. 

Ten Engravings of the several Engagements, with the Portraits 
of the Commanders, &c. taken from Medals. C. Lempriere 
del. 

XX. 

A Critical Examination of those Two Paint- 
ings on the Cieling of the Banquetinir-house at 
Whitehall : in which Architecture is introduced, 
so far as relates to the Perspective ; together with the 
Discussion of a Question which has been the Subject 
of Debate among Painters. Written many Years 
since, but now hrst published. By J. Highmore. 

London : Printed for J. Nourse, at the Lamb, against Cathe- 
rine Street, in the Strand, mdccliv. QuartOj 23 pages, and 
one folded Plate. 



874 WESTMINSTER. 

XXI. 

Statutes, Ordinances, and Rules, devised and 
made by the Lord Mayor and Aldermen of the City 
of London, Governors of Emanuel Hospital in 
or near Westminster, founded by the Right Honour- 
able the Lady Ann Dacres, for the good Government 
of the said Hospital and the Poor thereof. Folio. 
No date. 

XXIL 

A General Report of the Foundation, Income, Ex- 
penditure, and present State of Emanuel Hospital; 
with Ordinances and Regulations for the future Ma- 
nagement of the Hospital. 

London : Printed by Nichols and Son, Red Lion Passage, 
Fleet Street. 1802. Octavo, 123 pages. 

XXIIL 
A Letter to j\Ir. Jolm Spranger, on his excellent Pro- 
posal for paving, cleansing, and lighting the Streets of 
Westminster, and the Parishes in ]\Iiddlesex. 
By Mr. Jonas Hanway. 

London : Printed for J. Waugh and W. Fenner, at the Turk's 
Head, in Lombard Street. 1754. Oc/ayo, 72 pages. 

XXIV. 

Observations on the Police or Civil Government of 
Westminster ; with a Proposal for a Reform. By 
Edward Sayer, Esq. 

" Bonoru?n Auctoritas retinetiir, coiitcntionis causa tollitur." — ClC.de Leg. 

London : Printed for J. Debrett, in Piccadilly, mdcclxxxiv. 

Quarto, 80 pages. 

XXV. 

A Treatise on the Police of the Metropolis: 

Containino; a Detail of the various Crimes and ]\Iis- 
demeanors by which public and private Property and 



LONDON AND WESTMINSTER {VieWs). 875 

Security are at present injured and endangered ; and 
suggesting Remedies for their Prevention. By 
P. CoLQUiiouN, LL.D. acting as a Magistrate for 
the Counties of ]\iiddlesex, Surry, Kent, and Essex; 
for the City and Liberty of Westminster, and for 
the Liberty of the ToAver of London. The Seventh 
Edition, corrected and considerably enlarged. 

" Memincrint legnm conditores, illas ad proximum liunc. fmem accummodare : 
Scelei-a videlicet arcenda, refrsnandaque vitia ac morum pruvitutem. 

*'Judices pariter leges illas cum vigore, equitute, integritate, piiblicaque'uti- 
ittufis amore curent exequi : ut justitia ct virtus\mines societatis ordines 
pervudctnt: Indiistriaquc simul et Teinperantia inertice lucum assumant 
et prodigulitatis.'" 

London : Printed for J. Mawman, Cadell and Davies, R. Faul- 
der, &c. 1806. Octavo. 

Title-page; Dedication, dated Jan. 1, 1800; Advertisement, 

Preface, and Contents, 26 pages. 
Treatise on the Police of the Metropolis, [b-tIS] Qb5 pages. 
Index, [uu-xxS] 31 pages. 

LONDON AND WESTMINSTER — (viEWS). 
I. 

A Picturesque Tour through the Cities of Lon- 
don and VYestminster, illustrated with the most 
interesting Views, accurately delineated and executed 
in Aquatinta by Thomas Malton. In Two Vo- 
lumes. 

London : Published Aug^ 21, 1792, by Thomas Malton, No. SI, 
Titchfield Street, Portland Place. Folio, 

VOL. L 

An engraved Title-page as above. Tomldns scrips. Ashby sculp. 
Engraved Dedication to His Royal Highness the Prince of 

Wales, dated June 30, 1 792, with the Feathers between the 

Royal Supporters. 
List of Subscribers, 2 pages. Introduction, 2 pages. 

The Picturesque Tour, [b-q 2] 60 pages. 

PLATES. 
1. Westminster Bridge, p. 4. 



876 LONDON AND WESTMINSTER (VieWs), 

2. View on Westminster Bridge, p. 4. 

3. New Palace Yard. p. 8. 

4. View in Margaret Street, p. 8. 

5. Old Palace Yard. p. 9. 

6. Deans Yard. p. 10. 

7. North West View of Westminster Abbey, p. 1 1 . 

8. Westminster Abbey, from the West Entrance, p. 12. 

9. Transept of Westminster Abbey, p. 14. 

10. Part of the Sacristy leading to the Chapel of Henry VII, 

p. 16. 

11. Henry VII'^'* Chapel, p, 19. 

12. North front of Westminster Abbey, p. 22. 

13. Melbourne House, Whitehall, p. 26. 

14. Whitehall, p. 27. 

15. Privy Garden, p. 27. 

16. The Horse- Guards, p. 28. 

17. The Parade, p. 28. 

18. The Admiralty, p. 29. 

19. Charing Cross, p. 32. 

20. Cockspur Street, p. 32. 

21. The (King's) Mews. p. 33. 

22. Inside of the Mews. p. 33. 

23. (Interior of) S' Martin's (Church) in the Fields, p, 34. 

24. North front of S' Martin's Church, p. 35. 

25. South West View of S' Martin's Church, p. 35. 

26. Northumberland House, p. 36. 

27. View from Scotland Yard. p. 38. 

28. Water Gate, York Buildings, p. 39. 

29. The Adelphi. p. 41. 

30. John Street, Adelphi. p. 42. 

31. The Adelphi Terrace, p. 42. 

32. Adam Street, Adelphi. p. 43. 

33. S' Paul's, Covent Garden, p. 45, (misprinted PI. XXXII. 

in the letter-press.) 

34. Covent Garden, p. 46, (misprinted PI. XXIII in the letter- 

press.) 

35. Piazza, Covent Garden, p. 47. 

36. S' Mary's Church, and Somerset House, in the Strand. 

p. 49. 

37. Vestibule, Somerset House, p. 49- 

38. Great Court, Somerset Place, j). 49- 

39. North side of the Great Court, Somerset Place, p. 50. 

40. Part of Somerset Place, p. 50. 



LONDON AND WESTMINSTER {VieXVS). 877 

41. Somerset Terrace, p. 50. 

4-2. Somerset Place, p. 51. 

43. South front of S* Mary's Church, Strand, p. 52. 

44. Temple Bar. p. 53, 

45. Inner Temple Court, p. 5Q. 

4 6. Ancient Church of the Knights Templars, p, 56. 

47. S' Dunstaa's (Church), Fleet Street, p. 58. 

48. Black Friars Bridge, p. 59. 

VOL. II. 

An engraved Title-page as in the First Volume, placed between 

pages 6o and 61. 
The Picturesque Tour continued, beginning with page 61-112, 

[r-2 F 2] . 

PLATES. 

49. S* Paul's, from Ludgate Hill. p. 62. 

50. West front of S^ Paul's, p. 62. 

51. South front of St Paul's, p. 63. 

52. S' Paul's Cathedral, from the West Entrance, p. 67. 

53. (Interior of) S* Paul's Cathedral, p. 68. 

54. Transept of S* Paul's, from the North Entrance, p. 69. 

55. The North front of S^ Paul's, p. 70. 

56. S' Paul's, from Cheapside. p. 71. 

57. Bow Steeple, Cheapside. p. 72, 

58. St Lawrence's Church and Guildhall, p. 73. 

59. The Mansion House, from the Poultry, p. 75. 
60^ West front of the Mansion House, p. 75. 

61. St Stephen's (Church), Walbrook. p. 76. 

62. The Mansion House, from Cornhill. p. 76. 

63. South front of the Bank. p. 76. 

64. Lothbury Court, Bank. p. 77. 

65. North front of the Bank. p. 77. 

6Q. Arcade of the North front of the Royal Exchange, p. 78. 

67. The Royal Exchange, p. 78. 

68. South front of the Royal Exchange, p. 79. 

69. North front of the Royal Exchange, p. 79. 

70. St Rennet's Fink, Threadneedle Street, p. 80. 

71. St Peter Le Poor, Broad Street, p. 80. 

72. London Wall. p. 80. 

73. The East India House, p. 81, (Plate numbered 8S.) 

74. The Monument, p. 81. 

75. London Bridge, p. 83. 

76. The Custom House, p. 85. 
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878 LONDON AND WESTMINSTER {VicWS). 

77. The Tower, p. 86. 

78. The Great Court of the Tower, p. 87. 

79. North front of Greenwich Hospital, p. 89. 

80. The Great Court of Greenwicli Hospital, p. 89. 

81 . North front of the Chapel and Hall of Greenwich Hospital. 

p. 89. 

82. The Trinity House, p. 91. 

83. 8t Bartholomew the Greater (the interior), p. 93. 

84. The Sessions House for the County of Middlesex, p. 95. 

85. Newgate, p. 95. 

86. S' George's (Church), Bloomsbury. p. 96. 

87. Fitzroy Scpiare. p. 99. 

88. Portland Place, p. 100. 

89. Cavendish Scjuare. p. 101. 

90. Hanover Sijuare. j). 102, 

91. Grosvenor 8(|uare. p. 103. 

92. S' George's (Church), Hanover Square, p. I06, 

93. Uxhridge House, p. 1()6. 

94. S' James's Street, p. 107. 

95. Hyde Park Corner, p. I07. 

96. Spencer House, p. 108. 

97. The Queen's Palace, p. 109. 

98. Chelsea Hospital, p. 109. 

99. Carleton House, p. 112. 

100. North West View of S' Paul's (Cathedral). 

II. 

Collin's Walk tluoiigb London and Westmin- 
STEii ; a Poem in Burlesque. Written by T. D. 
(D Ukfey) Cient. 

" Aut prodesse volant, aut dcUxtare Poet(e, 
Aut aiiinil et jucunda, et ick»ita dkere vita," — HOR. de Art. Poetica. 

Licensed March '27, \690. Rob. Midgley. 
London : Printed for Rich. Parker, at the Unicorn, under the 

Roval Exchange, in Cornhill, and Abel Roper, near the Devil 

Tavern, in Fleet Street. I69O. Octavo. 
Title-i)age as above. 
Dedication to the Right Honourable Peregrine, Earl of Danby, 

signed T. D'Urfey, 6 pages. 
The Preface, and Errata, 8 pages. 
Collin's Walk, &;c. with Annotations, [b-o 8] 207 pages. 



LONDON AND WESTMINSTER {HcWs). 879 

III. 

Perambulations in London and its Environs; 

coiriprclu'iiding an Jlisloricjil Sketch of the ancient 
State and Progress of the British Metropohs ; a con- 
cise l)escri|jtion of its present State, Notices of Juni- 
ncnt Persons: and a short Account of the siirronnd- 
\\w Viiia^ies: in Letters. IV/ PinsciM.A Wakk- 
FIELD. Second l'>(hlion, nnproved. 
London: Printed for Dartoii, Ilufvey, and ]);uton, No. 55, 
Gracc'church Street. 18M. Di/odccimo, 331 pa^es, including 
Introduction and Index j with Five Kngraviiif^s. 

TV. 

A IjOOK of the Prospects of the remarkable Places 
in and abont the City of London. By RoR. Mor- 
DEN at y'^ Atlas in Cornehil, and hy I'll I L. Lee at 
the Atlas and Hirculus in Ciieapside. Size of tlie 
Plates 7| Indies lontr hy .S-^- Inches wide. 

1. A Prospect of Louflon, with the above ''I'itle thereon. — 2. I'ow 
Church. — 3. Guild-Ilall. — 4. Mercers Chappel. — 5. The Sta- 
tue of Kinj^ Charles II. at the Entrance of Cornhill. — 6. The 
Hospital of Jk'thlehenn. — 7- The Monument. — fi.ThoUoyall 
Exchanj^e of London. — 9. The Marhle Statue of Kiiif^ (Charles 
tlie 2'^ on the Iloyall Exchange. — 10. The Custom House. 
John Dunstall fee. — I 1 . The Tower of London. — 1 2. S' Marie 
Ouers in Soutliwark. — 13. Lambeth House. — 14. 'J'he Ca- 
thedral Church of S* Paul, as it was belore y*" Fire of London. 
— 15. S^ Paul's, (a View of a Building never executed.) — 

16. The Entrance of the Royall Collcdge of Phisitians. — 

17. The Royall Colledge of Pliisitians, LomJon. — 18. Thanet 
House in Aldersgate Street. — 19- The Temple.— 20. Temple 
Barr, the West sifle. — 21. S^ Paul's, Coveiit (iardcu. John 
Seller excudit. — 22. Somerset House. — 23. Tlie Statue of 
King Charles I. at Charing Cross, in lirass. — 24. White 
Hall. — 25. The Panqucling House. — 26. The King's Gate at 
Whitehall, leading to Westminster. — 27. The Entrance to 
Westminster Hall. — 28. Part of Westminster; viz. " Parla- 
mtMit Houx', the Hall, and the Abhy." — 29. Westminstet- Hall 
(with the Church which .stood opposite tho cntraticc). — 30. 
Westuiiuster Abbey. 



880 LONDON AND WESTMINSTER (FieU's). 

V. 

Several Prospects of the most noted Publick Build- 
ings ill and about the City of London; with a 
short Historical Account relating to the same (sub- 
joined to each Print). — The Title-page being in En- 
glish and French, and the Prints are numbered a to z. 

London : Printed and sold by John Bowles, Print and Map- 
seller, over against Stocks Market. 1724. Oblong quarto. 
Size of the Plates 8-^ Inches by 6-^. 

. The above engraved Title within an ornamented Frame : the 
Arms of London at the top, the Monument on the left 
side, Bow Church on the right, each supported by two 
naked Figures of old Men, and the Imprint at the bottom, 

2. The Royal Palace of S^ James's. 

3. The Royal Banqueting House at White Hall. 

4. The Cathedral Church of S* Peter's, Westminster. 

5. The Inside of S^ Peter's. 

6. The North West Prospect of the Cathedral Church of 

S' Paul. 

7. The South East Prospect of the Inside of the Cathedral 

Church of S' Paul. 

8. Guild Hall. — 9- Inside of Guildhall. 

10. The Royal Exchange. 

1 1 . The Inside of the Royal Exchange. 

12. Justice Hall in the Old Bailey. 

13. The Charter House. — 14. S'' Paul's School. 

15. College of Physicians. — 16. S*^ Bartholomew's Hospital, 

17. Christ's Hospital. — 18. S*^ Thomas's Hospital. 

19. Bethlem Hospital. — 20. Aske's Hospital. 

21. Navy Office. — 22. Custom House. 

23. London Bridge. — 24. The Tower of London. 

VL 

Prospects of the most considerable Buildings in and 
about London. Drawn and engraved by Su'i;ton 
Njciiolls. 

London : Sold by John Bowles, Print and Map-Seller) over 

against Stocks Market. Folio. 
A Plan of London, as in Q. Elizabeih's Days ; with Views of 
the Old Buildings neare the Temple Gate. — Baynard's Castle. 



LONDON AND WESTMINSTER {Fic^fs). 881 

— West View of Old S' Paul's, — Cheapside and the Cross, as 
before the Fire, 1605. — Inside of the Royal Exchange as be- 
fore the Fire. — And the South Prospect of London, as it ap- 
peared when it lay in Ruins after that drcadfull Fire in 1666. 
Thomas Bowles sc. 

A Pocket Map of the Cities of London, Westminster, and South- 
wark, with the addition of the New Buildings to this present 
Year 1725. 

The South Prospect of London and Westminster on Two Sheets. 

Ten Gates; viz.Aldgate, Bishopsgate, Moore Gate, Cri])plegate, 
Aldersgate, Newgate, Ludgate, Temple Bar, King's Gate, 
and a Gate at the Entrance of King Street, Westminster, 
pulled down in 1723. 

I. Hanover Square. — 2. Golden Square. — 3. S' James's Square. 
— 4. Buckingham House in S'^ James's Park. — 5. Marlborough 
House in S* James's Park. — 6. The Brass Statue of King 
Charles y'-' 1"* at Charing Cross. — 7. Leicester Square. — 
8. Sohoe or King's Square. — 9. Mountague House in Great 
Russell Street. — 10. Southampton or Bloomsbury Square. — - 
1 1. Powis House in Ormond Street. — 12. Red Lvon Square. 
— 13. Covent Garden. — 14. S*^ Mary Le Strand (Church). — 
15. The Temple. — 16. Lincoln's Inn NewScpiare. — 17. New- 
castle House in Lincoln's Inn Fields. — 18. Gray's Iim. — 19. 
Furnival's Inn in Holhourne. — 20. The Elevation or Prospect 
of the West end of the Steeple of S' Bridget, alias Bride's, 
in Fleet Street, London ; shewing the inside and outside 
thereof, being 235 Feet high. S' Chr'' Wren, Kn'' Architect, 
Mr. Sam' Foulks, Mason. Sold by Joseph Smith, at y'= Pic- 
ture Shop in Exeter Exchange, in the Strand. — 21. Bride- 
wel. — 22. Fifteen Views and Plans of the Old Church and 
present one of St Paul's Cathedral, with a Prospect of Lon- 
don as before the Fire. — 23. The Statue of Queen Anne, 
erected at the West end of S* Paul's anno 1713. — 24. Char- 
ter House Square — 25. Bow Church. — 26. The West Prospect 
of the Church and Steeple of the same. — 27. The Statue of 
King Charles y" 2'' at Stocks Market. — 28. The General Post 
Office. — 29. Devonshire S(juare.— 30. The Monument. — 31. 
A Representation of the Carved Work on the West side of the 
Pedestal of the Monument of London. — 32. Fishmongers 
Hall, near London Bridge. — 33. Guy's Hospital for In- 
curables. — 34. The Royal! Hospitall at Chelsey. — 35. The 
Royal Hospital at Greenwich. 

N. B. Taken from a copy in the British Museum. 



882 LONDON AND WESTMINSTER (Fiervs). 

VII. 

Twenty-four Views of the Palaces and Public 
Buildings of London and Westminster, and 
their Neighbourhood ; with Descriptions under the 
Plate in English and French. 

Printed for John Bowles, at the Black Horse in Cornhill, and 
Carington Bowie.'-, in S' Paul's ('liiirch Yard, London. Size 
\0^ Inches by 7- 

1. A General View of the City of London next the River 

Thames. 

2. A View of the Foundlinc: Hospital. 

3. A View of the South East Prospect of LondoUj from the 

Tower to London Bridge. 

4. A View of the Custom House, with part of the Tower, 

taken from the River lliauies, London. 
.5. A View of Westminster Bridge from Lambeth. 

6. A View of the Bridge over the Thames at Hampton Court. 

7. A View of the Bridge over the Thames at Walton, in Sur- 

rey, Distance 20 Miles from London. 

8. A View of the Royal Hospital at Greenwich. 

9. A View of the Royal Hospital at Chelsea, and the Rotunda 

in Ranelagh Gardens. 
10. A View of Vaux Hall Gardens, shewing the Grand Walk at 

the Entrance of the Garden, and the Orchestra, with the 

Music playing. 
1 1 . A View of Ranelagh House and Gardens, with the Rotunda 

at the Time of the Jubilee Ball. 

12. A View of Marybone Gardens, shewing the Grand Walk, 

and the Orchestra, with the Music playing. 

13. The Royal Palace of S' James's next the l-*ark. 

14. The Royal Palace of Kensington. 

15. The Royal Palace of Hampton Court. 
1 6. The Royal Palace of Windsor. 

17. A View of the Parade in S' James's Park. 

18. A View of the Church of S' Mary le Bow, in Cheapside, 

London. 

19. A View of the Lord Mayor's Mansion House, shewing the 

Front of the House, and the West side. 

20. A View of the Royal Exchange at London. 

21. The Inside View of the Royal Exchange at London. 

22. A View of Ironmongers Hall in Fcnchurch Street. 



LONDON AND WESTMINSTER (Jlews). 883 

23. A View of the Monument of London, in remembrance of 

the dreadful Fire in 1660. Its Height is 202 Feet. 

24. A View of the Hospital of Bethlehem. 

VIII. 
Twelve Views of the Inside of Churches, and Two 
Views of tlie Outside of St. Paul's Cathedral and of 
Westminster Abbey. With Explanations in English 
and French. Size 10 Indies by 8. 

Printed for Robert Wilkinson, at No. 58, in Cornhill, and 
Carington Bowles, in S"^ Paul's Church-yard, London. 

1 . The West View of the Choir of the Cathedral Church of 

S' Paul. 

2. The North West Prospect of S' Paul's Cathedral. 

3. A Prospect of Westminster Abbey and S' Margaret's Church. 

4. A Prospect of the Inside of Westminster Abbey. 

5. A Prospect of the hiside of King Henry VII"''^ Chapel in 

Westminster Abbey. 

6. A Prospect of the Inside to the Choir of the Cathedral 

Church of Canterbury. 

7. A Prospect of the Choir of the Cathedral Church of Can- 

terbury. 

8. The Chapel of the Holy Trinity in the Cathedral Church of 

Canterbury, where Becket's Shrine was placed. 

9. An internal perspective View of the Cathedral Church at 

York, from the West end. 

1 0. A perspective View of the Choir of the Cathedral Church at 

York. 

1 1 . A Prospect of the Inside of S' Stephen, Walbrook, London. 

12. A Prospect of the Inside of S'^ Martin's Church in the 

Fields. 

IX. 

Perspective Views of all the ancient Churches and 
other Buildings in the Cities of London and West- 
MINSTEK, and Parts adjacent, within the Bills of 
Mortality. Drawn by Robert West, and engraved 
by William Henry Toms. 

Part I. Containing Twelve Parish Churches within the City 
of London, being all that are now standing which 
escaped the Fire in 1666; viz. Allhallows Barking j 



8^4 LONDON AND WESTMINSTER {VieWs). 

^ Allhallows Staining ; Allhallows London Wall ; S' Al- 
phage ; S' Andrew Under Shaft ; S^ Ethelburgh ; S' 
Helen ; S* Katheiine Coleman ; S*^ Katherine Cree 
Church ; S' Martin Outwieh ; S' Olave, Hart Street ; 
S' Peter Le Poor. 
London : Printed for the Proprietors, Robert West, at the Blue 
Spike, in Compton Street, Soho, Painter ; and William Henry 
Tonr.s, in Union Court, opposite S' Andrew's Church, in Hol- 
bourn. Engraver; and published March 16, 1736. Ollong 
folio. 
Title-page as above. 
List of Subscribers, in four columns, 1 page. 

PLATES, 
(With Description subjoined.) 

1. The South East Prospect of the Church of Allhallows Bark- 

ing, lu'^cribed to the Most Rev'' John (Potter), Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury. 

2. The South West Pros[)ect of the Church of Allhallows Stain- 

ing. Inscribed to .Joseph Ilankcv, Esq. 

3. The South East Prospect of the Church of Alhallows Lon- 

don Wall. Inscribed to the Rt. Hon. Philip Lord Hard- 
wick, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain. 

4. The South West Prospect of the Church of S* Alphage. 

Inscribed to the Rt. Rev. Edmund (Gibson), Lord 
Bishop of London. 

5. The North West Prospect of the Church of S* Andrew Un- 

dershaft. Inscribed to the Rt. Hon. S' John Thompson, 
Kn', Lord Mavor of London. 

6. The West Prospect of the Church of S^ Ethelburgh. In- 

scribed to Sir Rob* Godschall, Kn'- 

7. The South West Prospect of the Church of S' Helen. In- 

scribed to the Rt. Rev'' Francis, Lord Bishop of Chi- 
chester. 

8. The South Prospect of the Church of S' Katherine Cole- 

man. Inscribed to Sir William Billers, Kn'- 

9. The South West Prospect of S' Katherine Cree Churqh. 

Inscribed to John Barber, Esq. 
10. The North East Prospect of the Church of S' Martin Out- 

wich. Inscribed to Robert Cater, Esq. 
1 I. The North East Prospect of the Church of S* Olave, Hart 

Street. Inscribed to Daniel Lambert, Esq. 
12. Tlie South East Prospect of the Church of S' Peter le 



LONDON" AND WESTMINSTER (VieWs). 885 

Poor. Inscribed to the Rt. Rev*^ Benjamin (Hoadly), 
Lord Bishop of Winchester. 

PART II. Published March 18, 1739. 
Title-page as before, with this Alteration : ^' Containing Twelve 

ancient Churches and Chapels within the Liberty of London: 

viz. S' Bartholomew the Great ; S' Bartholomew the Less ; 

S"^ Botolph without Aldersgate ; S* Botolph without Aldgate ; 

S*^ Dunstan in the West ; S' Giles without Cripplegate ; S' 

Olave in Southwark ; S*^ Saviour in Southwark ; S*^ Sepulchre; 

The Temple Church ; the Chapel Royal in the Tower ; 

K. Henry Vll"'* Chapel at Westminster. 
List of Subscribers, printed in four Columns. 

PLATES. 

1. The West Prospect of the Church of S' Bartholomew the 

Great. Inscribed to Sir Hans Sloane, Bar'* M.D. 

2. The South West Prospect of the Church of S' Bartholomew 

the Less. Inscribed to John Myddelton, of Chirk Castle, 
in Co. of Denbigh, Esq. F.R.S. 

3. The North East Prospect of the Church of S* Botolph 

without Aldersgate. Inscribed to Charles Frederick, 
Esq. F.R.S. 

4. The North West Prospect of the Church of S' Botolph 

without Aldgate. Inscribed to Smart Lethieullier, Esq. 
F.R.S. 

5. The South East Prospect of the Church of S^ Dunstan in 

the West. Inscribed to Joseph Taylor, Esq. 

6. The South West Prospect of the Church of S' Giles with- 

out Cripplegate. Inscribed to the Rev'^ George Laving- 
ton, LL.D. 

7. The South Prospect of the Church of S* Olave, South- 

wark. Inscribed to Sir Joseph Ayloffe, Bart. F.R.S. 

8. The South Prospect of the Church of S' Saviour, in South- 

wark. Inscribed to Sir John Evelyn, Bar*- F.R.S. 

9. The South Prospect of the Church of S' Sepulchre. In- 

scribed to the Rt. Hon. Edward Earl of Oxford. 

10. The South East Prospect of the Temple Church. Inscribed 

to James West, Esq. 

1 1 . The South East Prospect of the Chapel Royal of S* Peter 

in the Tower. Inscribed to George Holmes, Esq. 

12. The South East Prospect of King Henry VII'^ Chapel at 

Westminster. Inscribed to the Rt. Rev'' Joseph (Wil- 
cocks), Lord Bishop of Rochester. 

PART II. 5 X 



886 LONDON AND WESTMINSTER (Vlews). 

X. 

Antiquities of London and its Environs: by 
John Thomas Smith. Dedicated to Sir James 
Winter Lake, Bar*- F.S.A. Containing Views of 
Houses, Monuments, Statues, and other curious Re- 
mains of Antiquity : engraved from the original Sub- 
jects, and from original Drawings communicated by 
several Members of the Society of Antiquaries ; with 
Remarks and References to the Historical AVorks of 
Pennant, Lysons, Stowe, Weever, Camden, Mait- 
land, Sec. 

London: Published by J. Sewell, Cornhill; R. Faukler, New 
Bond Street; J. Simco, Great Queen Street; J. Manson, 
Duke's Court, S* Martin's Lane; Messrs. Molteno and Col- 
naghi, Pall Mall; J. T. Smith, Engraver, Edmonton; and 
Nath. Smith, antient Printseller, No. 18, Great May's Build- 
ings, S' Martin's Lane. (I791-I8OO.) Quarto. 

Plate 1. London Stone, in Cannon Street. 

2. Part of London Wall, in the Church-yard of S' Giles, Crip- 

plegate. 

3. A Front View of the Watch Tower, discovered near Lud- 

gate Hill, May 1, 1792. 

4. London Wall; another View, discovered near Ludgate Hill, 

May 1, 1792. 

5. Venerable Remains of London Wall, in the Church-yard of 

St Giles, Cripplegate. 

6. The Archiepiscopal Palace of Lambeth, from a Picture by 

Marlo\v. 

7. Lollards Prison, situated on the North side of Lambetli 

Palace. 

8. Pedlar and his Dog, Saint Mary, Lambeth. 

9. Monument of Robert Scott, Esq. on the North side of the 

Chancel of S^ Mary Lamhetli. 

10. The Monument of the Tradescants, in the Church -yard of 

S' Mary, Lambeth, with their Portraits, copied from 
Hollar's Prints. 

11. South Remains of Winchester Hou'=e, Southwark. 

12. Monumental Figure of a Knight Templar ; and another 

traditionally said to be in Menjory of Old Overie, Father 
of the Foundress of the Priory, in S'^ Saviour's, South- 
wark. 



LONDON AND WESTMINSTER {V'leWS). 887 

13. Monument of William Emerson, in S* Mary Overies, or S* 

Saviour's, Southwark. 

14. The Gate of the ancient Abbey of S' Saviour's, Bermondsey. 

15. A Specimen of ancient Building, being Houses situate on 

the West side of King Street, Westminster. 
IG. Camden's Monument, Poets Corner, Westminster Abbey. 
17. (K.) Richard II. From an original Picture which formerly 

hung in the Choir of S' Peter's, Westminster. 
IS. Van Dun's Aims-Houses in Petty France; with his Mural 

Monument on the North side of S^ Margaret's Chwch, 

Westminster. 
19. Bust of King James P'' taken from a Bronze larger than 

Life, over the principal Entrance of the Banqueting 

Room at Whitehall. 
CO. Statue of King James the Second in Privy Gardens. 
21. Old Charing Cross. 
•22. Rosamond's Pond, in the South West Corner of S' James's 

Park, 

23. Monmouth House, Soho Square. 

24. Monument in Memory of Theodore, King of Corsica, in 

S' Ann's Church-yard, Westminster. 

25. Cleveland House, by S"^ James's. 

26. Clarendon House. 

27. Savoy Prison. 

28. The Savoy in 1650, and as it was in 1792. 

29. Lady Arabella, Countess Dowager of Nottingham's Monu- 

ment, in the Chancel of S* Mary le Savoy. , 
30.. An antient Monument in the Chancel of S* Mary le Savoy. 

31. A Monument, \vith the old Vestry Door, in the Chancel of 

S' Mary le Savoy. 

32. William Earl of Craven, from a Picture in Craven Buildings, 

Drury Lane. 

33. Craven House, Craven Buildings, Drury Lane. 

34. The Old Theatre, Drury Lane. 

35. An antient Monument of a Bishoj), under the South East 

Window in the Temple Church, 

36. Monument on the North Wall in the Temple Church. 

37. Plowden's Moiuiment on the North Wall in the Temple 

Church. 

38. Lincoln's Inn Gate, Chancerv Lane. 

39. The Monument of Frances Dutchess Dudley, in the North 

Aisle, near the West Entrance of the Church of S* Giles 
in the Fields. 



888 LONDON AND WESTMINSTER (ViewS). 

40. The Tombs of Richard Pendrell and George Chapman, in 

the Church-yard of S* Giles in the Fields. 

41. Staple Inn, Holborn. 

42. The principal Gate of the Priory of S' Bartholomew, Smith- 

field. 

43. The West Front of the Mathematical School, Christ's Ho- 

spital, 1775. 

44. Part of Christ's Hospital, taken from the Steward's Office, 

1765. 

45. Mrs. Salmon's, Fleet Street. 

46. Entrance to Mr. Holden's Family Vault in S* Bride's Church- 

yard; one of the few Relicks after the Fire of 1666. 

47. Whole-length mutilated Figures of King Lud and his Two 

Sons, on Ludgate. 

48. Newgate. 

49. Prince Rupert's House, Beech Lane, Barbican. 

30. The Queen's Nursery, Golden Lane, Barbican. 

31. Speed's Monument in the Chancel of S' Giles, Cripplegate. 

32. Barber Surgeons Hall, Monkwell Street. 

33. Barber Surgeons Hail, from the Church-yard of S*^ Giles, 

Cripplegate. 

34. Sion College. 

35. The Kitchen belonging to Leathersellers Hall, demolished 

in 1799. 

56. The principal or Street Entrance to Leathersellers Hall, de- 
molished 1799. 

37. Remains of a Crypt, part of the antient Priory of Black 
Nuns, adjoining S*^ Helen's Church, in Bishopsgate 
Street. 

3S. A curious Pump in the Yard belonging to Leathersellers 
Hall, near Bishopsgate Street. 

39. Old Houses in the Butcher Row. 

60. White Hart, Bishopsgate Street. 

61. The South Gates, being now the principal Remains of 

Duke's Place. 

62. Lord Darcie's Monument, on the East side near the South 

Entrance of S' Botolph's Church, Aldgatc. 

63. Robert Dow's Monument, S' Botol|ih's, Aldgate. 

64. Monument in Memory of Coya Shawsware, a Persian Mer- 

chant, in S^ Botolph's, Bishopsgate Without. 
Q5. The Old Fountain in the Minories, taken down in 1793. 
66. South View of the Bloody Tower within the Tower of 

London. 



LONDON AND WESTMINSTER (JleXOS). 889 

67. North or Inside View of Traitors Gate. 

68. An old House which is now standing on Little Tower Hill. 

69. A curious Gate at Stepney. 

70. Pye Corner, Sniithficld. — The Figure of the Boy put up in 

Memory of the Great Fire of London, 1606. 

71. Guy Earl of Warwick, from a Basso Relievo in Warwick 

Lane. 

72. Part of the arched Vaults of Gerard's Hall, in Basing Lane, 

Bread Street, Cheapside. 

73. Cheapside Cross ; with the Procession of Mary de Medici 

to her Daughter, Henrietta Maria. 

74. Cheapside Cross ; its demolition. May 2""^' 1643. 
73. The Conduit near Bavswater. 

76. Guildhall Chapel. 

77- Monument in Memory of Richard Fishborne, Mercer, in 
the Ambulatory belonging to Mercers Chapel, in Cheap- 
side. 

78. Portrait of Sir Thomas Gresham, Knt. 

79. Monumentof Sir Nicholas Throckmorton, Kn*' in the Church 

of S' Catherine Cree. 

80. Stowe's Monument, in the North Aisle of S* Andrew Un- 

dershaft. 

81. Portrait of John Stow, Historian and Antiquary, from his 

Monument. 

82. Winchester House, in Winchester Street, London Wall. 

83. Sir Paul Pindar's Lodge in Half Moon Alley. 

84. Sir Paul Pindar's Monument near the Communion Table, 

S' Botolph's, Bishopsgate. 

85. Building at the Entrance of Little S* Helen's, demolished 

in 1799. 

86. Bancroft's Monument, in the Church of S* Helen, Bishops- 

gate Street. 

87. Sir John Crosby's Monument, in the Church of S* Helen, 

Bishopsgate Street. 

88. A Basso Relievo of a Gardener, against Mr. Holyland's 

Stables, Gardener's Lane, the Corner of High Timber 
Street. 
&9. Wood Street Compter. 

90. Bruce Castle, Tottenham, Middlesex. 

91. The old Manor House, Hackney, formerly the Residence of 

the Tyssen Family. 

92. Monument of Cooper, the celebrated INIiniature Painter, in 

the Church of S' Pancras in the Fields. 



890 LONDON AND WESTMINSTER {Vietcs). 

93. Sir Edward VvVnter's Monument, on the South Wall in 

Battersea Church. 

94. Rectorial House, Newington Butts. 

95. W'" Woollett's Tomb in the Church-yard of S' Pancras, 

Middlesex. 
qQ. W"^ Hogarth's Tomb in Chisvvicl> Church-yard, Middlesex. 

N. B. Fifty copies of these Plates, after having hettn four 
times retouched, were issued by the last possessor in a folio size, 
as proof impressions, for the purpose of illustration. 

XL 

TwELA^E Views of the Antiquities of London : 

for the Llustmtion of L3'sonSj Pennant, Malcolm, 
&c. By F. Nash. 

(London :) Published by H. Setchel and Son, 23, King Street, 
Covent Garden. 1805-1810. Quarto. 

1. N. Side of the Jerusalem Chamber, Westminster. 

2. Interior of the Jerusalem Chamber, N.W. 

3. Interior of the Jerusalem Chamber, S.E. 

4. West View of the Jerusalem Chamber. 

5. Remains of the S. Transept of S"^ Bartholomew the Greater, 

Smithfield. 

6. The Crypt under Westminster Abbey. 

7. Hungerford Market. 

8. Entrance to the Tower by Water, with part of the Bloody 

Tower. 

9. Gower's Monument, in S' Saviour's Church, Southwark. 

10. Interior of the Chapel in the White Tower. 

1 1. S. Aisle in the Chapel of the White Tower. 

1 2. Winding Staircase in the White Tower. 

XIL 
Ancient Topography of London : containing not 
only Views of Buildings, which in many instances no 
longer exist, and for the most part were never before 
published : but some Account of Places and Cus- 
toms either unknown or overlooked by the London 
Historians. By John Thomas Smith. 

London: Printed by J. M'^Creery, Black Horse Court: pub- 
lished and sold by the Proprietor, John Thomas Smith, No. 4, 



LO^^DON AND WESTMINSTER (Ficu's). 891 

Chandos Street, Covcnt Garden : Sold likewise by Messrs. 
John and Arthur Arch, Cornhill; Boydell and Co. Cheapside; 
Mr. Bagster, Strand ; Cohiai^hi and Co. Cockspur Street ; 
Messrs. Payne and Foss, PalllVIalJ; Mr. Clarke, Bond Street; 
Mr. Booth', Duke Street, Portland Place ; Mr. Ryan, Oxford 
Street ; Mr. Seichel, King Street, Covent Garden ; and MV. 
Uphani, Bath, 1815. Imperial qvurlo. 
Preceding the printed Title-page is another, within a broad 
Border, containing the Arms of the City of London, the 
twelve principal Companies, and those of Pennant, all embla- 
zoned, viz. " Antient Topography of London; eaibracino- 
Specimens of Sacred, Public, and Domestic Architecture, 
from the earliest Period to the Time of the Great Fire 1666. 
Drawn and etched by John Thomas Smith ; intended as an 
Accompaniment to the celebrated Works of Stow, Pennant, 
and others. — London: Published as the Act directs, Oct. 24^'', 
IS 10, by John Thomas Smith, No. 18, Great May's Build- 
ings, S^Martin's Lane." 

The Title-pages as above. 

Preface, dated No. 4, Chandos Street, Covent Garden ; with a 
large Wood Cut of Arches at the South End of the Court of 
Requests, the same as in the " Antiquities of Westminster,"' 
p. 37 ; on the reverse of the Preface. 

The letter-press Description, beginning with "Sacred Architec- 
ture," [b-m] 82 pages. 

PLATES, 

[Sacred Architecture.) 

1 . North East View of the back of the original Altar of S' 

Bartholomew the Greater. Drawn in May 1810. p. 2. 

2. West Entrance to the Vestibule of the Temple Church. 

Drawn in June 1810. p. 4. 

3. Part of the Vestibule of the Temple Church. Drawn in 

May ISOO. p. 6. 

4. Part of the Vestibule of the Temple Church. Drawn in 

May ISOf). p. 7. 

5. Parts of the North and East Walls of the Convent of S^ 

Clare, or Minories. Drawn in April 1797. p. 8. 

6. Parts of the South and West Walls of the same Convent. 

Drawn in April 1797. p. 8. 

7. Ancient parts of the Church of S' Dunstan in the East. 

Drawn in June 1811. p. 10. 

8. Lcadcnhall Chapel. Drawn in May It 12. p. 13. 



S9^ LONDON AND WESTMINSTER (Fiews). 

9. North East View of parts of the Chapel and Granary of 
Leadenhall. Drawn in June 1813. p. 14. 
King Edward the Third commissioning Hugh de S* Al- 
ban's, John Athelard, and Benedict Nightegale, to col- 
lect Painters for S' Stephen's Chapel, 18'*^ March 1350. 
A Wood Cut ; the same as in the Antiquities of West- 
minster. On the letter-press of p. 14. 

10. The South Entrance of Dukes Place. Drawn in August 

1790- p. IS. 

{Public Architecture.) 

11. North View of the Cell in the South West Tower of the 

Tower of London. Drawn in June 1802. p. 22. 

12. East Entrance to the Cell in the South West Tower of the 

Tower of London. Drawn in June 1 802. p. 22. 

13. An Arch of London Bridge, as it appeared in the Great 

Frost, 1814. Drawn Feb. 5, 1814. p. 24. 

14. Inside View of the Watch Tower discovered near Ludgate 

Hill, May 1, 1792. Drawn in June 1792. p. 26. 

15. Parts of London Wall and Bethlem Hospital. Drawn in 

June 1S12. p. 28. 
IG. South West View of Bethlem Hospital and London Wall. 

Drawn in. August 1814. p. 33. 
1 7. A venerable Fragment of London Wall, as it stood in the 

Church-yard of S' Giles, Cripplegate. Drawn in April 

1793. p. 36. 
18. Inside View of the Poultry Compter. Drawn in June 1811. 

p. 39. 

{Domestic Architecture.) 
■ 19. North East View of an Old House lately standing In Swee- 

don's Passage, Grub Street. Drawn in July 1791. 

p. 41. 

20. South East View of the same Building. Drawn in July 

1791. p. 41. 
An Impression from the original Seal of the Office of the 
Revels. On the letter-press of p. 43. 

21. A magnificent Mansion lately standing in Hart Street, 

Crutched Friars. Drawn in May 17 92. p. 44. 

22. An upper Apartment of the same magnificent Mansion. 

Drawn in May 1792. p. 46. 

23. Houses lately standing in the West Corner of Chancery 

Lane, Fleet Street. Drawn in August 1789. p. 49- 

24. East View of a Room on the First Floor of Sir, Paul Pin- 



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dar's House in Bishopsgate Street. Drawn in June 
ISIO. p. 50. 

25. Houses on the South side of Leadenhall Street. Drawn in 

July 1796. p. 52. 

26. View of part of Duke Street, West Smithfield. Drawn in 

July 1807. p. .54. 

27. Old Houses lately standing at the South Corner of Hosier 

Lane, Smithfield. Drawn in April 1795. p. 56. 

28. Houses on the South side of a Street called London Wall. 

Drawn in March 1808. p. 61. 

29. Houses on the West side of Little Moorfields. Dra\\Ti in 

May 1810. p. 64. 

30. South East View of the Porch of an Old House in Hanover 

Court, near Grub Street. Drawn in July 1809. p. QQ, 

31. Houses lately standing on the North side of Long Lane, 

Smithfield. Drawn in May 1810. p. 67. 

32. Winchester Street, London Wall. Drawn in May 18041 

p. 68. 

XIIL 
One Hundred and Twenty Views and Por- 
traits to illustrate the Fourth Edition of Pennant's 
Account of London ; accompanied with a numerical 
List of Plates. 
London : Published for Messrs. Nichols and Co. Red Lion 
Passage. 1815. Quarto. 
N. B. These Plates are selected as peculiarly appropriate to 
illustrate this interesting Work. Some of them have been re- 
engraved for that purpose ; and many of them, being long out 
of print, have been considered as very rare. 

1. Portrait of John Wickliffe. J. Basire sc. p. 17- 

2. Lambeth Palace and Church, from the Water. J.B. Pouncy 

del. 1784. F. Cary sc. p. 17. 

3. Tomb of Archbishop Morton, p. 17. 

4. Portrait of Archbp. Matthew Parker. G. Vertue sc. 1729. 

p. 19. 

5. Lambeth Palace from the Gardens. Miss Hartley del. 1773. 

Cook sc. p. 19. 

6. S.View of Lambeth Church and Rectorial House, taken by 

J. Bailey, 1768. p. 21. 

7. Lambeth Church, Two Views, p. 21. 

8. The Pedlar and his Dog. p. 21. 
PART II. 5 Y 



8^4 LONDON AND WESTMINSTER {VieXVs). 

9. Portrait of Dr. Cuthbert Tunstall, Bishop of Durham. 
J. CoUyer sc. p, 21 . 

10. Portraits of Edward IV. and EHzabeth his Queen, in Can- 

terbury Cathedral, Coloured, p. 21. 

1 1 . Portraits of the Tradescants, and Bust of Elias Ashmole, 

in outline, p. 23-4. 
12-15. Four Plates of Fragments of Arundelian Marbles. — A- 

B-C-D. p. 28. 
16. Magdalen Hospital and Westminster Lying-in Hospital. 

1771. p. 29, 30. 
17-18. Four Vievvs of the Marshalsea Prison, p. 36. 

19. The Globe Theatre and the Bear Garden. 1612. p. 35, 50. 

20. The South ProspectofS' Saviour's Church. B.Cole sc. p. 38. 

21. Portiaitof Laiuicelot Andrews, Bp. of Winchester, p. 40. 

22. Winchester House, Southwark, I66O. p. 40. 

23. S' Thomas's Hospital, p. 43. 

24. Guy's Hospital, p. 43. 

25-6. Bermondsey Abbey, and Fragments from the same. p. 46. 

27. The Talbot Inn, Borough High Street, Southwark. p. 49. 

28. Thomas a Becket's Shrine, p. 49. 

29. The Swan Theatre, from the Antwerp View. p. 50. 

30. Tomb of King Sebert, and his Figure over that of Simon 

Langham, Abp. of Canterbury, p. 54. 

31. Figure on the South side of Sebert's Tomb, in Westminster 

Abbey, in Colours, p. 54. 

32. Portrait of George Vertue the Engraver. Richardson del. 

J. Basirc sc. p. 6I. 

33. Portrait of K. Henry VII. H. Crowe sc. p. 62. 

34. A View of the Scaffolding in Westminster Hall. p. 73. 

35. Augmentation Office, Westminster Hall. p. 78. 

36. Portrait of Cardinal Wolsey. p. 82. 

37. Portrait of K. Edward IV. p.94. 

38. Trinity Chapel, Conduit Street, p. 105. 

39. S*^ George's Hospital, p. 1 10. 

40. Plan of London, as fortified by Order of Parliament in the 

Years 1 642 and 1 64 3 . p. 1 11 . 

41. View of Marybone Manor-House, Gardens, Park, and En- 

virons, in the Time of Q. Elizabeth. Coloured and 
Folded. .1. T. Smith sc. p. 1 13. 

42. Portrait of Benjamin Stillingfleet, Es(j. J.Basiresc. p. 115. 

43. Mr. Stilhngflcet's Monument in S' James's Church, Picca- 

dilly. E. H. Locker, Esq. inv*- John Bacon sc. En- 
graved by J. Roffe. p. 115. 



LONDON AND WESTMINSTER {Vicws). 895 

4l. Portrait of Tobias Matthew, Bishop of Durham and AbpT 

of York. p. 120. 
45. Tomb of Tobias Matthew, Bishop of Durham and Abp, 

of York. p. 120. 
4f). Durham House, 1(560. p. 120. 

47. Sir Walter Raleigh's House at IsHngton. p. 122. 

48. The Buildings called the Adelphi. Ben. Green del. & sc. 

p. 123. 

49. Portrait of Adam the Architect, p. 123. 

50. Somerset House, next the River, in 1568. p. 128. 

51. Somerset House in I66O. p. 128. 

52. Arundel House in I66O. p. 132. 

53. The South-east Prospect of the Temple Church. B. Cole 

sc. p. 138. 

54. Inscription on the Temple Church, p. 139. 

55. The Great Hall in the Middle Temple. Malcolm sc. p. 141. 

56. Sculpture on the Gateway of Lincoln's Inn. Basire sc. 

p. 147. 

57. Portrait of Sir Nathan Wright, Lord Keeper. R.White 

del. Royce sc. p. 149. 

58. New Gallery, British Museum, N.E. Garden View. T. Prat- 

tent del. & sc. p. 153. 

59. Portrait of Francis Grose, Esq. F.R.S. and A.S. p. I60. 

60. Interior of Ely Chapel. J. P. Malcolm del. & sc. p. 161. 

61. Portrait of the Rev'' William Whiston, M.A. p. 162. 

62. Portrait of Bishop Latimer. J. Basire sc. p. l64, 

63. South Transept of S^ Bartholomew's Priory, Smithfield. 

p. 167. 

64. Christ's Hospital, p. I69. 

65. The Charter House Hospital, p. 175. 

6Q. Creation of Knights of S' John of Jerusalem. Malcolm sc. 

P- 179. 

67. The Death of Godfrey of Bologne. Malcolm del. & sc. 

p. 179. 

68. Monument of Prior Weston. Schnebbelie del. 1787. p. 182. 

69. The Duke's Theatre, Dorset Gardens, 1709. p. 187. 

70. Dr. Salmon's House at Blackfriars, 17 10. p. 187. 

71. Bridewell, p. 188. 

72. Blackfriars Stairs, 166O. p. I92. 

73. Portrait of Robert Milne, Esq F.R.S. Architect, p. I92. 

74. Antient Mortar, from Apothecaries Hall, London, p. 199. 

75. Front of the Sessions House in the Old Bailey, p. 201. 

76. S^ Giles's, Cripplegate, and London Wall. Malcolm del. 

& sc. p. 211. 



896 LONDON AND WESTMINSTER (Viezcs). 

77. The (Old) NavvOffice in Broad Street. B. Colesc. p. 237. 

78. The Tower of London, p. 240. 

79. Ancient View of the White Tower, p. 241. 

80. Modern View of the White Tower, p. 241. 

8 1 . Portrait of Lady Jane Grey, with her Autograph. Copied 

from Vertue by J Basire. p. 245. 

82. The South East Prospect of the Chapel Royal of S* Peter 

in the Tower, p. 219. 

83. Ground Plot of S' Catharine's Hospital, 1781. p. 263. 
84-5. Two Views of S' Catharine's Hospital. F. Perry sc. 

1764. p. 263. 

86. North East View of the Collegiate Church of S' Katha- 

rine. B. T. Pouncy del. & sc. p. 264. 

87. The Gothic Altar Piece in the Collegiate Church of 8' Ka- 

tharine ; with the Moniunents of the Duke of Exeter 
and the Hon^'''^ G. Mountague. B. T. Pouucy del. & sc. 
p. 26-}. 

88. Portrait of John Nichols, F.S.A. Printer. J. Jackson del. 

Cha' Heath sc. p. 124 or 264. 

89. London Bridge, p. 284. 

90. Portrait of Sir William Temple. J. Collyersc. p. 285. 

91. Plan of London after the Great Fire in 1666. p. 287. 

92. Sir John Evelyn's Plan for rebuilding London. B. Cole so. 

p. 287 

93. The Monument, p. 287- 

94. Fishmongers Hall, 1 660, from the Antwerp View. p. 290. 

95. View of Cold Harbour, 1 660. p. 291. 

96. The Three Cranes Wharf, I66O, from the Antwerp View. 

p. '29.1. 

97. College of Physicians in Warwick Lane. p. 309. 

98. Portrait of William Bowyer, Printer. J. Basire del. & sc. 

p. 313. 

99. Portrait of William Bowyer, sen. Printer. J. Basire del. & 

sc. p. 313. 

100. S' Paul's School, p. 320. 

101. Dr. Donne's Statue, and S* Paul's Crypt. Malcolm deh 

& sc. p. 322. 

102. The College of Arms, or Heralds Office, p. 338. 

103. Effigy of Sir Tho' Bullen, Earl of Wiltshire and Ormond, 

from his Tomb. p. 347. 

104. Entry of Mary de Medicis into Cheapside. Folded. J. Ba- 

sire sc. p. 351 . 

105. S' Stephen's Church, Walbrook. p. 368. 

106. The Mansion House. B. Cole sc. p. 368. 



LONDON AND WESTMINSTEPx {JlcZCs). S97 

107. East India House, as it was when Mr. Pennant wrote. 

p. 373. 

108. Portrait of Dr. Richard Fox, Bishop of Durham and Win- 

chester, p. 379. 

109. Portrait and Auto2:raph of Sir John Hawkwood. p. 381. 

110. Portrait of Dr. John WaUis. G. B. Cipriani del. Basire 

sc. 179 1, p. 38". 

111. Church of the Augu'>tine Friars, p. 386. 

112. The Okl Excise Office, p. 390. 

113. Interior of Croshy Hall. Malcolm deh & sc. p. 391. 

1 14. Portrait of King Richard IIP''- Hicks sc. p. iGo or 39I. 

115. Leather Sellers Hall (Exterior). Malcolm del. & sc. 

p. 39;?. 

116. Interior of Leather Sellers Hall. Malcolm del. & sc. 

p. 392.^ 

117. S^ Helen's Church and Leather Sellers Hall. Malcolm del, 

&; sc. p. 393. 

118. Inside of S' Helen's Church, p. 393. 

119-120. Two Plans of Denmark House. Longmate sc. 
p. 400. 

ADDITIONAL PLATES, 
(Not in the printed List.) 
1-2. Ruins of the Bp. of Winchester's Palace, Southwark, and 
Plan of the Hall, &;c. p. 40. 

3. Stationers Hall. Longmate del. & sc. 

4. Interior of S^ Bartholomew's Church, Smithfield. Malcolm 

del. & sc. 

5. Portrait of Magliabechi. p. 384. 

6. Remains of the Old Dormitory and Crypt near Dean's 

Yard, Westminster. W. Courtenay fee. 1760. J. Ba- 
sire sc. 

XIV. 
LONDINA ILLUSTRATA : or a Collection of 
Plates, consisting of Engravings from original Paint- 
ings and Drawings, and Fac-siniile Copies of scarce 
Prints, displaying the State of the Metropolis from 
the Reign of Elizabeth to the Revolntion, and adapted 
to illnstrate the admired Topographical Works of 
Strype, Stowe, Pennant, &c. vvith Descriptions ori- 
ginal and compiled. 

London: Printed for Robert Wilkinson, 38, Cornhill. Elephant 

quarto. 



8P8 LONDON AND WESTMINSTER {VieWs). 

No. I. 1808. 

The Royal Exchange, as it appeared when first erected by Sir 
Thomas Gresham. From a scarce Print. B. Hovvlett aq. fort. 

Veue et Perspective dii Palais du Roy d'Angleterre a Londres 
qui s'apelle Whitehall. A Fac-simile Copy from an Etching by 
Sylvester. (Plate I.) 

The Palace of Whitehall, as it appeared about the Reign of 
James the Second, From an oiigiiial Drawing in the posses- 
sion of Thomas Griffiths, Esq. (Plate II.) 

S' Saviour's Church, Southwark. A Fac-simile Copy from a 
Print by W. Hollar^ in Dugdale's Monasticon. 

No. II. 1808. 

Three Views of the Monastery of S^ John of Jerusalem, Lon- 
don. A Fac-simile Copy from tiie Print by W. Hollar, in 
Dugdale's Monasticon. Folded. 

Suffolk House, Charing Cross. From a Drawing by Hollar, in 
the Pepysian Library at Cambridge. 

York House. From a Drawing by Hollar, in the Pepysian Li- 
brary at Cambridge. 

Durham, Salisbury, and Worcester Houses. From a Drawing 
by Hollar in the Pepysian Library at Cambridge. 

No. III. I8O9. 

Cheapside Cross (as it appeared in the Year 1547), with part of 
the Procession of Edward VI. to his Coronation at Westmin- 
ster. From a Painting at the time lately at Cowdry in 
Sussex. 

Cheapside Cross, alone (as it appeared on its Erection in I606). 
From an original Drawing in the Pepysian Collection. 

Paul's Cross, and Preaching there, with the Arms of the See of 
London impaling those of Bishop Kempe. From a Drawing 
in the Pepysian Collection. 

No. IV. I8O9. 

View of London and part of Southwark ; with References sub- 
joined. Copied from the Print in Howell's " Londinopolis." 

A North East View of Cheapside, with the Cross and Conduit, 
and part of the Procession of the Queen Mother Mary de 
Medicis to visit her Son and Daughter King Charles I. and 
Queen Henrietta Maria. From La Serre's " Entree Royalle 
de la Reyne Mere du Roy, 1638." 

A Plan of part of Cheapside ; intended to shew the precise 
Sites of the antient Cross and Conduit ; a Representation of 
the pulling down Cheapside Cross, May 2, l643j and the 



LONDON AND WESTMINSTER {VicWs). S99 

burning of the " Booke of Sportes," 10^^ of May, by the 
Hangman, in the Place where the Cross stood. 
The Palace of AVhitehall. From a Drawing by Hollar, in the 
Pepysian Library, Cambridge. 

No. V. 1809. 

Inside of the Red Bull Playhouse. From Kirkman's Drolls, 
publibhed 1672. 

The Duke's Theatre in Lincoln's Tnn Fields, as it appeared in 
the Reign of King Charles H. Copied from Elkannah Settle's 
Empress of Morocco. 

S' James's Palace, and part of the City of Westminster, taken 
from the North side of Pall Mall, as they appeared about the 
Year l60O. Copied from Hollar, and etched by Richard 
Sawyer. 

The original antient Steeple of S' Michael in Cornhill, London, 
as it appeared previous to its Destruction in 1421. From a 
Drawing made at the Time in a Vellum Record, in the pos- 
session of that Parish. 

No. VL 1809. 

Somerset House in its original State, with the various Buildings 
on the Banks of the River Thames as far as Westminster. 
From an antient Painting in Dulwich College. Folded. 

Inside of the Duke's Theatre in Lincoln's Inn Fields, as it ap- 
peared in the Reign of King Charles II. Rich'' Sawyer sc. 

The Swan Theatre on the Bank Side, as it appeared in 1 614. 
From the long View of London called the " Antwerp View." 
Wise sc. 

Curious Plan of Bankside. 

No. VII. 1810. 

The Bear Garden. From the '^Antwerp View of London." 

Another View of the same Building. From the " View of Lon- 
don by Hollar." 

The Globe Theatre, before it was burnt in the Year 1613. En- 
larged from an engraved View of London made about the 
Year 1612. 

Another View of the Globe Theatre. From Hollar's View of 
London. 

No. VIII. 1811. 

Pye Powder Court, Cloth Fair, West Smithfield. Whichelo del. 
S.W. View of Gerard's Hall j with a Plan of the groined Arches. 



yOO LONDON AND WESTMINSTER (VieWS). 

Remains of the Duke's Theatre, Little Lincohi's Inn Fields, as 
they appeared soon after the Fire, Sept. 17, 1809, with Plans 
of the same, and the Arms of Sir Wilham D'Avcnant. 

The Strand, preparatory to its Improvement in the Year 1810. 
Whichelo del. 

No. IX. 1811. 

St Paul's Cross, as it appeared the 26"^ of March 1620, when 
it was visited by King James F'' his Queen, and a large At- 
tendance, to hear a Sermon by Dr. John King, Bishop of 
London. Engraved by J. Stow from an original Picture in 
the possession of the Society of Antiquaries. Folded. 

A South View of the Falcon Tavern on the Bank Side, South- 
wark, as it appeared in 1805. F. Nash del. W. Wise sc. 

An antient Structure, denominated in various Records King 
John's Palace, lately situated near the New River Company's 
Reservoir, Tottenham Court ; with part of the Adam and Eve 
Coffee Roomsj Hampstead Road. J. Carter del. W.Wise sc. 

No.X. 1811. 

The Great Fire of London, 1666. Engraved by J. Stow from 
an original Picture in the possession of Mr. Lawrence, Thames 
Street, Loudon. Folded. 

The Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, built by Henry Holland, R.A. 
as it appeared from the North East, antecedent to its De- 
struction by Fire on the Night of the 24"' of February 1809; 
with a Plan. W. Capon del. W.Wise sc. 

Drury Lane Theatre, taken fiom Westminster Bridge during the 
Conflagration on the Night of 24"> Feb. 1809; vvith the Ruins 
of the Theatre from Bridges Street after the Fire. Whichelo 
del. Wise sc. 

No. XI. 1811. 

South View of the Theatre Royal in Portugal Street, Lincoln's 
Inn Fields, now the Saloj)ian China Warehouse. Shepherd 
del. Wise sc. 

Rich's Glory, or his Triumphal Entry into Covent Garden. 

The Fortune Play House, Golden Lane ; with a Plan of the 
adjoining Buildings. Shepherd del. 1811. Wise sc. 

Gateway of S*^ Mary's Priory, Southwark; with a Plan of the 
Chuich of S' Saviour, Site of Winchester House, &;c. Whi- 
chelo del. Wise sc. 

No. XII. 1812. 
The Globe Theatre, Bankside, Southwark. From a Drawing 



LONDON AND WESTMINSTER (T^ews). 901 

in the celebrated illustrated Copy of Pennant's London, be- 
queatl:ct: l-v the late John Charles Crovvle, Esq. to the British 
Musrfiim. Stow sc. 

South View of the Palace of the Bishops of Winchester, near 
S'' Saviour's, Southwark. VVhichelo del. 

A View of the South Front of the North side of the Marshalsea 
Prison, near Blacknian Street, Southwark ; with a Plan of 
part of the Borough of Southwark, including the Site of the 
Mar.slialsca Prison. 

View of the Front of Sir Paul Pindar's House on the West side 
of Bishnpsgate Street Without, with part of the First Floor 
Cieling, and his Signature. Shepherd del. Sawyer sc. 

No.XIII. 1813. 
North East View of S' Saviour's Church, Consistory Court, and 

Chapel of S^ John, taken from Montague Close, Southwark ; 

with the Arms of, and Relics in, S* Saviour's Church. G. J. 

M. Whichelo del. Jos. Skelton sc. 
View of the late Rev'' Charles Skelton's Meeting House adjacent 

to the Site of the Globe Theatre, Maid Lane, Southwark. — 

A Mill erected, some years since, on the Basement of the 

Meeting House. — Plan of Maid Lane, 8cc. G. Shepherd del. 

Stow sc. 
The Chapel of the Hospital for Lepers in Kent Street, called Le 

Lock; with the Inscription over the Door. 
N.W.Viewof the Chapel and part of the great Staircase leading 

to the Hall of Bridewell Hospital, London; with a N.E.View 

ofthe Court Room. G.J. M.Whichelodel. 1803. B.Howlettsc. 

No. XIV. 1813. 

Representation of the Ceremony of presenting the Sheriffs of 
London, Samuel Birch and William Heygate, Esq"^^- in the 
Court of Exchequer, on Michaelmas Day 1811, with their 
Arms. Folded. G. J. M. Whichelo del. Stow sc. 

Remains of the Manor House, denominated the Lordship of 
Toten-Hall, now vulgarly called Tottenham Court, and occu- 
pied by the Adam and Eve Tea House and Gardens, with a 
Plan of the Vicinity. Shepherd del. Wise sc. 

Montague House (now the British Museum, built about 1 6S0) 
in its original State; taken from the Garden, with a Vignette 
of the New Building at the Museum, erected 1804. 

No. XV. 1813. 
A View of the antient Manor House of Fawkeshall, or Vaiixhall, 
Surrey; with a Plan of the Site and its Environs. 

PART II. 5 Z 



90^2 LONDON AND WESTMINSTER {Vkivs). 

South View of London Street, Dock Head, in the Water side 
Division of the Parish of S^ Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, 
Surrey, with the adjacent Plan. Schnebbelie del. Wise so. 

E.N.E. View of Covent Garden Theatre from Bow Street ; also 
a Plan of the Theatres of Covent Garden and Drury Lane, 
with the adjacent Streets. G. J. M. Whicheio del. Wise sc. 

S. 10. View of the Theatre in Ayliff Street, Goodman's Fields, and 
its Environs. From a Drawing in the British Museum. 
Wise sc. 

No, XVI. 1814. 

West View of the Choir of S' Saviour's, Southwark, Surrev. 
C. .1. M. Whicheio del. 

A South View of Queen Elizabeth's Free Grammar School in 
Tooley Street, in the Parish of S*^ Olave, Southwark ; with a 
Plan of the adjacent Neighbourhood. Schnebbelie del. Wisesc. 

Internal View of the Old Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, as it ap- 
peared in ] 792, with a North V/est View of the New Build- 
ing, from Great Russell Street. Capon & Whicheio del- 
Howlett sc. 

E.S.E. View of John Bunyan's Meeting House, in Zoar Street, 
Gravel Lane, Southwark, with the adjacent Plan. 

Nos. XVII, XVI n. 1814. 

West Cheap, as it appeared in the Year 1583. From a Draw- 
ing at that Period by R. Treswell. Folded. Howlett sc. 

Charing Cross, erected bv Pietro Cavalini in Memory of t^ueen 
Eleanor of Castile. From a Drawing in the Crowle Collec- 
tion in the British Museum. Wise sc. 

Antient North East View of Cornhill. 

Antient North East View of Bishopsgate Street. 

Claren;!nn House, called also Albemarle House. Wise sc. 

South West View of Sadler's Wells. From a Drawing by R. C. 
Andrews, 1792; with a View of the Theatre in its former 
state. Wis3 sc. 

North East View of the Surrey Theatre, formerly the Royal Cir- 
cus, near the Obelisk, Great Surrey Street, with Plan. Shep- 
herd del. Wise sc. 

A Plan of London House. 

Nos. XIX, XX. 1813. 

An interior View of the Porch of the Parish Church of S*^ Al- 
phage, London Wall, formerly the Chapel of the Priory of 
Elsyngc Spital. 



LONDON AND WESTMINSTER {VieWS). 903 

Specimens of antient Architecture exhibited in the Porch and 
Belfry of S' Alphage, London Wall; with a Plan of Sion 
College and the Vicinity. 

North West View of the Interior of S* Alphage Church, Lon- 
don Wall. Schnebbelie del. Wise sc. 

The North Front of Sion College, London Wall, as it appeared 
in the Year ISOO, before it was rebuilt. W.Wise sc. 

North View of Queen Elizabeth's Free Grammar School, S* Sa- 
viour's, Southwark ; with a South View of the same Struc- 
ture, and Impressions of the Silver Medal presented by the 
Corporation of Governors to the best deserving Boy. Schneb- 
belie del. Howlett sc. 

North West View of the Hall of Winchester Palace, Southwark, 
as it appeared after the Fire which happened the 25"''^ of Aug* 
1814. B. Howlett sc. 

Remains of the antient Church of S' Michael, now subterra- 
neous, situated at the junction of Leadenhall Street, Aldgate 
High Street, and Fenchurch Street; with Plan of the groined 
Arches. Shepherd del. Wise sc. 

South View of the Custom House, London, in the Reign of 
Queen Elizabeth, burnt in the Great Fire of London, 1666. 
— South View of the Ruins of the Custom House, built by 
Mr. Thomas Riplev after the former Structure in 1668 was 
destroyed by Fire in 1718, and also demolished by Fire 14'^^ 
Feb. 1314. Fellows del. W. Wise sc. 

Nos. XXI, XXII. 1815. 

Autograph of Anna Boullen during her Imprisonment in the 

Tower. Copied from the original in the Regalia Office. 

Schnebbelie del. Wise sc. 
South West View of an antient Structure in Ship Yard, Temple 

Bar, supposed to have been the Residence of Elias Ashmole, 

Esq. the cclel^rated Antiquary. Schnebbelie del. 
View of the Collegiate Chapel of S^ Mary Magdalen and All 

Saints, Guildhall, London. Schnebbelie del. Wise sc. 
West View of the Lock Hospital and its Chapel, Kin^sland; 

with the Interior of the Chapel. Schnebl)elie del. ^^'ise sc. 
Interior of the Pantheon Theatre, and the Proscenium. G. Jones 

del. Wise sc. 
Interior of the Little Theatre, Haymarket, with the Front of 

the same Building. Geo. Jones del. J. Stow sc. 
Arena of the Royalty Theatre, Well Street, Wellclose Scpiarc, 

built by John Palmer, Esq. formerly of the Theatre Royal, 



904 LONDON AND WESTMINSTER (Views). 

Drury Lane; with the Proscenium. C. Westmacott del. 

B. Houlett so. 
Arena of Astley's Amphitheatre, Surrey Road ; with the Front of 

the same. Geo. Jones del. Wise sc. 

N. B. Of this work, which is still continued, there are copies 
on Atlas Quarto paper, and Thirty sets only were worked on 
Colomhier without letter-press. 

XV. 
Ecclesiastical Architecture of London ; being 
a complete Series of Views of the Churches in the 
JMetropolis, from original Drawings by eminent Art- 
ists, for the more fully illustrating the Topographical 
Accounts of London by Stow, Strypp, Maitland, 
Seymour, Pennant, Lysons, jMalcolm, Hunter, &c. ; 
and subjoined to each Plate is a concise Account of 
the Building, from its Foundation to the present Time. 

London : Printed for John Booth, Duke Street, Portland Place. 
Royal quarto. 

PLATES. 
PART I. (Nos. 1, 2, 3.) 1811. 

1 . Allhallows Staining. Etched by W. Preston from a Draw- 

ing by W. Pearson, 1810. 

2. Allhallows Barking. Drawn and etched by W. Pearson. 

3. Allhallows London Wall. Etched by Wise from a Drawing 

by W.Pearson. 

4. S' Alban's, Wcod Street. Etched by White from a Draw- 

ing by Pearson. 

5. St Ann's, Westminster. Etched by Preston from a Draw- 

ing by Pearson. 

6. S* Bartholomew the Great. Etched by Preston from a 

Drawing by Pearson. 

7. S' Austin {i.e. Aiigustin), Watling Street. Etched by Pres- 

ton from a Drawing by Pearson. 

8. St Paul's, Covent Garden. Etched by Preston from a Draw- 

ing by Pearson. 

9. Si Antholin's, Watling Street. Etched by Preston from a 

Drawing bv Pearson. 
10. S' Andrew's Wardrobe. Etched by J.W. White from a 
Drawing by Pearson. 



LONDON AND WESTMINSTER (Fiews). 905 

U. S' Olave, Hart Street. Etched by Preston from a Drawing 
by W. Pearson, 

12. Christ Church, Surrey. Etched by Preston from a Drawing 

by V/. Pearson. 

13. S* Bennet {i.e. S* Benedict), Paul's Wharf. Etched by 

J.W. White from a Drawiiig by W. Pearson. 

14. S"- Giles's, Cripplegate. Etched by Preston and Pearson 

from a Drawing by W. Pearson. 

15. S' Katherine's, Tower. Etched by Preston from a Drawi«g 

by W. Pearson. 

16. Si Martin's in the Fields (from the Mews). Etched by 

Preston from a Drawing by W, Pearson. 

17. S' Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey. Drawn and etched by 

W. Pearson. 

1 8. S' Botolph, Aldgate. Etched by W. Preston from a Draw- 

ing by Pearson. 

19. S' Margaret's, Westminster. Etched by W. Preston from a 

Drawing by W. Pearson. 

20. S' Helen's, Bishopsgate. Etched by White from a Draw, 

ing by W. Pearson. 

21. S* Michael's, Cornhill. Drawn bv G. Shepherd, and etched 

by W. Wise. 

22. S^ Peter's, Cornhill. Drawn by G. Shepherd, and etched 

by W. Wise. 

23. S* Bartholomew- Church, Royal Exchange. Dravvn by 

G. Shepherd, and etched by S. Lacy. 

24. S^ Bennet Fink. Drawn by G. Shepherd, and etched by 

J. Wedgwood. 

25. S* Martin's Outwich. Drawn by G. Shepherd, and etched 

by J. Skelton. 

26. Si Peter's the Poor. Drawn by R. B. Schnebbelie, and 

etched by S. Lacy. 

27. S* Mary Aldermary united with S^ Thomas Apostle. Drawn 

by G. Shepherd, and etched by W.Wise. 

28. S* Mary Le Bow, Cheapside, united witii the Parishes of S* 

Pancras, Sopers Lane, and All Hallows, Honey Lane. 
Drawn by G. Shepherd, and etclied by W.Wise.' 

29. S*^ Lawrence Jewry united with the Parish Church of S* 

Mary Magdalen, Milk Street. Drav\ii by R. B. Schneb- 
belie, and etched by J. Wedgwood. 

30. St Mildred's, Poultry," united with S* Mary Colechurch. 

G. Shepherd del. Etched by .L Skelton. 

PART [L (N0S.4, 5, 6.) 1811-1814. 

31. The Temple Church. G. Shepherd del. Etched by W.Wise. 



,906' LONDON AND WESTMINSTER {VieWS). 

32. The Temple Church, Southern View, with the Master's 

House. G. Shepherd del. Etched by J. Skelton. 

33. Interior of the Temple Church, No. I. Drawn by J. Co- 

ney, and etched by S. Lacy. 

34. Interior of the Temple Church, No. II. Drawn by G. Shep» 

herd. Etched by J. Skelton; with Eight pages of Let- 
ter-press, being " Facts and Observations relating to the 
Temple Church, and the Moinunents contained in it, 
February 1811. By Joseph Jekyll, Esq. M.P. F.R.S. 
F.A.S. one of the Masters of the Bench of the Inner 
Temple." 

35. S' Mary Magdalen united with S* Gregory. Drawn by 

G. Shepherd. Etched by J. Skelton. 
3f). S^ Dunstan's in the East. G. Shepherd del. Etched by 
S. Lacv. 

37. All Hallows the Great united with All Hallows the Less. 

Drawn by J. Coney. Etched by J. Skelton. 

38. '^^ Michael's, Crooked Lane. Drawn by J. Coney. Etched 

bv J. Skelton. 

39. S' Clement's, East Cheap, united with S' Martin Orgars. 

Drawn by J. Coney. Etched by J. Skelton. 

40. S^ Mary Abchurch united with S' Lawrence Pountney. 

Drawn bv J. Coney. Etched by J. Skelton. 

4 1 . Exterior of S' Stephen, Walbrook, united with S' Bennet 

Sherehog. Drawn by J. Coney. Etched by J. Skelton. 
4 2. (Interior ot) S^ Stephen, Walbrook. Drawn by J. Coney. 
Etched by J. Skelton. 

43. S* Swithin luiited \\ith St Mary Bothaw. Drawn by .1. Co- 

ney. Etched by J. Skelton. 

44. S' Andrew Undershaft. Drawn by .T. Coney. Etched by 

J. Skelton. 

45. S* James, Duke's Place. Drawn by J. Coney. Etched by 

J. Skelton. 

46. S'^ Katherine, Coleman Street. Drawn by J. Coney. Etched 

by J. Skelton. 

47. S^ Catharine Cree Church. Drawn and etched by J. Skelton. 

48. S' Botolph, Bishopsgate. Drawn by J. Coney. Etched by 

J. Skelton. 

49. S"^ Ethelburga (Bishopsgate S*). Drawn by J. Coney. 

Etched by J. Skelton. 

50. S' Michael Bassishaw (or Basings Hall). Drawn by J. Co- 

ney. Etched by J. Skelton. 

51. All Hallows, Lombard Street. Drawn by G. Shepherd. 

Etched bv J. Skelton, 



LONDON AND WESTMINSTER {Views). gOJ 

52. S' Bennet's, Gracechurch, united with S' Leonard's, East 

Cheap. Drawn by G. Shepherd. Etched by W.Wise. 

33, S' Dionis Backchurch, Fenchiuch Street. Drawn bv G. 

Shepherd. Etched bv W Wise. 

34. S' Edmund the King united with S' Nicholas Aeons. Drav/n 

by G. Sheplierd. Etched by W. Wise. 

53. S' Mary Woolnoth united with S^ Mary Woolchurch. Drawn 

by G. Shepherd. Etched by W.Wise. 
36. S'' James, Garhck Hithe. Drawn by J. Coney. Etched bv 

J. Skelton. 
57. S' Michael, Paternoster Royal, united with S"^ Martin's Vin- 

try. Drawn bv W. Coney. Etched by J. Skelton. 
38. S^ Giles, G. Shepherd del. W.VVise sc. 

59. S' James, Westminster. Drawn by J. Coney. Etched by 

J. Skelton. 

60. S* George's, Hanover Square, Westminster. Drawn by 

J. Coney. Etched by J. Skelton. 

PART III. (Nos. 7, 8, 9.) 1814. 

61. S* Saviour's, anciently St^ Mary Overie's, Southwark. Drawn 

by J. Coney. Etched by J.' Skelton. 

62. S'' Saviour's, Interior. Drawn by J. Coney. Etched by 

J. Lacy. 

63. S' Olave's, Southwark. Drawn by G. Shepherd. Etched by 

S. Jenkins. 

64. S' Thomas's, Southwark. Drawn by G. Shepherd. Etched 

by W.Wise. 

65. S' George's, Southwark. Drawn by G. Shepherd. Etched 

by J. Skelton. 

66. S' John's, Horslydown. Drawn by G. Shepherd. Etched 

by W.Wise. 

67. S' Mary at Hill united with S' Andrew Hubbard. Drawn 

by J. Coney. Etched by J. Skelton. 

68. S^ Margaret Patten's united with St Gabriel, Fenchurch- 

Street. Drawn by J. Coney. Etched by J. Skelton. 

69. S* George's Bottolph united with S^ Bottolph Billingsgate. 

Drawn by J. Coney. Etched by J. Skelton. 

70. S' Magnus united with S^ Margaret'.s. Drawn by G. Shep- 

herd. Etched by W.Wise. 

71. S* Mary Aldermanbury. Drawn by G. Shepherd. Etched 

by J. Skelton. 

72. S'Alphage (Aldermanbury). Drawn by J. Coney. Etched 

by J. Skelton. 



908 LONDON AND WESTMINSTER (FietV.i). 

73. S' Michael, Wood Street, united with S' Mary Staining. 

Drawn hy J. Coney. Etched hy J. ibkelton. 

74. S' Michael, Queen-Hitlie, united with the Parish of Holy 

Trinitv Drawn hy W. Coney. Etched hy J. Skelton. 

75. S' Nicholas Cole Abhey united with S' Nicholas Olave. 

Draw 11 by W. Cor.ey. Etched bv J. Skelton. 

76. S^ Mary Souiersct united with S' Mary Mounthaw. Drawn 

by J. Coney. Etched by J. Skelton. 

77. S'- Mildred, Bread Street, united with S^ Margaret Moses. 

Drawn by. I. Coney. Etched by J. Skelton. 
73. All Hallows, Bread Street, united with S' John the Evan- 
gelist. Drawn by J. Coney. Etched by J. Skelton. 

79. S' Anne and Agnes united with S^ John ^achary. Drawn 

hy J. Coney. Etched by J. Skelton. 

80. S* Botolph, Aldersgate. Drawn by J. Coney. Etched by 

J. Skelton. 

81. Interior of S' Bartholomew the Great. Drawn by J. Coney. 

Etched by J. Skelton. 

82. S' Bartholomew the Less. Drawn by J. Coney. Etched by 

S. Jenkins. 

83. S' Sepulchre, Snow Hill.- Drawn by G. Shepherd. Etched 

by J. Skelton. 

84. S* Andrew, Holborn. Drawn by R. Johnston. Etched by 

S. Jenkins. 

85. S' Bride (Brigit). Drawn by G. Shepherd. Etched by 

W.Wise. 

86. S' Dunstan in the West. Drawn by G. Shepherd. Etched 

by W.Wisc. 

87. S* Vedast, Foster Lane, united with S* Michael Querne. 

Drawn by G. Shepherd. Etched by S. Rawle. 

88. S' Matthew,' Friday Street, united with S^ Peter's, West 

Cheap. Drawn by J. Coney. Etched by J. Skelton. 

89. Christ Church united with S' Leonard's, Foster Lane. 

Drawn by G. Shepherd. Etched by W.Wise. 

90. S' Martin Ludgate. Drawn by G. Shepherd. Etched by 

S. Jenkins. 

Subjects intended to form the Fourtli Part of the Ecclesiastical 
Architecture of London. June 1816. 

S' Paul's, Exterior.— S' Paul's, Interior.— S^ Olave, Old JcAvry. 
— S^ Margaret, Lothbury. — St Stephen's, Lothbury. — S* Ann's, 
Limehouse. — S^ George's in the East. — S' James, Clcrkcn- 
wcl!.— S- John's, CleVkcnwell.— Christ Church Spitalfields. 



LONDON AND WESTMINSTER {V'leWh). 90^ 

— S' Mary's, Whitechapel. — S' Leonard, Shorcditch. — West- 
minster Abbey, Exterior. — Westminster Abbey, Interior. — 
S' John's, Westminster. — S' George's, Bloonisbury. — S*^ Cle- 
ment Danes, since the opening. — S' Mary le Strand (New 
Church). — S' Mary, Lambetli. — S' Maryle'bone New Church, 
not yet built. — S' George's, Queen Square. — S^ Luke's, Old 
Street. — Trinity in the Minories. — S' John, Wapping. — S' 
Paul, Sha(!\vell. — S' Mary, Rotherhithe. — S* Dunstan's, Step- 
ney, Interior. — S* Matthew, Bethnal Green.— S' Peter ad Vin- 
cula, Interior. 

N. B. There are Large Paper copies on Royal Folio ; and a 
small number, proof impressions, on India paper. — A few co- 
pies, proofs, are printed upon an extra large size, on imperial 
paper, to accompany the largest paper copies of Pennant. 

XVI. 

Six Views in London, engraved by Edward Rooker 
from Designs by Paul and T. Sandby: published by 
John Boydell, Cheapside, 1777. Size of the Plates 
9,1 by 16J Inches. 

1 . S* James's Gate from Cleveland Row. 

2. The Bridge at Black Friars, as it was in July 1766. 

3. A View of the Horse Guards. 

4. Scotland Yard, with part of the Banqueting House. 
3. West Front of S^ Paul's, Covent Garden. 

6. Covent Garden Piazza. 
N. B, Reduced copies from these Prints (viz. 9^ Inches by 
7t) were also published by the same Engraver. 

XVII. 
Thirty-nine Views in London and its Environs, 
drawn and engraved by John and Thomas Boydell. 
Size I7i by lOf Inches. 

1. View of London, taken near York Buildings. 

2. View of London, taken off Lambeth Church. 

3. View of Westminster Bridge, 1733. 

4. View of London Bridge, taken near Si- Olave's Stairs, 1751. 

5. The Tower, taken upon the Thames, 1751. 

6. New Palace Yard, Westminster. 

7. Privy Gardens, Westminster. 

8. A View of the Parade in S^ James's Park. 
PART u. 6 a 



yiO LONDON AND WESTMINSTER {FicZVil). 

g. The Treasury and Canal in S' James's Park, 1733. 

10. The Inside of S' Martin's Church in the Fields. 

11. The Inside of S* Clement Danes. 

12. The Inside of the Temple Church. 

13. The Inside of S' Stephen, Walbrook. 

14. Blackwall, looking towards Greenwich. 

15. View near Limehouse Bridge, looking down the Thames. 

16. View near the Storehouse at Deptford, 1730. 

17. Side View of Greenwich Hospital, 1731. 

18. Front View of Greenwich Hospital, 1733. 

19. View at Woolwich, 1730. 

20. View of Purfleet, drawn on the Thames. 

21. Lord Duncannon's, Greenhithe in the distance. 

22. Northfleet, in the County of Kent. 

23. View of Gravesend, 1732. 

24. Erith, looking up the Thames, 1730. 

25. View up the Thames between Richmond and Isleworth. 

26. View of Mortlake, up the Thames. 

27. View near Twickenham. 

28. Governor Pitt's House near Twickenham. 

29. The Earl of Radnor's House near Twickenham. 

30. View on Twickenham Common. 

31. Sion House, looking towards Kew. 

32. Sunbury, looking up the River. 

33. View of Shepperton, 1752. 

34. View of Putney, taken from Fulham Bridge. 

35. View taken off Wandsworth Hill towards Fulham. 

36. Hammersmith, looking down the Thames. 

37. View of Chelsea Water Works, taken 1732. 

38. View taken near Battersea Church. 

39. View taken near Mr. Smith's House at Battersea. 

XVIII. 

Select Views of London and its Environs : con- 
taining a Collection of highly ' finished Engravings 
from original Paintings and Drawings, accompanied 
by copious Letter-press Descriptions of such Objects 
in the Metropolis and the surrounding Country as 
are most remarkable for Anticiuity, Architectural 
Grandeur, or Picturesque Beauty. In Two Volumes. 

London: Published by Vernor and Hood, Poultry; J. Storer 
and J. Greig, Chapel Street, Pcntonville. 1803. Quarto, 



LONDON AND WESTMINSTER (Views). 91 1 

VOL. I. 

Title-page as before, with a View of London from the River, as 

a Vignette. J. Greig del. & so. 
Letter-press Description of the Plates, not paged [a -4 b 2] 145 

leaves. 

PLATES, 

(Engraved by J. Storcr and J. Greig.) 

1 . S.E.View of the Abbey Church, S^ Alban's, Herts. G. Shep- 

herd del. 

2. Interior of the Abbey Church, S' Alban's. F. Nash del. 

3. St Michael's Church, S^ Alban's. G. Shepherd del. 

4. The Hall of Greenwich Hospital, Kent. F. Nash del. 

5. Windsor, from the Forest. W"" Turner, R.A. del. 

6. N.E.View of Waltham Abbey Church, Essex. 

7. Waltham Abbey, Essex. G. Arnald del. 

8. Interior of Waltham Abbey Church, Essex. F. Nash del. 

9. London, from Greenwich Park. G. Arnald del. 

10. S.E.View of Stepney Church, Middlesex. G. Shepherd del. 

11. Miscellaneous Antiquities belonging to Stepney Church. 

On the letter-press. 

12. Westminster Hall. F. Nash del. 

13. The Painted Chamber, Westminster. J. Whichelo del. 

14. West View of S^ Paul's Cathedral. F.Nash del. 

15. Chingford Church, Essex. G. Shepherd del. 

16. S.W. View of the Remains of Eltham Palace, Kent. J. Greig 

del. & sc. 

17- Interior of the Hall of Eltham Palace, Kent. Baynes del. 

18. John of Eltham's Tomb in Westminster Abbey. T. Which- 
elo del. On the letter-press. 

19- London from the Thames. The Rt. Hon. Lady Arden del. 

20. Crosby Hall. T. Whichelo del. 

21. Interior of Crosby Hal). F. Nash del. 

22. Gateway and Miscellaneous Remains. Whichelo del. On 

the letter-press. 

23. Christ's Hospital, from the Cloisters. J. Storer del. & sc. 

24. The Old Bridge at Stratford le Bow, Middlesex. J. Storer 

del. & sc. 

25. Si Andrew Undershaft. J. Whichelo del. 

26. Stow's Monument in S' Andrew Undershaft. J. Whichelo 

del. 

27. Lambeth Palace, from the Garden. J. Whichelo del. 



912 LO NDO N A ^' D W ESTM I N STEJEl ( Views) . 

28. Part of Lambeth Palace, from the Bishop's Walk. J. Whi- 

chelo del. 

29. The Lollard's Tower, Lambeth Palace. J. VVhichelo del. 

30. Interior of the Hall of Lambeth Palace. J. Whichelo del. 

31. Temple Bar, from Butcher Row. E. Daves del. 1796. 

32. Remains of Canonbury, Islington. J.Storerdel. & so. 

33. The Charter House, London. J. Storer del. & so. 

34. The Charter House, from the Square. J. Greig del. & so. 

35. Barking, Essex. S. Proutdel. 

36. The Abbey Gateway at Barking. J. Greig del. & so. 

37. Sadlers Wells. S. Proutdel. 

38. The Royal College of Physicians, London. J. Whichelo del. 

39. Westminster, from the Thames. J. Whichelo del. 

VOL. n. 

Title-page as before. 

Letter-press Description, [B-Nni'] 71 leaves. 

Subjects treated of in the First Volume, with a List of the Plates 

which illustrate them, 2 pages. 
Subjects treated of in the Second Volume, with a List of the 

Plates which illustrate them ; also Directions for placing the 

Plates, 2 pages. 
Directions for placing the Plates, 1 page. 

PLATES. 

1. St Saviour's Church, Southwark. F. Nash del. 

2. The Tomb of Bishop Andrews in the Church of S* Mary 

Overies, Southwark. 

3 . Interior of the Church of S' Bartholomew the Great. F. Nash 

del. 

4. Remains of S^ Bartholomew's Priory, West Smithfield. 

J. Greig del. & sc. 

5. Tomb of Prior Rayhere in S' Bartholomew's. F. Nash del. 

6. Eastern Cloister of S' Bartholomew's Priory. J. Greig del. 

&• sc. 

7. Eastern Side of the Cloister of S' Bartholomew's Priory. — 

Vaulted Passage, part of the Ruins of S'' Bartholomew's 
Priory. 

8. Chelsea Hospital. S. Prout del. 

9. The Admiralty and Horse Guards, Westminster. F. Nash 

del. 

10. Marks Hall, Essex. S. Prout del. 

1 1. Stoke Pogeib Church, Bucks. J. Powell del. 

12. Sion House, Middlesex. J. Powell del. 



LONDON AND WESTMINSTER {F/e:i'.i). .013 

13. Westminster Abbey (Interior, looking towards the Nortli 

Aisle). F. Nasi) del. 

14. Poets Corner, Westminster Abbey. Whichelo del. 

13. Entrance to the Chapel of S"^ Erasmus, Westminster; also 
the Abbots Tombs within the Chapel. 

16. The Chantry and Tomb of Henry 3"'' Westminster Abbev. 

17. Edward the Confessor's Shrine. Whichelo del. On the 

letter-press. 

18. Entrance to Henry VIP^"^ Chapel. Whichelo del. On the 

letter-press. 

19. The Jerusalem Chamber, and Entrance to the Cloisters from 

Deans Yard, Westminster. 

20. Entrance to the Chapter House, Westn^nster. On the let- 

ter-press. 

21. Burnhain Abbey, Bucks. J. Powell del. {Not in the printed 

List of Plates,) 

22. Ruins of Burnham Abbey, Bucks. J. Powell del. [Not in 

the printed List of Plates.) 

23. Eton College, Bucks. J. Powell del. 

24. The Chapel of Eton College. J. Powell del. On the letter- 

press. 

25. Highgate and Hampstead Churches. 

26. Hampstead, Middlesex. 

27. Kentish Town and Highgate, from the South. 

28. Bray, Berks. J. Powell del. 

29. Great Mariow, Bucks. J. Powell del. 

30. View from Richmond Hill, Surrv. J. Powell del. 

3 I . Remains of Winchester Palace, and a Window in tiie Hall 

of the same, Southwark. 
3 2. Royal Exchange, London. Elms del. 

N. B. There are Large Paper copies of this work ; and a 
very small number were published with proofs and etchings of 
the Plates. 

%* Mr. GouGH mentions the following Sets of Prints, which 
the Editor has not been able to examine : 

1 . The Churches and publick Buildings in London, engraved for 

Overton, in a Number of Compartments. 

2. Thirty Prospects of remarkable Places in and about Lon- 

don, by Robert Morden ; sold by Ph. Lea. 

3. Views of the most publick Buildings in London and West- 

minster, in Two Parts, each 55 prints. 

SOUTHWARK. See SURREY. 



yi4 ENVIRONS OF LONDON. 

I. 

The Environs of London ; being an Historical Ac- 
count of the Towns, Villages, and Hamlets within 
Twelve Miles of that Capital ; interspersed with Bio- 
graphical Anecdotes. By the Rev. Daniel Ly- 
soNS, A.M. F.A.S. Chaplain to the Right Hon. the 
Earl of Orford. In Four Volumes. 

London : Printed by A. Strahan, for T. Cadell, jun. and W. Da- 
vies, in the Strand, 1791, but bearing the Date of mdccxcvi, 
being the Year in which the Fourth Vohime was printed. 
Quarto. 

VOL. L County of Surrey. 

An engraved Title-page as above, with a Vignette View of Put- 
nev from the Bishop of London's Lawn at Fulham. 

An engraved Dedication to the Rt. Hon^'* Horace Earl of Or- 
ford, with the Arms of the Earl of Orford, and a distant View 
of Strawberry Hill. 

Advertisement, List of Plates, and Table of Contents, p. v-xii. 

Historical Part, beginning with " Addington," and ending with 
"Wimbledon," [b-3z2] 540 pages. 

Appendix, [3Z3-4D2] p. 541-372. 

Indexes of Arms, of Names, and General Index, p. 573-(j04, 

PLATES, 

(Etched by the Author, unless otherwise expressed.) 

1 . A Map of that part of the County of Surrey which lies 

within Twelve Miles of London. To face the Title-page, 
and p. 1 , second ed'Uion. 

2. Engraved Title-page, with a Vignette View of Putney. — A 

Vignette View of Greenwich is on the Title of the second 
edit. 

3. Engraved Dedication. Omitted in the seco?id edit. 

4. Tomb of William Millebourne in Barnes Church, p. 17. 

[Not in the second edit.'] 

5. Portrait of Sir Nicholas Carew, Kn*- S. Harding del. Sche- 

neker 9C. p,54. []^. 31 , second edit.] 

6. Beddington Church, p. 58. [\i. AO, second edit.] 

7. Tomb of Nicholas Carew, Esq. and his Wife in Beddington 

Church. S.L. (Lysons sc.) p. 58. Another Plate of this 
Monument, drawn by F. Nash, and engraved by ^. Lee, 



ENVIROXS OF LONDOX. 915 

is substituted for this at p. 40 of the second edit. See 
Supplement . 

8. Portraits on Glass in Camberwell Church. Coloured, p. 73. 

[Not in the second edit.'] 

9. Tomb of John Scott, Esq, and his Family (1332), in Cam- 

berwell Church, p. 77. [JSlot in the second edit.] 

10. (North View of) Dulwich College, p. 105. [p. 77, seco7id 

edit.] 

11. (View of) Dulwich College (from the Garden), p. 117. 

{_Not in the second edit.] 

12. Tomb of Nicholas Gaynesford and his Family in Carshalton 

Church. Coloured, p. 128. [p. <J3, second edit, not 
coloured, and the Inscriptiou re-engraved.] 

13. Tomb of Jane Lady Lumley in Cheam Church, p. 144. 

[Not in the second edit.] 

14. Nonsuch Palace, slightly copied from a Print by George 

Hoefnagle, dated 1382. p. 133. [Not in the second 
edition, a larger and more perfect copy having been sub- 
stituted. Folded, p. 111.] See Supplement. 

15. Croydon Church, p. 179. [p- 12y, second edit.] 

16. Tomb of Archbishop Sheldon in Croydon Church. T. Law- 

rence, R.A. del. C. Knight sc. p. 183. [p. 131, se- 
cond edit.] 

17. View of Kew Palace from Brentford. F. Nash del. J. Lee 

sc. [p. 130 of the second edit, and not in ihejirst.] 
See Supplement . 
IS. The Crypt under the Chapel in Lambeth Palace, p. 262. 
[Not in the second edit.] 

19. Lambeth Palace, from the Gateway, p. 268. [Not in the 

second edit.] 

20. Merton Church, p. 346. [Not in the second edit.] 

21. Portrait of Dr. John Dee. Harding del. Scheneker sc. 

p. 385. . [p. 280, second edit.] 

22. Bishop West's Chapel in Putney Church, p. 409. [p. 300, 

second edit.] 

23. Portrait of Christian Countess of Devonshire. S. Harding 

del. Scheneker sc. p. 432. [p. 317 , second edit.] 

24. A folded View of Richmond Palace. M.V*^' Gucht sc. 

p. 442. The same Plate as in Aubrey'-^ Hist, of Surrey. 

[Not in the second edit.] 
23. The Observatory in Richmond Gardens, p. 446. [Not in 

the second edit.] 
26. Wimbledon House, (from a scarce Engraving by Winstau- 



9\6 ENVIRONS OF LOXDON". 

Icy, dated 1678.) S. L. fee. 1 792. p. 524. [Re-en- 
graved bv J. Lee for p. 394, second edit.] 

27. The Garden Front of Wimbledon House, p. 527. \_Noi 

in the second edit.'] 

28. Figure on Glass in Wimbledon Church. Coloured, p. 529. 

[Engraved on a smaller scale, with a portion of the Win- 
dow, and coloured, for p. 398, second edit.] See S7ip- 
plemeJit. 

SEPARATE PEDIGREES. 

1. Pedigree of S' John of Battersea. Folded, p. 30. 

2. Pedigree of the Family of Carevv of Beddington. Folded. 

p. 53. 

VOL. 11. Middlesex. 

Engraved Title-page, dated mdccxcv, with a Vignette View of 

Harrow on the Hill. 
Advertisement, dated Putney, April 11, 1795. 
Contents, and List of the Plates, p. v-vi. 
Historical Part, beginning with " Acton," and concluding with 

'* Hayes," [b-<J g 3] 598 pages. 
Indexes of Arms, of N*ames, and General Index, [4g4-4n2] 

44 pages. 

PLATES. 

1. Map of the County of Middlesex. To front the Title-page 

of both Editions. 

2. Engraved Title-page as above. 

3. Portrait of William Aldridge, aged 112. p. 16. [p. 6, 

second edit.] 

4. View of Chelsea College, p. 153. [Not in the second 

edit.] 

5. The Phvsick Garden at Chelsea, p. 167. [p. 103, second 

edit.] 

G. A Plan of Hyde Park, as it was in 1725. From a Plan of 
the Parish of S* Geofge, Hanover Scpiare, in the Vestry 
Room of that Parisli. Ncele sc. [p. 1 17 of the second, 
and not in \.\\e first edit.] See Supplement. 

7. The Duke of Devonshire's House at Chiswick. p. I94. 
[p. 125, second edit.] 

b. Portrait of Sir John Maynard, Kn'' Serjeant at Law. p. 235. 
[p. 151, second edit.] 

y. Enfield Manor House. )i. 286. \Nnt in the second edit.] 
10. Fiiichlcy Church, p. 337- [iV<>/ ii» the second edit.] 
I i. Fulham Palace, p. 347. [i\^^ in the second edit.] 



ENVIRONS OF LONDON. 917 

1 2. Statue of John Vise* Mordaunt, from his Monument in Ful- 

ham Church. Rich'^ Smirke del. H. Moses, so. [p. 243 
of the second^ and not in Xhejirst editJ] See Supple- 
ment. 

13. Brandenburgh House, p. 403. [p. 262, second edit.] 

14. Whole-length Portrait of Sir Nicholas Crispe, from an ori- 

ginal Picture in the Collection of the Earl of Leicester. 
R. Cromek sc. p. 409. [p. 267, second edit.'] 

15. Baumesj formerly the Seat of Sir George Whitmore. p. 488. 

[p. 320, second edit.] 

16. Harrow Church, p. 570. [p. 376, second edit.] 

17. Font and West Door of Harrow Church, p. 570. [Not 

in the second edit.] 

18. Font and Brackets in Hayes Church, p. 592. [Not in the 

second edit.] 

VOL. ni. Middlesex. 

Engraved Title-page, dated mdccxcv, with a West View of 

Strawberry Hill as a Vignette. 
Contents, List of the Plates, and Errata, p. iii-vi. 
Historical Part continued^ '^Hendon to Wilsdon," [b-4k4] 624 

pages. 
Appendix, [4L-4N 2] p. 625-644. 
Indexes of Arms, of Names, and General Index, [4 n 3-4 x] 

p. 645-706. 

Error of paging : — page 683 is misprinted 671' 
PLATES. 

1 . Engraved Title-page with Vignette. 

2. Hounslow Chapel, p. 38. [Not in the second edit.] 

3. Portrait of Sir Richard Bulstrode, Kn', from an original 

Picture in the possession of Mrs. Bulstrode. S. Hard- 
ing del. & sc. p. 40. [p. 416 of vol. ii. part 1, second 
edit.] 

4. Sion House, p. 90. [Not in the seco77d edit.] 

5. South View of Holland House, p. 175. [p. 503 of vol. ii. 

part 2, second edit.] 

6. North View of Holland House, p. 176. [p. 504 of vol. ii. 

part 2, second edit.] 

7. Campden House (at Kensington, as it was in the Year 1 793). 

p. 178. [p. 506 of vol. ii. part 2, second edit, has an 
enlarged View of the same Building, etched by the Au- 
thor in 1811, with the above Inscription.] See Supple- 
ment.] 

PART II. 6 B 



915 ENVIRONS or LONDON. 

8. Norwood Church, p. 322. [Not in the second edit.] 

9. Paddington Church, p. 332. [Not in the second edit.'] 

10. Stepney Church, p. 428. [p. 683* of vol. ii. part 2, se- 

cond edit .] 

1 1 . Bas-relief from the Monument of George Steevens, Esq. in 

Poplar Chapel. Rich. Smirke del. H. Moses sc. [p. 700 
of vol. ii. part 2, of the second, and not in the Jirst edit,] 
See Supplement. 

12. The Gallery at Strawberry Hill. p. 570. [p. 780 of vol. ii. 

part 2, second edit.] 

13. Wilsdon Church, p. 618. [Not in the second edit.] 

VOL. IV. Counties of Herts, Essex, and Kent. 
Engraved Title-page, with a Vignette View of Greenwich, dated 

MDCCXCVI. 

Advertisement, Contents, and List of the Plates, ]). iii-vi. 

Historical Part, beginning with " Chipping Barnet," and end- 
ing with " Woolwich," [b-4d 4] 576 pages. 

General Appendix, and Further Additions to the Four Volumes, 
[4E-*4P] p. 577-*668. 

Indexes of Arms, of Names, and General Index, [4q3-4z2] 
p. 665-724. 

General Table of Errata, 2 pages. 

N. B. Pages iii-iv of the Advertisement are repeated ; — pages 
665-668 are also repeated with Asterisks. 

PLATES. 

1. A Map of those Parishes in the Counties of Kent and 

Essex, which lie within Twelve Miles of London. To 
face the Title, [p. 407 of vol. i. second edit.] 

2. Engraved Title-page, with the Vignette View of Greenwich. 

3. Fac-simile of Hodelred's Charter to Barking Abbey. Fold- 

ed, p. 59. [p. 605 of vol. i. second edit.] 

4. Seal of Barking Abbey, and an ancient Fibula found in the 

Ruins, p. 70. [p. 61 3 of vol. i. second edit.] 

5. Ground Plan of the Abbey Church of Barking, taken from 

the Ruins of the Foundation in 1724. p. 71. [p. 614 
of vol. i. second edit.] 

6. Chapel of the Holy Rood at Barking, p. 72. [p. 614 of 

vol. i. second edit.] 

7. Eastbury House, Barking, p. 78. [p. 618 of vol, i. second 

edit.] 

8. Marks House, Romford, p. I&7. [p. 689 of vol. i. second 

edit.] 



ENVIRONS OF LONDON". 91.9 

9. Portrait of John Warner, Bishop of Rochester, and Foundpr 
of Bromley College. Harding del. &sc. p. 320. [p. 427 
of vol. i. second edit.'] 

10. Charlton House, p. 327. [p. 432 of vol. i. second edil.] 

11. Remains of Eltham Palace. p. 399- [p.479 of vol. i. 

second edit.] 

12. Hall of Eltham Palace, p. 399. [p. 479 of vol. i. second 

edit.'] 

13. West Wickham Court, p. 532. [p. 5S3 of vol. i. second 

edit.] 

14. Folded Plan, shewing the Ordnance Ground and Parts adja- 

cent at Woolwich, March 1810. T. Yeakell del. J.War- 
ner sc. [p. 593 of vol. i. second edit, and not in the 
Jiist edit.] See Supplement. 

Supplement to the First Edition of the Historical 
Account of the Environs of London. By the 
Rev. Daniel Lysons, M.A. F.R.S. and L.S. Rec- 
tor of Rodmarton in Gloucestershire. 

London : Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, in the Strand. 

1811. 

Title-page. — Advertisement, Contents, List of Plates, and Er- 
rata, 12 pages. 

Historical Part, and Appendix^, [b-3m 3] 434 pages. 

Indexes, p. 435-493. 

PLATES. 

1. Grave-stone of Nicholas Carew, Esq. and his Wife in Bed- 

dington Church. F. Nash del. J. Lee so. To face p. 58 
of vol. i. * 

2. View of Nonsuch Palace. Folded, p. 153, vol. i. 

3. View of Kew Palace from Brentford. F.Nash del. J. Lee 

fee. p. 25 of the Supplement. 

4. Campden House at Kensington. S. Lysons del. & fee. 

p. 178 of vol. iii. p. 213 of the Supplement. 

5. Bas-relief from the Monument of George Steevens, Esq. in 

Poplar Chapel. Rich'' Smirke del. H. Moses sc. p. 294 
of the Supplement. 

C. Folded Plan, shewing the Ordnance Ground and Parts adja- 
cent at Woolwich, March 1810. T. Yeakell del. J.War- 
ner sc. p. 417 of the Supplement. 

7. Painted Glass in a Window of Wimbledon Church. Co- 
loured, Vol. i. p. 529. 



9'20 ENVIRONS OF LONDON. 

8. Plan of Hyde Park, as it was in 1725. Neele sc. Vol. ii. 

p. 184. 

9. Statue of John Viscount Mordaunt, from his Monument in 

Fulham Church. Rich'^Smirkedel. H. Moses sc. Vol. ii. 
p. 370. 

N.B. There are Large Paper copies of this work. 

II. 

The Environs of London ; being an Historical Ac- 
count of the Towns, Villages, and Hamlets within 
Twelve Miles of that Capital ; interspersed with Bio- 
graphical Anecdotes. The Second Edition. By 
the Rev. Daniel Lysons, A.M. F.Il.S. F.S.A. and 
L.S. Rector of Rodmarton in Gloucestershire. In 
Four Parts, dated mdcccxi. Quarto. 

VOL. L PART L 

County of Surrey. 

Engraved Title-page, with a Vignette View of Greenwich, dated 

MDCCCX. 

Printed Title-page. 

Advertisements to the First Edition in 1791 ; to the Second and 
Third Volumes of the former Edition in 1795 ; to the First 
Edition of the Fourth Volume in 1 796 ; and to this Edition*. 

Contents of the First Volume, and List of Plates, 4 pages. 

Historical Part, [b-3f3] 405 pages. 

N. B. The Description of the Plates is given in the preceding 

Article. 



* The alterations which have been made in this Second Edition are thus 
noticed in the Advertisement: 

" In the present edition the author has endeavoured to correct the er- 
rors of the former; to note the increase of population, the cliange ot pro- 
perty, and other alterations vvhicii have taken place ; to s;ive some account 
of the extension and improvement of the Royal Arsenal at Woolwich, and 
the great increase of the Artillery Estahlishnieiit at that place; the various 
important new institutions and establishments, such as tiie Hoyal Military 
and the Royal Naval Asylum, the East and West India Ducks, kc. &c. 
which have, within the last liftecn years, taken place in the neighbourhood 
of the metropolis; together with brief notices of such eminent persons as 
have been interred in the several parishes within the districts comprised in 
this work. Likewise a brief statement of the foundations of the principal 



ENVIRONS OF LONDON. 92 1 

VOL. I. PART II. 

Counties of Keint, Essex, and Herts. 

Title-page. 

Historical Part, beginning with a Half Title, " County of 

Kent," and Appendix, [3G-5H4] p. 409-792. 
Index of Names and Titles, General Index, and Errata, [>5 i- 

5G3] p. 793-834. 

N.B. Pages 785-792, signature 5h, are repeated. 

VOL. II. PART I. 

County of Middlesex. 

Engraved Title-page, dated mdcccx, with a West View of 

Strawberry Hill as a Vignette. 
Printed Title-page, dated mdcccxi. 

Contents of the Second Volume, and List of Plates, 4 pages. 
Historical Part, "Acton to Heston," [b-3h4] 420 pages. 

VOL. 11. PART II. 

Title-page as before. 

Historical Part continued, *' Hornsey to Wilsdon," [3 i-3 m 3] 

p. 421-818. 
Appendix, and Further Additions, [5m4-5q2] p. 819-847. 
Index of Names and Titles, General Index, and Errata, [5(i3- 

6b 3] p. 849-922. 

Errors of paging : — pages 661-664 are omitted ; — pages 635- 
688 [■^4t] are repeated with asterisks; — pages 837, 838 [5p l] 
are repeated. 

N. B. There are Large Paper copies of this Second Edition. 

dissenting congregations in the vicinity of London, with notices of the most 
eminent of their ministers. 

" Notwithstanding these large additions, in consequence of some omis- 
sions, and the work being printed in a type somewhat smaller, and in a 
more compact form, the whole is now comprised in two volumes, so ar- 
ranged, that each may be divided into two parts. The omissions iiere al- 
luded to consist of such parts of the work as were of less general interest; 
numerous dates and names from monuments and parish registers, descrip- 
tions of coats of arms, &c. These omissions have been made upon ttie 
supposition that the work, in its present form, will he more acceptable to 
the majority of the public, the author being satisfied, at tlie same time, 
that the purposes of utility, for which they were originally inserted, are 
answered by their being recorded, where reference may at any time be had 
to them, in the First Edition." 



9:22 ENVIRONS OF LONDON. 

III. 

An Historical Account of those Parishes in the 
County of Middlesex which are not described in 
the Environs of London. By tlie Rev. Daniel 
Lysons, M.A. F.R.S. and F.S.A. 

London : Printed for T. Cadell, jun. and W. Davies, in the 
Strand, mdccc. Quarto. 

An engraved Title-page as above, with a Representation of part 
of Hampton Court Palace from the Garden as a Vignette. 

Dedication to the Right Hon. Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. K.B. 

Advertisement, Errata, Contents, and List of the Plates, iii-ix. 

Descriptive Letter-press, " Ashford to Sunbury," [b-oo3] 286 
pages. 

Appendix, p. 287-290. 

hidcxes of Arms, of Names, and General Index, [pp2-ss2] 
p. 291-316. 

Additional Corrections, I page. 

PLATES, 
(Etched by the Author, miless otherwise expressed.) 

1 . Engraved Title-page. 

2. Monument of Sir Roger Aston in Cranford Church, p. 22. 

3. Font in Drayton Church, p. 37* 

4. Folded Plan of the principal Floor of Hampton Court Pa- 

lace, p. G6. 

5. West View of Hampton Court Palace. Folded, p. &Q. 

6. Entrance Court of Hampton Court Palace. Folded, p. 66. 

7. View of the Entrance Court from the second Gateway of 

Hampton Court Palace, p. 66. 

8. The Middle Court of Hampton Court Palace from the Co- 

lonnade. Folded, p. 66. 
g. The Hall of Hampton Court Palace, p. 67' 

10. Window in the Hall of Hampton Court Palace, p. 67. 

1 1 . Part of the ancient Presence Chamber of Hampton Court 

Palace, p. 68. 

12. View of Harefield Place, p. 107. 

13. Monument of Alice Countess of Derby, in Harefield Church. 

Drawn from the Monument, and engraved by W. P. 
Sherlock, p. 1 1 1. 

14. Monument of Mary Lady Newdigatc in Harefield Church. 

Drawn from the Monument, and engraved by W. P. 
Sherlock, p. 113. 



ENVIRONS OF LONDON. 923 

15. (South East View of) Harmondsvvorth Church, p. 142. 

16. The Treaty House at Uxbridge. p. 178. 

17. Swakeley House, p. 192. 

N. B. There are Large Paper copies of this publication, 
which is sold separately from the "Environs of London," 

The Ambulator : or, A Pocket Companion for the 
Tour of London and its Environs, within the Circuit 
of Twenty-five ]\liles ; descriptive of the Objects 
most remarkable for Grandeur, Elegance, Taste, 
local Beauty, and Antiquity. Illustrated by Anec- 
dotes historical and biographical ; and embellished 
with Fourteen elegant Engravings, and a correct 
Map. The Eleventh Edition, with considerable 
Additions and Improvements. 

" LoxDox — opulent, enlarged, and still 
Increasing London — Bab^'lon of old 
Not more the glory of the earth than she. 
A more accomplish'd World's chief t;lory now ! 
The villas with which London stands begirt, 
Like a swarthLidian with his belt of beads, 
Prove it 1' Cowper. 

London : Printed for Scatcherd and Letterman ; VVilkie and 
Robinson^ &:c. 1811. Duodecimo. 

Title-page, Preface to the Tenth Edition, Two Advertisements, 
and Directions for placing the Plates, 6 pages. 

Descriptive Part, alphabetically arranged, beginning with a con- 
cise Account of the Metropolis, [B-Dd5] 310 pages. 

Index of Names, and Errata, 6 pages. 

PLATES. 

1. A Coloured Map, Twentv-five Miles round London. Fold- 

ed. To fare the Title. 

2. S' Albau's Abbey, p. 29.-3. Eton College, from the 

Thames, p. 101. — 4. Gravesend and Tilbury Fort, 
p. 107. — 3. Greenwich Hospital, p. ill. — 6. Hampton 
Court, p. 129.— 7. Hatneld House, the Seat of the 
Marquis of Salisbury, p. 134. — 8. Holland House, Ken- 
sington, p. 140.-9. Knole, Kent, the Seat of the Duke 
of Dorset, p. I6l.— lo. Oatlands, the Seat of the Duke 



924 ENVIROXS OF LONDON. 

of York. p. 197.— 11. Richmond, p. 217.— 12. The 
Tower on Shooters Hill. p. 228. — 13. Strawberry Hill, 
p. 239. — 14. Wanstead House, p. 2/8. — 15. Windsor 
Castle, from the Long Walk. p. 292. 

V. 

FLORA LONDINENSIS: or Plates and Descrip- 
tions of such Plants as grow wild in the Environs 
of London ; with their Places of Growth and 
Times of Flowering ; their several Names, according 
to Linnasus and other Authors ; with a particular 
Description of each Plant in Latin and English. To 
which are added their several Uses in Medicine, 
Agriculture, Rural (Economy, and other Arts. By 
William Curtis. In Tmo Volumes, or Six 
Fasciculi. 

" with wise intent 

the hand of nature on peculiar minds 
imprints a difftrent bias, and to each 
decrees its province in the common toil. 

Some l>j/ the hand 
she leads o'er vales and moinitains to explore 
n'hat healing virtue sa'ells the tender veins 
of herbs and flowers : or what the beams of morn 
draw forth, distilling from the clij'tcd rind 
in bulmy tears." 

London : Printed for, and sold by the Author, at his Botanic 
Garden, Lambeth Marsh ; and by B. White and Son, Book- 
sellers, in Fleet Street, mdcclxxvii. Folio. 

Fasciculus L — Title-page as above, with an oval Vignette. 

The Preface. — Uses of the Indexes, with Directions for Bind- 
ing. — A Catalogue of those Plants which are intended to be 
puljlished in the next Fasciculus, and Three Indexes: ]. In 
which the Plants arc arranged according to the System of 
Linnaeus; 2 and 3. The Latin and English Names arranged 
alphabetically : with Seventy-two Coloured Plates, and Se- 
venty-three leaves of Letter-press Description. 

Fasciculus II. Containing Three Indexes, and Seventy-three 
Plates, and the same number of printed leaves. 

Fa*<cic\ilus III. — Indexes as before. — Seventy-two plates and 
lettci -press. 



ENVIRONS OF LONDON {Views). 925 

Fasciculus IV.— Title-page as in Volume I. dated 1798, the 

Vignette and Motto being omitted. 
Dedication to John Coakley Lettsom, M.D. 
Three Indexes as before, and Seventy-three Plates and Letter^ 

press Descriptions. 
Fasciculus V. — Indexes, and Seventy-two Plates and Letter-press. 
Fasciculus VI. — Three Indexes, and Seventy-two Plates with 

Descriptions. 

N. B. An enlarged Edition by George Graves, F.L.S. is at 
this time reprinting in Parts. 

*^* A Continuation of the Flora Londinensis, uniform with 
the preceding, is also in the press, to contain a History of the 
Plants indigenous to Great Britain. Illustrated by Figures of 
the natural size, and magnified Dissections of the Parts of Fruc- 
tification ; accompanied by scientific Descriptions in Latin and 
English, by William Jackson Hooker, F.R.A. and L.S. — A small 
number of copies of the enlarged Edition and of this Continua- 
tion will be printed on Imperial Drawing Paper, with the Plates 
coloured in a very superior manner. 

VI. 
Views. 

Fifty Views of Churches and other Buildings 

in the Environs of London. Drawn by Cha- 

telain, and engraved by J. Roberts. 

London : Printed for Rob' Sayer, Printseller, near Serjeants 
Inn, Fleet Street. — Size of the Plate 5\ Inches by 3-^. 

1. South East View of Chelsea Church. — 2. North East View 
of Chelsea Hospital. — 3. North View of Battersea. — 4. South 
West View of Battersea Church. — 5. East View of Wands- 
worth. — 6. South West View of Wandsworth Church.— 7. 
South View of Chiswick. — 8. View of Fulham Bridge and 
Putney. — 9. View of S* Paul's Chapel, Hammersmith. — 
10. View of Fulham Church from the Bridge. — 11. North 
East View of Chiswick Church. — 12. South View of Barnes. 
— 13. West View of Barnes Church. — 14. North View of Roe 
Hampton. — 13. East View of Mortlake. — 16. North View of 
Mortlake Church. — I 7. East View of Kew and Strand Green. 
— 18. South West View of Isleworth Church. — 19. View of 
Ealing. — 20. View of the Village of Oackington. — 21. North 
View of Kingsbury. — 22. South View of Wilsdon. — 23. South 

PART n. 6 c 



926 ENVIRONS OF LONDON {Vicws). 

West View of Wilsdon Church. — 24. South View of Ken- 
sington. — 23. North West View of Paddington Church. — 
26. View of Paddington Ciiurch from the Green. — 27. South 
East View of Kensington Church. — 28. View of S^ Mary le 
Bone Church. — 29. South East View of Pancras Church. — 

30. South West View of Pancras Church, and the Wells. — 

31. South East View of Hampstead Church. — 32. South 
View of the Spaniards, near Hampstead. — 33. South East 
View of Highgate Chapel. — 34. South West View of High- 
gate Chapel. — 35. North West View of Hornsey Church. — 
36. North View of Islington. — 37. View of S' Mary's Church, 
Islington. — 38. South East View of Cambray llouse. — 39. 
South West View of Newington Church. — 40. North West 
View of Newington. — 41. South East View of Tottenham 
Church. — 42. North West View of Tottenham Church. — 43. 
South East View of Camberwell Church. — 44. North West 
View of Hackney Church. — lb. South West View of Hom- 
merton Chapel. — 40. South East View of Brook House. — 
47. North East View of Newington Church. — 48. South West 
View of Newington Church. — 49. South East View of Hack- 
ney Church.— 50. North East View of Camberwell Church. 

VII. 
Ecclesiastical Topography ; a Collection of One 
Hundred Views of Churclies in the Environs of 
London, from Drawings expressly taken for this 
Work, accompanied with Descriptions from the best 
Sources, both MS. and printed. 

London : Published by (S. Woodburn, 1 1 2 S^ Martin's Lane, 
and) William Miller,' Albemarle Street, (1807)-I81 1. Quarto. 

An engraved Title-page as above, within an oval. 
Preface, 2 pages. 

Descriptive Letter-press to each Plate, not paged. 
List of the Plates contained in this Work, 2 pages. 

PLATES. 
Middlesex. — 1. Hackney. — 2. Norwood. — 3. Fulham. — 4. 
Hampstead. — 5. Stanmore. — 6. Edmondton. — 7. Isleworth. 
— 8. Pinner. — g. Kingsbury. — 10. Edgware. — 1 1. Hendon. — 
12. S' Pancras.— 13. Hadley. — 14. South Minims. — 15. Ick- 
enham. — 16. Rislip. — 17. Drayton. — 18. Twickenham. — 19- 
Harmondsworth. — 20. Wilsdon. — 21. Heston. — 22. Hilling- 



ENVIRONS OF LONDON {Views). 9^7 

don. — 23. Highgate. — 24. Hornsey. — 25. Kensington. — 26. 
Bedfont. — 27. Stoke Newington. — 28. Stauwell. — 29. Ridge. 
— 30. Chiswick. — 31. Acton. — 32. Ealing. — 33. Stepney. — 
34. Hammersmith. — 35. Islington. — 36. Stanmore Parva, or 
Whitchurch. — 37, Chelsea. — 38. Hampton. — 39. Sunbury. 
— 40. Northall.— 41. Shadwell. — 42. Brentford.— 43. Ux- 
bridge, — 44. Teddington. — 45. Hayes. — 46. Limehouse. — 
47. Tottenham. — 48. Harrow. — 49. Paddington.— 50. Han- 
well. — 51. Feltham. 

Surrey. — 52. Addington. — 53. Mortlake.— 54. Croydon. — 
55. Carshalton. — 56. Richmond. — 57. Kew. — 58. Battersea. 
— 59. Barnes. — 60. Beddington. — 61. Newington Butts, — 
62. Kingston. — 63. East Moulsey. — 64. Sutton. — 65. Mer- 
ton. — 66. Wimbledon. — 67. Clapham. — 68. Camberwell. — 
69. Thames Ditton. — 70. Wandsworth. — 71 • Bermondsey. — 
72. Maiden. — 73. Mitcham. — 74. Walton.— 75. Petersham. 
— 76. Putney. — 77. Rotherhithe. 

Kent, — 78. Beckenham. — 79. Plumstead. — 80. West Wick- 
ham. — Sl.Lewisham. — 82. Lee. — S3. Footscray. — 84. Wool- 
wich. — 85. Deptford. — 86. Chislehurst. 

Essex. — 87. East Ham. — 88. Leyton. — 89. Barking. — 90. Up- 
minster. — 9 1. Little Ilford. — 92. Greenford Magna. — 93. 
Romford. — 94. Stratford Le Bow. — 95. Walthamstow. — 96, 
Woodford. — 97. Loughton. — 98. Chingford. 

Herts. — 99. East Barnet. — 100. Totteridge. 

VIIL 
Seventy-three Views within Twelve Miles round 
London. Drawn and engraved by J^iMES Peller 
Malcolm. 

As almost all the Subjects are particularly noticed and de- 
scribed by Mr. Lysons in his Environs of London, it 
is hoped they will form a proper Appendage to that 
Work ; for which purpose an Index to the Prints is added 
from his Pages, both in the present and former Edition. 
To those who do not possess the Environs of London 
the Index will prove so much of a Description, as to 
make it a pleasing independent Work, tending to pre- 
serve the perishable Forms of many a Building whose 
Fate has been pronounced, and whose Remembrance 
shall only be had from this and similar Works. 
" Sic traiisit Gloria Mundi.'" 



928 ENVIRONS or LONDON {Vietos). 

London : Published by W. Richardson, York House, Strand ; 
and sold by W. Ford, Manchester. 1811. Quarto. 

Title-page as before. 

Index to Malcolm's Plates for Lysons's Environs of London, 
4 pages. 

PLATES. 

1. Beddington House, near Croydon. 

2. House of Richard Shaw, Esq. at Dulvvich. 

3. Camberwell Church. 

4. Dr. Lettsom's Park Cottage, Camberwell. 

5. Dr. Lettsom's Garden and Cottage, Camberwell. 

6. Carshalton Church. 

7. S* Duustan's Church, Cheam. 

8. Froniound's Tomb, 1342, in Cheam Church. 

9. Manor House, Clapham, (now a Ladies Boarding School.) 
10. All Saints Church, Kingston. 

] 1 . Brasses of Robert Skern ^nd his Wife, in Kingston Church. 

1 2. S' Mary Magdalen's Chapel (now a School Room) at King- 

ston. 

13. Bishop of Rochester's ancient Palace, Lambeth. 

14. Maiden Church and Manor House. 

15. Remains of Merton Abbey. 

16. Font and Painted Glass in Mitcham Church. 

17. Lord Palmerston's House at East Sheen. 

18. Lime Grove, Putney, the Birth-place of Gibbon. 

19. Richmond Church, 

20. Sutton Church. 

21. Window in Sutton Church, Date in Chislehurst Church, 

and Painted Glass in Teddington Church. 

22. Tomb of William Fitz-William, at Tooting, 1597. 

23. Sir Gregory Page Turner's House in Ruins, Blackheath. 

24. S' Luke's Church, Charlton. 

25. S^ Nicholas Church, Chislehurst. 

26. Trinity Hospital, Dcptford. 

27. King's Yard, Deptford. 

28. Bastile-House, Greenwich, built by Sir John Vanburgh. 

29. The Duke of Norfolk's Alms House, Greenwich, founded 

1613. 

30. Tomb of Elizabeth Couhyll, 1513, in Lee Church. 

31. St Mary Magdalen's Church, Woolwich. 

32. Mutilated Figures hi the Chapel of the Holy-rood at Bark- 

ing. 



ENVIRONS OF LONDON {V'lews). .92.9 

33. Brasses of John Tedcastle and Elizabeth his Wife, in S' 

Margaret's Church, Barking. 

34. Brass of a Priest, and Piscina, at Barking. 

35. Brasses of Sir George Monox and Lady, 1543, in his Cha- 

pel in the Church of the Virgin Mary, Walthamstow. 

36. Monox's Alms Houses and School, Walthamstow. 

37. General Skippon's House at Acton, l644. 

38. S' James's Church, Friarn Barnet. 

39. Remains of Aldgate, Bethnal Green. 

40. Boston House, Brentford. 

41. S' Leonard's Manor House, Bromley. 

42. Remains of Saxon Architecture — S' Mary's Church, Brom- 

ley S* Leonard's. 

43. Remains of the Convent at Bromley, Middlesex. 

44. Sir Hans Sloane's Monument, Chelsea, 1 753. 

45. Lindsey House, Chelsea. 
4Q. Old Mansion at Edmondton. 

47. Wyer Hall, Edmondton, rebuilt Ifill. 

48. Alderman Curtis's Villa at Southgate. 

49. Lincoln House, Enfield, 1600, now a School. 

50. Fulham Palace, (Entrance to the Great Hall ) 

51. Chapel of Fulham Palace. 

52. The House at Fulham, in which Richardson wrote Clarissa. 

53. Barbour Berns, the House of Col. Okey, one of the Regi- 

cides, at Hacknev. 

54. Brooke House, Hackney. 

5b. The Church House, Hackney, 1520. 

5Q. The House of Fountain North, Esq. Hampstead. 

57. The Chicken House, Hampstead (the Hunting S€at of K. 

James 2"^^). 

58. Hanwell School. 

59. Headstone Manor House, Harrow, (erroneously inscribed 

Piiuier.) 

60. Brass of John Byrkhed, Rector of Harrow, 1480, in Har- 

row Church. 

61. Pinner Chapel. 

62. Hendon Church. 

63. Gumley House, Isleworth. 

64. The Reed Moat Field, Islington. 

G5. View of Islington, from the White Conduit House. 

66. Charity School, Kensington, built 1707. 

67. Poplar Chapel, erected 1654. 

68. East India Company's Alms Houses, Poplar. 



930 ENVIRONS OF LONDON (Vifws). 

69. Perry's Dock, Blackwall. 

70. Jewish Tombs, Whitechapel. . 

71. S' Mary's Church, Teddington. 

73. The Mansion of Sir Abraham Reynardson, Tottenham, 
1647. 

73. West Twyford Church and Manor House, (the only Build- 
ings, except Barns and Out-houses, in the Parish.) 

IX. 

Twenty-nine Views illustrative of the Rev. Daniel 
Lysons's " Environs of London." Drawn and en- 
graved by William Ellis. 

London : Printed by and for Nichols, Son, and Bentley, Red 
Lion Passage, Fleet Street. 1814. Quarto. 

Title-page as above. 

List of Plates ; with References where to place them in the first 

and second Editions of Lysons's Environs. 
Descriptive letter-press, [b-o4] 104 pages. 

PLATES. 

I . Beddington. — 2. Camberwell. — 3. Dulwich College. — 4. 
Carshalton. — 5. Clapham. — 6. Merton. — 7. Mitcham. — 8. 
Nevvington Butts. — 9. Sutton. — 10. Tooting. — 1 1. Edgware. 
— 12. Edmondton. — 13. Enfield. — 14. Lovell Place. — 15. 
Hackney. — 16. Harrow. — 1 7.Hornsey. — 1 8. Islington Church, 
taken down in 1751. — 19. Islington. — 20. Arms of the Mer- 
cers Company, at the Crown Public House, Islington, erro- 
neously inscribed on the Plate " Elizabeth, Heiress of the 
House of York, and Queen of Henry VII." — 21. Stoke New- 
ington. — 22. Stanmore. — 23. Whitchurch. — 24. Tottenham. 
— 25. Bruce Castle. — 26. Cheshunt.— 27- Waltharu Cross. — 
28. Waltham Holy Cross. — 29. Woodford. 



931 



MONMOUTHSHIRE. 
I. 

Memoirs of Monmouth-Shtre, anciently called 
Gwent, and by the Saxons G went! and. 

Shewing when this Country was subdued by the Romans, 
but never bv the Saxons or Danes, nor by the Normans 
till King Henry II. — That this was the first Place in 
Great Britain in which Christianity was planted. — That 
a College of 200 Philosophers was first of all founded at 
Caer-Leon, the Station of the Romans chief Legion in 
this Island, called Augusta Secuvda ; and that the first 
Academy in Britain was at Caer-Went, tlie FeiHn Silu- 
rum of the Ancients ; with an historical Account of the 
most important Affairs there transacted. — The several 
Rarities of Nature in this County, of its several Kings 
and Princes, and other eminent Men born and bred 
therein ; and that the Kings of Er;glaud and Scotland, 
since Henry VH., derive themselves from this Country. 
With an Appendix, of the Case of Wentwood, witii the 
severe Usage and Suffering of the Tenants in the late 
Reigns for defending their Rights. By N. Rogers. 

London : Printed by J. M. for D. Brown, at the Black Swan 
without Temple Bar. 17O8. Duodecimo. 

Title-page as above, with the Errata pasted on the reverse. 
Dedication and Introduction, p. 3-26. 

The Memoirs of Monmouthshire, and Appendix, [b 2-e 1 2] 
p. 27-120. 

II. 

The History of Monmouthshire; by David Wil- 
liams. Illustrated and ornamented by Views of its 
principal Landscapes, Ruins, and Residences, by 
John Gardnor, Vicar of Battersea. Engraved by 
Mr. Gardnor and Mr. Hill. 

Printed by H. Baldwin : and sold in London by Edwards, in Pall 



952 MONMOUTHSHIRE. 

Mall ; Egerton, at Charing Cross ; Williams, in the Strand ; 
White, in Fleet Street : and at Monmouth, by Tudor and by 
Heath, mdccxcvi. Quarto. 

Title-page as above. 

Contents and List of Plates, blended with the Sections in the 

Table of Contents^ 10 pages. 
Introduction, [b-c 2] p.i-xi. 

The History of Monmouthshire, [c 3-3 b] 360 pages. 
Appendix and Errors, [b-cc4] 200 pages. 
List of Names and Engagements delivered to Mr. Gardnor to 

encourage the Production of a History of Monmouthshire, 

6 pages. 

Errors of paging : — pp. 1 1 7-1 1 8 are omitted ; — p. l68 of the 
Appendix for 1 60. 

PLATES. 

Map of the County. J. Cary sc. To face the Title. 

1 . Llanfihangel juxta Usk Bridge, with S' Michael's Mount. 

p. 7. 

2. East View of Panty Goettre, with the Sugar Loaf. p. 7. 

3. East View of the Blorench, taken from the Grounds of Panty 

Goettre. p. 8. 

4. View of Caerleon. p. 43. 

5. South West View of Monmouth, p. 137- 

6. South West View of Usk Castle, p. ISQ. 

7. Chepstow Castle, taken from the Bridge, p. 140. 

8. South West View of Caldecot Castle, p. 143. 

9. East View of Grosmont Castle, p. 144. 

10. South West View of Abergaveiniy Castle, p. 146. 
) 1. View of Newport Castle, p. 147. 

12. North View of Tintern Abbey, p. I6I. 

13. General South View of Llantony Priory, p. 163. 

14. Trinity Chapel, Sudbrook, p. I68. 

15. View of Llautarnham. p. 253. 
IC). View of Ilhaglan Castle, p. 261. 

17. South View of Peiihow Castle, p. 267. 

18. Front View of Pencoed Castle, p. 268. 

19. Front View of Troy House, p. 278. 

20. Front View of Tredegar, p. 280. 

21. Front View of Llanharth. p. 281. 
2-2. West View of Clytha. p. 282. 

23. South West View of Trostrey Forge and Clytha Castle. 
p. 286. 



MONMOUTHSHIRE. 933 

24. View of Coldbrook House, p. 289- 

25. View of S' Pierre, p. 29I. 

26. East View of Llangibb> (Castle), p. 294. 

27. View of Llanfihangel Cillcornell, with S' Michael's Mount. 

p. 295. 

28. View of Pontypool House, p. 326. 

29. North View of Pontypool. p. 327. 

30. North West View of Llanwern. p. 331. 

31. View of Hadnock. p. 332. 

32. Llanfoyst, from Tiidor's Gate, Abergavenny, p. 333. 

33. View of Wye Bridge, Monmouth, p. 333. 

34. North View of Llandeilo. p. 333. 

33. North West View of Panty Goettre. p. 335. 
36. View of the Grounds of Persfield. p. 338. 

GENEALOGIES. 

1. Genealogy showing most of the contemporary Princes with 

Arthur, descended from Coel, by Dr. Griffin. Folded. 
App. No. 11. p. 33 of Appendix. 

2. Genealogies of Herbert and Beaufort^ by Dr. Griffin. Fold- 

ed, p. 129 of Appendix. 
N. B. Some copies of this work have the plates coloured ; 
and by referring to the List of Subscribers it appears that there 
are also some with " stained Plates, proof Impressions, and 
Large Proofs.'" 

III. 

An Historical Tour in Monmouthshire: illus- 
trated with Views by Sir Richard C. Hoare, Bart, 
a new Map of the County, and other Engravings. 
By William Coxe, A.M. F.R.S. F.A.S. Rector of 
Bemerton and Stourton. In Two Parts. 

London : Printed for T. Cadeil jun. and W. Davies, in the 
Strand. 1801. Luke Hansard, Printer, Great Turnstile, Lin- 
coln's Inn Fields. Quarto. 

PART L 
Half Title. Title-page as above. 

Dedication to Sir Richard Colt Hoare, Bar*' dated Bemerton, 

Oct. 1, 1800. 
Contents of Part L, 2 pages. 
Directions for the Plates, 4 pages. 
Preface ; Directions for pronouncing particular Letters in Welsh 

PART II, 6 D 



934 MONMOUTHSHIRE. 

Orthography ; a List of common Welsh Words occasionally 
employed in the course of this Work ; and Errata, 8 pages. 

Introduction, [b-e4] p. *1-*31. 

The Tour in Monmouthshire, Part I. [B-Dd4] 208 pages. 

PLATES IN PART I. 

(From Designs by Sir Richard Colt Hoare, Bar'' and engraved 
by William Byrne, unless otherwise expressed.) 

1. Map of Monmouthshire by Nath' Coltman. Smith & Jones 

sc. To face p. 1 of Introduction. 

2. The Course of the Fiu Julia from Bath to the Severn ; and 

a general Sketch of the Roman Stations and Roads in 
Monmouthshire and Wales, and the adjacent Counties. 
Jones & Smith sc. p. *l 1 of tlie Introduction. 

3. Plans of Encampments in the Vicinitv of Old Castle. 

T. Morrice del. & surv''- Harding sc. p. *23 of the In- 
troduction. 

4. Views of S' Pierre and Moins' Court Gateway, p. 3 of the 

Tour. 
b. Episcopal Palace at Mathem (Mathorn). p. 7. 

6. Encampment at Sudbrook, and the Ground Plan of Calde- 

cot Castle. T. Morrice del. Neele sc. p. 15. 

7. Sudbrook Chapel, and the Keep of Caldecot Castle, p. l6. 

8. South Ea'^t View of Caldecot Castle, p. 19. 

9. Entrance of Caldecot Castle. On letter-press of p. 23. 

10. Plan of Fenta Silunnn, or Caerwent. T. Morrice del. 

Harding sc. p. 23. 

11. Eastern Entrance of Caerwent, and the Bastion of the 

South \\'all. T. Tudor del. W. B. direx^ p. 26. 

12. Penhow Castle and Church, with the Mansion of Pencoed. 

p. 32. 

13. The Castle and Old Mansion of Pencoed. p. 32. 

14. Plans of the Castles of Penhow, Pencoed, Lanvair, and 

Striguil. T. Morrice del. p. 33. 

15. Ruins of Llanvair (Lanvair) Castle, p. 34. 

16. Ruins of Striguil Castle, j). :;6. 

1 7. Christ Church and Malpas Church, p. 40. 

18. Bridge and Castle at Newport, p. 45. 

1 9. Plan of the Town and Liberties of the Borough of New- 

port, with the Elevation of the Bridge. T. Morrice del. 
Harding sc. p. 46. 

20. Plans of the Castles of Newport, Langibby, Usk, and Aber- 

gavenny. T. Morrice del. Harding sc. p. 4 9. 



MONMOUTHSHIRE. 935 

2!. inside View of the Church of S' Wollos (Woolos) at New- 
port, p. 53. 

22. (West End of) S' Woolos Churcli, On the letter-press of 

p. 37. 

23. Bassaleg and Machen Place, p. 59. 

24. Plans of Encampments in Trecjetifar Park, in New Park, 

and of Craig-y-Saeson. T. Morrice del. Lowry so. 
p. 60. 

25. Plans of Encampments near Pen-y-Pil, and near Rumney 

Bridge ; with the Tumulus and Entrenchment on Twyn 
Barlwm. T. Morrice del. Harding sc. p. 75. 

26. Plan of Caerleon, or Isca Silurum. p. 81. 

27. An ancient Hollow Tile discovered at Caerleon. On the 

letter-press of p. 85. 

28. Front View of the Round Tower near the Hanbury Arms. 

— Back View of the Round Tower near the Hanbury 
Arms. — Ruins near the Bridge. — Remains of the Castle 
Works near the Usk. — South Angle of the Roman Walls 
at Caerleon. T. Tudor del. W. B. direx. p. 89- 

29. Encampments of the Lodge, of Penros, of S^ Julian's, and 

above Mayndee House. T. Morrice del. Harding sc. 
p. 90. 

30. The Town of Caerleon on the River Usk. p. 100. 

31. S' Julians; with a Back View of the same Building, p. 103. 

32. Portrait of Lord Herbert of Cherbury. From an original 

Picture in the possession of the Rev*^ Mr. Lucy, Charl- 
cott, Warwickshire. Larking del. Silvester Harding sc. 
p. 105. 

33. Tredonnoc Church. On the letter-press of p. 123. 

34. Plan of Usk. T. Morrice del. Harding sc. p. 125. 

35. Bridge and Castle of Usk. p. 126. 

36. Usk Church, and Porch of Usk Priory, p- 132. 

37. Encampments of Campwood, Coed-y-Bunedd, and Craeg- 

y-Garcyd. T. Morrice del. Harding sc. p. 134. 

38. Keep of Usk Castle. On the letter-press of p. 135. 

39. Ground Plan of Raglan Castle. T. Morrice del. Harding 

sc. p. 137. 

40. Raglan Castle, p. 138. 

4 1. Inside View of Raglan Castle, p. 140. 

42. Portrait of Sir Cha* Somerset, first Earl of Worcester. 

From an original Picture in the possession of the Duke 
of Beaufort. Harding sc. p. 142. 

43. Portrait of Henry Somerset, first Marquis of Worcester. 

Harding sc. p. 144. 



936 MONMOUTHSHIRE. 

44. Portrait of Edward, second Marquis of Worcester, and Earl 

of Glamorgan. From an original Picture in the Collec- 
tion of the Duke of Beaufort. Harding sc. p. 131. 

45. View of Clytha Gateway. Inscribed to William Jones, Esq. 

Edith Palmer del. W. Byrne direx. p. 137. 

46. View of Clytha Castle. Inscribed to William Jones, Esq. 

Edith Palmer del. W. Byrne sc. p. 138. 

47. Lansanfraed Church. On the letter-press of p. 163. 

48. Abergavenny, with a distant View of the Skvrrid. p, 164. 

49. Plan of Abergavenny. T. Morrice del. Harding sc. p. 167. 
30. Abergavenny Castle. Miss E. Palmer del. W. Byrne sc. 

On the letter-press of p. 181. 

51. Monumental Effigies of Sir W'" Ap Thomas. Birrell sc. 

p. 186. 

52. Monumental Effigies of Sir Richard Herbert. Birrell sc. 

p. 188. 
33. Abergavenny Church. On the letter-press of p. 194. 

54. Llanvihangel. On the letter-press of p. 201. 

55. Werndee, Perthir, Treowen, and Caeluch. J. Tudor del. 

W. Byrne direx. p. 203. 

PEDIGREES. 

1. Pedigree of the Morgan Family, p. 66. 

2. Proprietors of Raglan Castle, p. 141. 

3. Proprietors of Abergavenny Castle, p. 180. 

PART H. 

Half Title. Title-page as above. 

Contents of Part the Second, 3 pages. 

Directions for the Plates, 3 pages. 

Tiie Tour in Monmouthshire continued, [ec-Sf] p. 209-402. 

Appendix ; List of Books occasionally consulted in the course ot 

this Publication ; wnth Antiquities recently discovered at Caer- 

leon, [3f2-3k] p. 403-433. 
Index, p. 434-440. 

N. B. Page 433, being an Addendum to Chapter xxxiv. is re- 
peated with an asterisk. 

PLATES IN PART II. 

56. Plan of the Remains of Lanthony Abbey Church and Chap- 

ter House ; and of Tintern Abbey Church. Giles Wil- 
hams & N. Howel del. Neele sc. p. 209. 

57. Lanthony Abbey, p. 211. 

58. North View of Lanthony Abbey, p. 212. 



MONMOUTHSniRE. 937 

59. South View of Lanthony Abbey, p. 214. 

60. West View of Lanthony Abbe), p. 216. 

61. East View of Lanthony Abbey, p. 218. 

62. Old Castle and Covered Bridge at Bleanavon. p. 221. 

63. Iron Works at Bleanavon. p,228. 

64. Portrait of Major Hanbury. From an original Picture in the 

possession of Capel H. Leigh, Esq. Harding sc. p. 236. 

63. Remains of a Fortified Post at Lanhiddel. On the letter- 
press of p. 233. 

66. View from Mr. Waddington's Grounds (at Lanover). Edith 
Palmer del. Harding sc. )). 263. 

'67' Lanover Church. Edith Palmer del. On the letter- press 
of p. 266. 

68. Portrait of Sir Charles Hanbury Wilhams. From an ori- 

ginal Picture in the possession of the Rev'^ Duncan 
(Buncombe) Davies, Monmouth. Harding sc. p. 271. 

69. Coldbrook House. On the letter-press of p. 282. 

70. View of Monmouth, p. 29 1. 

71. Plan of Monmouth. Folded. T. Mor rice del. Harding sc. 

p. 292. 

72. Remains of the Priory at Monmouth, and Geoffrey of Mon- 

mouth's Study, p. 293. 

73. Church of S' Thomas, and Monnow Bridge, Monmouth. 

p. 299. 

74. Inside of S' Thomas's Church, p. 299. 

73. View of the Hills in the Environs of Monmouth, and the 
Inside of Monmouth Castle. — The Doorway of S' Tho- 
mas's Church, and Doorway of the Chancel. Owen & 
John Tudor del. Cromek sc. p. 300. 

76. Monmouth Castle, Church, and Bridge over the Wye. 

p. 302. 

77. Treleg Church and Druidical Stones, p. 323. 

78. Three sides of an ancient Stone Pedestal atTrelech. T. Tu- 

dor del. Lee sc. On the letter-press of p. 324. 

79. Troy House. On the letter-press of p. 323. 

80. Plans of Scenfrith, Grosmond, and White Castles. John 

Tudor del. Harding sc. p. 327. 

81. View of White Castle, p. 328. 

82. View of the Bridge and Castle at Scenfreth, p. 330. 

83. Entrance to Grosmont Castle ; with the Village and Castle 

of Scenfreth. p. 332. 

84. Grosmont and Scenfreth Churches, p. 333. 

85. Grosmont Castle, p. 336. 



5)38 MnNMOUTTISIllRK. 

S6. Portrait of John of Kent. From an original Picture in the 
possession of John Scudamore, Esq. p. 338. 

87. Remarkable Oak at Newcastle. Harding sc. On the let- 

ter-press of p. 3S9, 

88. Monumental Effigies of a Female in the Church of Welch 

Bicknor. Birrel sc. p. 344. 

89. General View of Tintern Abbey, p. 331. 

90. Inside of Tintern Abbey, West View. S. N. Grimm del. 

W. B. direx'- p. 332. 

91. Inside View of Tintern AbbeVj East View. p. 354. 

92. Plan of Chepstow. T. Morrice del. Harding sc. p. 337. 

93. Bridge and Castle at Chepstow, p. 338. 

94. View of Chepstow Bridge on the Side of Gloucestershire; 

also a Platform and Pier of the same Bridge. T. Jen- 
nings del. Neele sc. p. 360. 
93. Chepstow Church, and Elevation of the South Side of the 
Nave. R. H. & T. Jennings del. S. I. Neele & W. B. sc. 
p. 362. 

96. Western Entrance of Chepstow Church. Sir Richard 

Hoare del. J. Carter sc. p. 364. 

97. Plan of Chepstow Castle ; also the North and South 

Walls of the Chapel. T. Morrice & T. Jennings del. 
Harding sc. p. 368. 

98. West View and Entrance to Chepstow Castle, p. 370. 

99. South View of Chepstow Castle, p. 372. 

100. Encampments in Piercefield Ground; in Piercewood and 

Gaer Hill, near Piercefield; and at Hardwick, near Chep- 
stow. T. Morrice del. & surv. Harding sc. p. 376. 

101. Two Views of Harry Marten's Tower at Chepstow. T. Jen- 

nings & R. H. del. W. B. direx'- p. 378. 

102. Portrait of Henry Marten (the Regicide). From an ori- 

ginal Picture in the possession of Charles Lewis, Esq. 
Harding sc. p. 381. 

103. Fac-simile of Henry Marten's Tombstone (in Chepstow 

Church). T. Jennings del. On letter-press of p. 391. 

104. Piercefield, the Seat of Mark Wood, Esq. seen from the 

opposite Heights. Geo. Holmes del, T. Medland sc. 
p. 397. 

105. Plan of the Grounds of Piercefield, and the Peninsula of 

Lancaut. Surveyed by Maull. p. 399. 

106. Encampments of Portlicasseg, Cwrt-y-Gaer near Wolves- 

newton, and of Gacr Favvr. T. Morrice del. Harding sc. 
p. 412. 



MONMOUTHSHIRE. QoD 

107. Encampments of Coed-y-Caera, Kemeys Folly, and Caer- 

licyn. p. 4 12. 

108. Fac-simile of the Inscription in the CImrchof Usk. Fold- 

ed. p.41S. 

109. Fac-simile of the Seal of the Abbev of Grace Dieu. On 

the letter-press of p. 427. 

N. B. There are copies of this work on Large Paper, and 
two only were printed upon Vellum in Folio, with the plates 
worked on Satin. 

IV. 
A PiCTUEE of Monmouthshire; or an Abridge- 
ment of Mr. Coxes Historical Tour in Monmouth- 
shire. By a Lady (the Author's Sister). 

London: Printed for T. Cadell jun. and W. Davies, in the 
Strand. 1S02. Small octavo, 178 pages, including Dedica- 
tion, Advertisement, and Table of Contents. 

Y. 
A Pocket Vade-Mecum through Monmouthshire 
and Part of' South Wales : containing a particular 
Description of the Views and an Account of the 
Antiquities, Curiosities, &c. in the Counties of Mon- 
mouth, Glamorgan, Carmarthen, and Brecknock. Bv 
a Gentleman. Duodecimo, 79 pages. 

VI. 

Historical and Descriptive Accounts of the an- 
cient and present State of the Town of Monmouth ; 
including a Variety of Particulars deserving the 
Stranger's Notice, relating to the Borough and its 
Neighbourhood; collected from original Papers and 
unquestionable Authorities. The Whole never before 
published. By Charles Heath, Printer, Mon- 
mouth. 

Printed and sold by him in the Market Place. 1804. Quarto, 
likewise in octavo. 133 leaves, or 266 pages, including a 
descriptive Account of the Kymin Pavilion ; with Notices of 
Buckstone. 



i)40 MONMOUTHSHIRE. 

VII. 

A Geographical, Historical, and Religious iVccount of 
the Parish of Aberystruth, in the County of 
Monmouth. To which are added Memoirs of several 
Persons of Note who lived in the said Parish, By 
Edmund Jones. 

Trevecka : Printed in the Year 1779. Octavo. 
Title-page as above, with Directions to the English Reader how 

to pronounce the Names of Places, on the reverse. 
Preface and Recommendations, 4 pages. — Contents, 2 pages. 
Aberystruth Parish ; Memoirs of Persons of Note, and romantic 

Accounts of the Appearances of Apparitions and Fairies in 

Wales, [b-u4] p.9-l60. 

VIII. 
Descriptive Accounts of Persfield and Chep- 
stow, including Caerwent and the Passages; 
also the Road to Bristol and Glocester ; interspersed 
with local and interesting Particulars, selected from 
the most admired Writers, viz. Young, Wyndham, 
Wheatley, Shaw, Grose, &c. being tlie Continuation 
of a Design for publishing, in like manner, an Ac- 
count of the most interesting Places in the County. 
By Charles Heath, Printer, Monmouth. 

" Persfield is a place full of wonders, and will yield you amazing enter- 
tainwient."— Authuu Young. 

Sold by him in the Market Place ; and at all the Inns in the 
County. 1793. Oc/«yo. 76 pages. 

IX. 

Historical and Descriptive Accounts of the an- 
cient and present State of Rag land Castle, in- 
cluding a Variety of other Particulars deserving the 
Stranfjer's Notice relatinji; to that much admired Ruin 
and its Neighbourhood. The Whole never before 
published. Collected from original Papers and un- 
questionable Authorities. By Charles Heath, 
Printer, Monmoutli. 

Printed and sold by him in the Marketplace. I8O6. Octavo, 
152 pages, or 76 leaves. 



MONMOUTHSHIRE. '941 

X. 

Historical and Descriptive Accounts of the an- 
cient and present State of Tintern Abbey, in- 
cluding a Variety of otlier Particulars, deserving the 
Stranoer's Notice, relatina; to that much admired 
Ruin and its Neighbourhood. Tlie whole never be- 
fore published. Collectetl from original Papers and 
unquestionable Authorities. By Charles Heath, 
Printei-, ^lonmouth. (The Second Edition.) 

Printed and sold by him in the Market Place. 1806. Octavo, 
5S leaves, or 116 pages. The first edition, consisting of qG 
pageSj appeared in 1 793. 

XL 

Four coloured Engravings, exhibiting the Exterior and 
Interior Views of Tintern Abbcv, engraved by 
D. Havell and R. Reeve, from Drawings very re- 
cently made on the Spot by Frederick Calvert. The 
Size 21-v- Inches by \6^, viz. 

London : Printed for Burkett and Hudson, Cheapside. 1815. 

1. South East View of Tintern Abbey. — 2. The Grand West 
Entrance. — 3. East Window, from' the West Entrance. — 
4. North View of the Abi)ey. 

XII. 

The Excursion down the Wye from Ross to Mon- 
mouth : coinpreliending historical and descriptive 
Accounts of Wilton anil Goodrich Castles : also of 
Court Field, the X'ursery of King Henry the Fifth ; 
New Wear, with other public Objects in the Voyage; 
and throughout the whole are interspersed a Variety 
of amusiuii; and interesting; Circumstances never be- 
fore collected : particularly jNIemoirs and Anecdotes 
of the Life of John Kyrle, Esq. rendered immortal 
by the Muse of Pope, under the character of The 
Man of Ross. 

PART II. 6 K 



942 MONMOUTHSHIRE. 

*' But all our praises why should Lords engross? 
Rise, honest Muse, and sing the Man of Ross." 

By Charles Heath, Monmouth. 

Printed and sold by him in the Market Place. 1808. Octavo^ 
182 pages, exclusive of the Title. 

XIII. 

General View of the Agriculture of the County 
of Monmouth ; with Observations on the Means of 
its Improvement. By Mr. John Fox. Drawn up 
for the Consideration of the Board of Acrriculture 
and internal Improvement. 

Brentford : Printed by P. Norbury. mdccxciv. Quarto, 

43 pages. 

XIV. 

General View of the Agriculture of the County 
of Monmouth ; with Observations on the Means of 
its Improvement. Drawn up for the Consideration 
of the Board of Agriculture and internal Improve- 
ment. By Charles Hassall, of Eastwood, Pem- 
brokeshire. 

London: Printed by B. M'^Millan, Bow Street, Covent Gar- 
den : sold by G. and W. Nicol, Booksellers to His Majesty, 
Pall Mall ; and Sherwood, Nceiy, and Jones, Paternoster 
Row. 1812. Octavo, 154 pages. 

With Two Plates, and a folded Map of the County, divided into 
Mineral and Agricultural Districts, by Charles Hassall, 1811. 
Neele sc. 



943 



NORFOLK, 



All Essay towards a Topographical History of 

the County of Norfolk; containing a Descrip- 
tion of tlie Towns, Villages, and Hamlets; with the 
Foundations of ]\Ionasteries, Churches, Chapels, 
Chanteries, and other relimous Buildings. Also an 
Account of the antient and present State of all the 
Rectories, Vicarages, Donatives, and Impropriations; 
their former and present Patrons and Incumbents, 
with their several Valuations in the King's Book, 
whither discharged or not. Likewise an historical 
Account of the Castles, Seats, and Manors ; their 
present and antient Owners ; together with the Epi- 
taphs, Inscriptions, and Arms in all the Parish 
Churches and Chaf)els ; with several Draughts of 
Churches, IMonuments, Arms, antient Ruins, and 
other Relicts of Antiquity. Collected out of Leiger- 
Books, Registers, Records, Evidences, Deeds, Court- 
Rolls, and other authentic Memorials. By Francis 
Blomefield, I^ector of Fersfield, in Norfolk. (Con- 
tinued by the Rev. Charles Parkin. In Five 
Volumes.) 

" Nos patrite fines, et dulcia scripsimus arvaj* ViRG. 
Printed at Fersfield, in the Year of our Lord MDCCXXXix. 

Folio. 

VOL. I. 

Containing the Hundreds of Diss, Giltcross, Shropham, the 
Burgh of Thetford, Grimeshoe, Wayland, and Forehoe. 

Title-page as above, printed with black and red ink. 
List of Subscribers, in double columns, 4 pages. 
Introduction, dated Fersfield, March 23, 1736, 3 pages. 
Historyof Norfolk, beginning with the Hundred of Diss, [a-Qk] 

771 pages, the Conclusion being dated " Fersfield, Dec. 25, 

1739. T. e.J." 



344 NORFOLK. : 

The Indexes of all the Anns, Crests, and Mottoes mentioned in 
this Volume ; of Words mentioned and -explained 5 of Names 
and Places; and Table of Errata, p. 77*3-S08. 

Error of pacing: — p. 191 for 391. — In another copy the 
Errors are as follows : pages 33 to 48 inclusive, signatures l-l to 
N, are altogether, omitted, though the catchwords,^' Fersjield" 
correspond] — page 178 for 176, and p. I91 for 391. 

PLATES. 

Fersfield Church. On the letter-press of the Introduction, 

p. 1. 
Diss Church. On the letter-press ot p. 1 of the History. 
South West Prospect of S' Andrew's Church at Fersfield, 

Norfolk, and Three Shields of Arms on the Steeple. 

T. Martin del. Toms sc. On the letter-press of p. 67. 

1. Monumental Figures of William du Bois, Priest, and of 

Sir Robert du Bois, who died in 1311, in Fersfield 

Church. F. Blomefieid del. Toms sc. p. 68. 
Monunietit of the Blomefieid Family in Fersfield Church. 

On the letter-]:; r ess of p. 73,. 
The Ruins of the Steeple of Little Thorp Church. On 

the letter-press of p. 90. 
.dn Figures of Sir Robert Wingfield and Anne his Wife, in the 
^ Windows of East Ilerling Chureh. On the letter-press 

of p. 221. 
Monumental Figure of Sir Hugh- Bardolph, Knt. in the 

North Isle of Banham Church. On the letter-press of 

p. 240. 

2. The Prospect of Bukenham Castle, from an old Wood 

Carving on the outside of the Crown Inn, in Nqjv Bu- 
kenham. — The South-west Prospect of the Castle, as it 
now appears. — Nine Shields of Arms. — Plans of the Old 
and New Castle, and of the Abbey Cimrch ; *ilso the 
Seal of Bukenham Priorv. F. lilomefield del. W. H. 
Toms sc. Given by the Rev. James Baldwin, Rector 
of Bunwell, Co. Norfolk, p. 261. 

3. Monument, with the Portrait, of Thomas Lord Richardson, 

Baron of Craniond. Inscribed to the Mon*'''^ Mrs. Jermy. 
R. Parr sc. March 23, 1739. p. 083. 
Likewise One hundred and two Shields of Arms, Seals, &c. 
engraved on Wood, on the several pages of letter-press, 
in addition to those above mentioned. 



NORFOLK. 945 

SEPARATE PEDIGREES. 

1. Pedigree of the Family of Blomefiield, Avith Arms. Folded. 

p. 74. 

2. Pedigree of the Family of Holland, originally of Denton 

House, Lancashire, but now of Quidcnham, with Arms. 
Folded, p. 93i?. 

3. Pedigree of the Family of Wright of Kilveistone, with 

Arms. Folded, p. 368. 

4. Pedigree of the Family of .lernegan of Cossey, with their 

Arms, on 4 ])ages : placed between pages 660 and 661. 

5. Pedigree of the Family of William Lord Richardson, Baron 

of Cramond, with Arms. Folded, p. 684. 

6. Pedigree of the Family of Wodehouse, with their Arms at 

the Head of the Pedigree ; also the Atchievement of 
Armine V.'odehouse, Esq. Son and Heir of S"' John 
Wodehouse, Bart, on the sixth page of the Pedigree, or 
page 770. W. H. Toms sc. Three leaves, and form 
pages 765 to 770. 

VOL. H. 

Title-page: " The History of the City and County of Nor- 
wich, containing it's original Rise and Increase, it's antient 
and present Government, with the many various Accidents 
that have happened to it ; the Foundation of the Cathedral, 
Castle, Parochial Churches, Monasteries, Hermitages, Hospi- 
tals, and other publick Buildings : a Description of the 
Streets, Walls, River, remarkable Houses, and other Things, 
never as yet taken notice of by any Author : The Lives of the 
Bishops, Deans, and other eminent Men, either born or in- 
habiting here ; Lists of the Provosts, Bailiffs, Mayor'*, She- 
riffs, Burgesses in Parliament, and other Officers of the Cor- 
poration ; with an Account of the Benefactions to publick 
Uses, the Family-Arms and Monuments, in the Cathedral and 
Parochial Churches, and other Places in the City. Collected 
from the Registers, Charters, and Evidences belonging to the 
Bishoprick, Cathedral, and Citv, and from various Mss's, Re- 
gisters, Collections, and other Memorials in diverse Hands, 
by Francis Blomkfield, Rector of Ferstield in Norfolk. 
Ur-bs speclosa situ, nilidis pulclwri-'aita ttctts. 
Grata peregrinis, clcliciosu suis. loiixsTON'. 

Printed at Fersfield, in the Year of our Lord mdccxli*. 
* This Tide-page was again pruUed at Norwich in 1745, in black ink, 



946 NORFOLK. 

Dedication to John Nuthall, Esq. Mayor; to the Recorder, 
Steward, Sheriffs, Aldermen, and Common Council of Nor- 
wich, dated Fersfiekl, March 25, 1741. 

The Historv of the City of Norwich, [a-IOp] 902 pages, dated 
" Fersfield, May 31, 174 3. T. 0. J." 

The Indexes and Errata, as in Volume I. p. 903-913. 

Errors of paging, which vary in different copies : — p. 386 for 
386; — p. 348 for 648; — pages 770 to 760 are omitted. — 
p. 903-4 for 907-8. 

PLATES. 

1 . A Two Sheet Plan of the City of Norwich ; with 45 Seals 

of the various Bishops. Dedicated to the Rt. Rev. Tho- 
mas Gooch, Bishop of Norwich, hy Fr. Blomefield, by 
v.'hom it was designed and executed, and published Sept. 
29, 17j6. On a separate folded Sheet are 213 Expla- 
nations and References to the above Plan, printed in a 
double column within a border, p. 1. 

2. Monument of Bishop Hall in Heigham Church, whereon is 

represented " a Golden Picture of Death." T. Hillyard 
sc. p. 414. 

3. The Ichnography of Norv.'ich Cathedral. Inscribed to the 

Society of Autiquaries in London, by the Author. F. 
Blomefield del. 1743. W. H. Toms sc. p. 489- 

4. The Seals of Norwich Cathedral, the Priory, &:c. Dedi- 

cated to Thomas Martin, of Palgrave, in Suffolk, Gent. 
Sept. 1, 1743. p. 534. 
The Arms of Broom, Albany, and Clifton. On the letter- 
press of p. 554. 

5. Mural Monument of Aiigustine Briggs, Esq. in St. Peter's 

Church. Fra. Blomefield del. W. H.Toms sc. p. 641. 

6. Mural Monument of Edmond Ilobart, Esq. on the South 

Side of Holt Chancel. Inscribed to the Rever'd Henry 

with the following alterations. After the words " PaWiV/c Uses" it runs 

thus: 

"The Inscriptions, Arms, and Monnmcnts in the Cliurchcs and publick 
Buildings; with the History of all the Vdlages within the County of 
Norwich, and their anticnt and present State. Collected from the Re- 
gisters, Charters, and Evidences of the See, and from those ot' the Cor- 
poration now extant in the Oild-IIall; as also from various MSS., Re- 
{listers, Collections, and other Memorials, in diverse Hands." The Au- 
thor's Name and Motto follow, and the Title ends with this imprint; 
" Printed at Norwich, in ihe Year of our Lord MDCCXLV," 



XORPOLK. 947 

Rriggs, D.D. Rector of Holt. Fra. Blomefield del, 
W. H. Toms sc. p. 643. 

7. Mural Monument in memory of Richard Manby, Alder- 

man of Norwich, p. 749. 

8. Fac-simile of a Grant of the Town of Heham, by William, 

the second Abbot of Holm, to Richard Basset, in Fee- 
farm for life, Avith the Seal. p. S4S. 

Bulla of S' Nicijolas, given to the Fishermen of Braken- 
don. On the letter-press of p. S6l. 

Pedigree of the Family of Briggs, with their Arms, faces 
p. 640. 

VOL. ni. 

Containing the Hundreds of Depewade, Earsham, South Erp- 
ingham. South Greenhow, Henstede, Humble- Yard, Gallow, 
and Brothercross. 

Title-page as in Volume I. printed with black Ink, with this al- 
teration : " By FRA^'CIS Blomefield, Rector of Fersneld ; 
and continued, from page 678, by the late Reverend Charles 
Parkin, A.M. Rector of Oxburgh, both in the County of 
Norfolk. — Lynn : Printed and sold by W. Whittingham ; and 
R. Baldwin, in Paternoster Row, London. I769." 

Mr. Parkin's Preface, and Errata, pages iii-viii. 

The History of Norfolk continued, beginning with the Hundred 
of Humble-Yard, [a-10k2] S70 pages. 

Indexes of Hundreds, Towns, and Hamlets, Lords of Manors, 
&c. Arms, and remarkable Occurrences, 8 pages. 

Errors of paging: — pages 33-34 for 34-35. 

PLATES. 

1. Portrait of Sir Henry Spelman, Kn*. p. 464. 

2. Brass of Seven of the Fountaine Family in Narford Church. 

p. 522. 
0. Monument of Erasmus Earle, in Heydon Church, and the 
Two Maces carried before the Lord of the Manor of 
Cawston, or his Steward, when they hold the Courts. 
p. 532. 

4. Monument of Thomas Marsham, Esq. in Stratton Church. 

F. Blomefield del. Dec. 25, 1754. p. 592 (misprinted 
593 on the plate). 

5. Eftigies of Catherine Schuldham, Wife of William Godard, 

kneeling, in St. Poter'i Church, Walpole. Ro. Vaughan 
i>c. p. CGi, 



948 NORFOLK. 

6. Portrait of James Calthorpe, of East Basham (Barsham), 

Norfolk, Esquire, retat, 38. p. 762. 
7-S. The East and West Fronts of Houghton Hail. Folded. 
Ripley Arcli^- G. Vertue sc. p. 798. 
Also Thirty Shields of Anns on the letter-press. 
Pedigree of the Family of Bedingfeld, folded, with Arms. 
p. 482. 

VOL. IV. 

Containing the Hundreds of Blofield, Clackclose [Hiind. and 
Half), Claveriug, Erpingham (North) ; Eynford, Frecbridge 
{Hund. and Half). — By the late Reverend Charles Par- 
kin, A.M. Rector of Oxburgh, in the County of Norfolk. — 
Lynn: Printed and sold by W. Whittingham ; and R. Bald- 
win, in Paternoster Row, London. 1775. 

Title-page as in Volume J, printed with black ink, containing 
the above alteration, and having an Acknowledgement for As- 
sistance received, on the reverse. 

List of Subscribers for Large and Small Paper copies to the 
Fourth and Fifth Volumes, 2 pages. 

The History of Norfolk continued, beginning with Blofield 
Hundred, [b-Qn] 782 pages, ending with the catchword 
" North " 

Remarkable Occurrences in Vol. IV. p. 783-786. 

Indexes as before, p. 787-794. 

Errors of paging : — p. 233 for 333; — p. I9I for 791. 

N. B. Pages 509 to the end are printed on a lighter-coloured 
paper than the preceding part of the volume. 

PLATES. 

Arms in the Church of All Saints, Barton. On the letter- 
press of p. 55. 

1. Forty-three Shields of Arms, the Conventual Seal of Dcr- 
ham, &c. formerly in Beacham-Well Church, on olie 
Sheet (numbered Plate I.) p. 60. 

e. Portrait of John Dethick, of West Newton, in the County 
of Norff. Esq. P. Lombart sculpsit, Londini. p. 217. 

3. The South East Prospect of Cromere Church in Norfolk, 

with the Plan of the same. Inscribed to Mr. Thomas 
Tanner of Christ Church, in Oxford. Fra. Blomefield 
del. Sept. 29, 1737. W. II. Toms sculp, p. 304. 

4. Monument in Memory of Robert Wiggclt, of Geist, Gei»t. 

iu Gcibl Ciuirch. p. 383. 



NORFOLK. 949 

5. Monument in Memory of Rice Wiggett^ of Geistwicli, Esq. 

in Geist Church, "p. 383. 

6. Monument of William Bulwar, of Wood Bailing, Esq. and 

Dorothy his Wife, in Wood Dalling Church, p. 459. 

7. Plan of the Town of King's Lynn, with the Market Cross, 

Royal Exchange ; West View of Lynn, &c. Inscribed 
to Sir Robert Walpole. Folded. Gul. Rastrick del. 
p. 574. 

8. A South East View of King's Lynn, in the County of Nor- 

folk. Folded, p. 576. 

9. A Chronological Table of the Mayors of Lynn Regis, from 

the Reign of Henry IIL 1268, down 'to the 12"^ of 
George in. 1772. Folded, p. 586. 

10. A View of Lynn Market Cross. Folded, p. 594. 

1 1. A Map of Marsh Laud in Norfolk, by S^ W"" Dugdale, with 

Additions and Amendments. (From Dugdale's " Hist. 
of Imlanking.") Folded, p. 691. 

12. S* Peter's Church at Walpole. Contributed by the Rt. 

Hon. Henry Lord Colerane. p. 716. 

13. Tomb of Thomas Winde, Esq. Inscribed to William Winde, 

Esq. one of His Majesty's Commissioners in the Salt 
Office, by Francis Blomeiield. Toms sc, p. 780. 

VOL. V. 
Containing the Hundreds of Greenhow (North), Happing, Holt, 
Launditch, Loddon, Mitford, Smethdon, Taverham, Tunstede, 
Walsham, Flegg (West), Flegg (East).— By the late Rev. 
Charles Par?:in, A.M. 

Title-page as in Volume IV. 

The History of Norfolk continued, beginning with North Green- 
how Hundred, [9n2-19l2] p. 783-1696. 

A Glossary, explaining some particular Terms and obsolete 
Words which occur in the History of Yarmouth, [19m] 
p. 1697-1698. 

Remarkable Occurrences in Volume V. p. I699-17OO. 

Indexes as before, p. 170I-I709. 

Errors of paging: — p. 915 is misprinted 195 ; — p. 1126 for 
1129;— p. 1540 for 1340; — p. 450 for 1450;— p. 1664 for 
1464. — In another copy two of the errors are corrected; viz. 
p. 1340 and 1464. 

PLATES. 
1. View of the Seat of Richard Milles, Esq. at North Elm- 
PART II. 6 F 



050 NORFOLK. 

ham, in Norfolk, to whom this Plate is inscribed by 
W. Whittingham. p. 996. 

2. North View of North Elmham Church, p. 1000. 

3. South West Prospect -of Snettisham Church. Inscribed to 

Nicholas Styleman, Esq. by W. Whittingham. p. 1315. 

4. Arms and Seals in the Priory Church of Horsham S' Faith's, 

The Plate presented by Baron Dacre. p. 1358. 

5. View of Yarmouth, p. 1389. 

The Pedigree of the Family of L'Estrange, contained in 
two folded Sheets, faces p. 1265. 

N. B. The Two first Volumes of this work, and a consider- 
able portion of the third, originally appeared in Numbers, 
printed in the Author's own House at Fersfield ; but, dying 
whilst his topographical labours were passing through the press, 
his Collections were put into the hands of thei Rev. Charles 
Parkin, A.M. who had drawn up the account of Cranwich and 
Fynecham Deanries, for that portion of the History which was 
unfinished, and completed the remainder with a view to publi- 
cation. On his death they came, with his Library, including 
great part of Mr. Blomefield's, into the possession of W. Whit- 
tingham, a Bookseller, at Lynn, who, in I769, printed Parkin's 
Completion of Blomefield's Third Volume, containing the Hun- 
dreds of Gallow, Brothercross, and part of S.Erpingham; and 
in 1775, but in a more confused and contracted manner, the 
Continuation, in Two additional Volumes. — Gough. 

Some sets have reprinted Titles with the Names of W. Whit- 
tingham in Lynn, and R. Baldwin in London, as Publishers. 

*^* This collation was made from, and compared with Seven 
copies. 

11. 

An Essay towards a Topographical History of 
the County of Norfolk ; containing a Descrip- 
tion of the Towns, Villages, and Hamlets ; with the 
Foundations of Monasteries, Churches, Chapels, 
Chantries, and other lleligious ]5uildings; also an 
Account of the ancient and present State of all the 
Rectories, Vicarages, Donatives, and Impropriations; 
their former and present Patrons and Incumbents, 
with their several Valuations in the Kings Books, 
whether discharged or not: Likewise an historical 
Account of the Castles, Seats, and Manors; theii^ 



NORFOLK, 951 

present and ancient Owners : together witli the 
Epitaphs, Inscriptions, and Arms in all the Parish 
Churches and Chapels; with several Draughts of 
Churches, Monuments, Arms, ancient Ruins, and 
other Relicks of Antiquity. Collected out of Ledger 
Books, Registers, Records, Evidences, Deeds, Court 
Rolls, and other authentic Memorials. By FllANClS 
Blomefield, Rector of Fersheld, Norfolk. In 
Eleven Volumes. 

" Nos p'atrite fines, et diilcia scripsimus arva.^' VXRG. 
London : Printed for William Miller. Albemarle Street, by 
W. Bulmer and Co. Cleveland Row, St. James's. 1803. Royal 
octavo. 

VOL. L 
Containing the Hundreds of Diss, Giltcross, and Shropham. 

Half Title. — Title-page printed verbatim from the Folio Edi- 
tion, the Imprint excepted. 

Dedication to the xMost Noble Charles Duke of Norfolk, by the 
Publisher. 

Advertisement to the Second Edition, stating that the principal 
alterations in this reprinted edition are the correction of ty- 
pographical errors, and the incorporation of the Addenda, 
which were given by the Author in detached parts, in their 
proper places, p. vii-ix. 

The Introduction to the First Edition, p. xi-xvi. 

The History of Norfolk, commencing with the Hundred of Diss, 
[b-3z4] 548 pages. 

Index of Hundreds and Parishes in Vol. I. [4a] 2 pages. 

Errors of paging : — p. 293-296 are omitted ; — p. 414 for 514. 

PLATES AND PEDIGREES. 

1 . Portrait in Mezzotinto, intended to represent the Author : 

Copied from an old Print, originally engraved as the Por- 
trait of another Person (John Flamsteady the well known 
Astronomer), but preserved and highly valued by the late 
Mr. Thomas Martin, as a striking Likeness of the Nor- 
folk Topographer. Engraved by G. Dawe. To face the 
Title. 

(Copied from the Folio Edition.) 
Diss Church. On the letter-press of p. 1 . 

2. Pedigree of the Family of Blomefield, with Arms engraved 

on Wood. Folded, p. 101. 



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South West Prospect of S' Andrew's Churcli at Fersfield, 
Norfolk ; also Three Shields on the West Side of the 
Steeple. On the letter-press of p. 102. 

3. Monuments of William and Sir Robert Du Bois. Folded. 

p. 104. 

4. Monument of the Blomefield Family in Fersfield Church. 

Folded, p. 111. 

5. Figures of Sir Robert Wingfield and Anne his Wife in the 

Windows of East Herling Church, p. 326. 

6. Pedigree of the Family of Holland, and Arms. Folded. 

p. 344. 
Monument of Sir Hugh Bardolph in Banham Church : en- 
graved on Wood. On the letter-press of p. 335. 

7. South West Prospect of Bukenham Castle, &;c. Folded. 

p. 384. 

8. Pedigree of the Family of Hare, with Arms. Folded, p. 414. 

9. Pedigree of the Family of Wright, with Arms. Folded. 

Likewise Eighty Shields of Arms, &c. engraved on Wood, 
on the various pages of letter-press. 

VOL. n. 

Containing the Burgh of Thetford, and the Hundreds of Grimes- 
hoe, Wayland, and Forehoe. 

Half Title and Title-page as before, dated 1805. 

History of Norfolk continued, beginning with the Burgh of 

Thetford, [b-4b4] 559 pages. 
Index of Hundreds and Parishes in Vol. U. [4c] 3 pages. 

PEDIGREES AND PLATES. 

1. Pedigree of the Family of Jernegan, and Arms. Folded. 

p. 416. 

2. Pedigree of the Family of William Lord Richardson, and 

Arms. Folded, p. 449. 

3. Monument of Thomas Lord Richardson of Huningham. 

p. 449. 

4. Pedigree of the Family of Wodehouse, and Arms. Folded. 

p. 558. 
Likewise Twenty-seven Plates of Seals, Arms, &:c. engraved 
on Wood, on the letter-press. 

VOL. HI. 
Containing the History of Norwich, Part First. 
Half Title and Title-page as before, dated ISOC. 



NORFOLK. ()53 

Anotlier Title-page: " The History of the City and County of 
Norwich," &;c. tlie same as in the Folio Edition. 

Dedication to the Right Worshij^ful .John Nuthall, Esq. Mayor, 
the Recorder, Steward, Aldermen, and to the Common Coun- 
cil of the City of Norwich, signed Francis Blomefield, and 
dated Fersfield, March 25, 1741. p. vii-viii. 

Explanation of the Plan of the City, Seals, Ike. Folded. To 
face the Plan. 

The History of the City of Norwich, and Contents of Volume HI. 
[B-4Q4i 672 pages. 

Index of Hundreds and Parishes in Vol. HI. 
Error of paging: — p. 716 for I67. 

With a folded Sheet Plan of the City of Norwich, Seals, Sec. 

Copied from the large Plan in the Second Volume of the Folio 

Edition. 

VOL. IV. 
Containing the History of Norwich, Part Second. 
Half Title. — Title-page as before, dated 1 SO6. 
Another Half Title, more enlarged. 
Contents of Volume IV. 

The History of Norwich continued, [b-4e2] 5 SO padres. 
Index of Hundreds and Parishes in Vol. IV. 

PLATES AND PEDIGREES. 

1. Ichnography of the Cathedral Church of Norwich, made 

1743. Folded, p. 7. 

2. Seals of Norwich Cathedral, &c. Folded, p. 62. 

The Arms of Broom, Albany, and Clifton. On the letter- 
press of p. 92. 

3. Monument for Augustine Briggs, Esq. p. 218. 

4. Monument for Edmond Hobart, Gent. p. 220. 

5. Pedigree of the Family of Briggs, with Arms. Folded. 

To face p. 220. 

6. Monument for Richard Manby, Alderman, p. 370. 

7. A Deed of William, the second Abbot of Holm. Folded. 

p. 504. 
Bulla of St. Nicholas. On the letter-press of p. 523. 

VOL. V. 

Containing the Hundreds of Humble Yard, Depewade, Earshain, 

and Henstede, 
Half Title. — Title-page as before, dated 1 806. 



954 NORFOLK. 

The History of Norfolk continued, beginning with the Hundred 

of Humble-Yard, [b-3x4] 527 pages. 
Index of Hundreds and Parishes in Vol. V. 3 pages. 

With Nineteen Shields of Arms engraved on Wood, on the 
letter-press. 

VOL. VI. 

Containing the Hundreds of South Greenhow and South Erp- 

ingham. 

Half Title. — Title-page as before, dated 1 807. 

Mr. Parkin's Preface, 7 pages. 

The History of Norfolk continued, beginning with the Hundred 

of South Greenhow, [b-3x] 321 pages. 
Index of Hundreds and Parishes in Vol. VI. 

PLATES AND PEDIGREES. 

1. Portrait of Sir Henry Spelman, Knt. p. 152. 

2. Pedigree of the Bedingfield Family. Folded, p. 179. 

3. Monumental Figures of the Fountaine Family, p. 234. 

4. Monument for Erasmus Earle, Esq. — Ancient Maces, &;c. 

Folded, p. 246. 
.5. Monument for Thomas Marsham, Esq. Folded, p. 335. 
6. Figure kneeling, of Catherine Schuldham, Wife of William 

Godard, in St. Peter in Walpole Church, p. 437. 
Also Sixteen Shields of Arms on the letter-press. 

VOL. VII. 

Containing the Hundreds of Gallow and Brothercross, Blofield 
and Clackclose Hundred and Half. 

Half Title.— Title-page as before, by the late Rev. Charles 

Parkin, A.M., dated 1807. 
The History of Norfolk continued, beginning with Gallow and 

Brothercross Hundreds, [b-3 u 4] 320 pages. 
Index of Hundreds and Parislies in Vol. VII. 3 pages. 

Error of paging : — p. 213 for 251. 

PLATES AND PEDIGREES. 

1. Portrait of .Tames Calthorpe, of East Barsham, in the 

County of Norfolk, Esq. aged 38, 1640, witli his Arms, 

p. 57. 

2. East and West Fronts of Houghton, on one plate. Folded. 

B. Hewlett sc. p. 109. 



NORFOLK. gSS 

3. Pedigree of the Family of Vv'alpole. Folded, p. lOQ. 

4. Folded Plate of Forty- tlnee Shields of Arms formerly in 

Beacham-Well Chureh. p. 268. 

5. Pedigree of the Mauiideville Family. Folded, p. 420. 

6. Portrait of John Detliick, of West Newton, in the County 

of Norfolk, Esq, horn 23^'' of Ocf^ 1567, died SP'Oct. 
1637. Engraved l)y W. Poole, p. 505. 
Also Three Shields of Arms on the letter- press of pp. 2S4-5. 

VOL. VIII. 

Containing the Hundreds of Clavering, North Erpingham, Eyn- 
ford, and Freebridge Hundred and Half. 

Half Title. — Title-page as in Volume VII. dated 1808. 
History of Norfolk continued, [b-4a2] 548 pages. 
Index of Hundreds and Parishes in Vol. VIII. 4 pages. 

Errors of paging : — p. 3 1 1 for 11 3. — p. 27 for 277. 

PLATES AND PEDIGREES. 

1. South East Prospect of Cromer Church, as it appeared 

Sept. 29, 1737. B. Hovvlett sc. p. 106. 

2. Pedigree of the Family of Repps. Folded, p. 150. 

3. Monument for Robert Wiggett, of Geist, Gent. B. Hovv- 

lett sc. p. 216. 

4. Monument for Rice Wiggett, Esq. B. Howlett sc. p. 216. 

5. Monument for WiUiam Bulwer, Esq. B. Howlett sc. p. 323. 

6. Pedigree of the Hovell Family. Folded, p. 466. 

7. Plan of the Borough of King's Lynn, drawn by Will'" Ra- 

strick, 1725. p. 476. 

8. South East View of King's Lynn. Folded. B. Howlett sc. 

p. 480. 

9. View of Lynn Market Cross. Folded. B. Howlett sc. p. 482. 
A Chronological Table of the Mayors of Lynn Regis from 

1268 to 1772. Folded, p. 53'3. 

VOL. IX. 
Containing the Hundreds of Freebridge, North Greenhow, Hap- 
ping, Holt, and part of Launditch. 
Half Title. Title-page as before, dated 1808. 
History of Norfolk continued, [b-3x4] 527 pages. 
Index of Hundreds and Parishes in Vol. IX., 4 pages. 
Errors of paging : — p. 352 for 325 5— p. 324 for 423, 



956 NORFOLK. 

PLATES. 

1. S' Peter's Churcli, Walpole. Folded, p. 112. 

2. A Map of Marsh Land by Sir Will'" Dugdale, with Addi- 

tions and Amendments. Folded. B. Howlett sc. p. 166. 

3. Tomb of Thomas Winde, Esq. Wise sc. p. 199. 

4. Seat of Richard Milles, Esq. at North Elmham. B. How- 

lett sc. p. 489. 

5. North View of North Elmham Church. Folded. B. How- 

lett del. & sc. p. 494. 

VOL. X. 

Containing the Hundreds of Launditch, Loddon, Mitford Hun- 
dred and Half, Smethdon, and Taverham. 
Half Title, and Title-page, dated 1809. 
History of Norfolk continued, [b-3p4] 479 pages. 
Index of Hundreds and Parishes in Vol. X., 4 pages. 
Error of paging : — p. 113 for 315. 

PEDIGREE AND PLATES. 

L'Estrange's Pedigree. Two Sheets. Folded, p. 114. 

A South West Prospect of Snettisham Church. Folded. B. How- 
lett sc. p. 370. 

Shields of Arms in the Chancel of the Priory Church of Hors- 
ham S* Faith's. — Seals of Ufford, Bowett, and Cheney ; and 
the Arms of Thomas Barrett Lennard, Baron Dacre. Folded, 
B. Howlett sc. p. 439. 

VOL. XI. 

Containing the Hundreds of Tunstede, Walsham, West Flegg, 
and East Flegg. 

Half Title and Title-page, dated 1 8 1 0. 

History of Norfolk continued, beginning with Tunstede Hun- 
dred, [i}-3f] 402 pages. 

General Indexes of Hundreds, Parishes, Townships, Lords of 
Manors, Arms, and Monuments, 80 pages. 

Some remarkable Occurrences, Customs, &c. 3 pages. 

List of Subscribers, 1 1 pages. 

Directions to the Binder for placing the Plates and Pedigrees in 
each Volume, 3 pages. 

With a View of Yarmouth, as it aj)peared in 1775» B. Howlett 
sc. p. 255. 

N. B. There are copies of this reprinted edition in Quarto. 



NORFOLK. 957 

III. 

History and Antiquities of the County of Nor- 
folk, containing (besides a general Description of 
the County, an Index, &c.) the Hundreds of Blo- 
field, Brothercross, and Clackclose. (In Ten Vo- 
lumes. 

" Pro me : si mercar in w;e." 

Norwich : Printed by J, Crouse, for M. Booth, Bookseller. 
MDccLXXXi. Octavo. (Originally published in Weekly 
Numbers at Sixpence each.) 

VOL. I. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the High, Puissant, and Most Noble Prince, 
Charles Howard, Duke of Norfolk, signed. The Editors, and 
dated Norwich, Aug. 12, 1781; with an Advertisement on 
the reverse. 

Preface, p. v-xx. 

Geographical and Historical Description of the County of Nor- 
folk, with an Index Villaris Nbrfolciensis, and Directions for 
placing the Plates, [d-cc4] p. 21-204. 

The History of Norfolk, beginning with the Hundred of Blo- 
field, [a-e 8] 60 pages. 

The Hundred of Brothercross, [a-b 5] 26 pages. 

Hundred and Half of Clackclose, [a-x 2] 295 pages. 

With a Map of Norfolk. Folded. S. Pyle sc. To face p. 22 of 
the Geographical Description, or p. 1 of the General History. 

VOL. H. 

Containing the Hundreds of Clavering, Depwade, Diss, and 
Earsham. 
The Hundred of Clavering, [a-h 2] 96 pages. 
The Hundred of Depwade, [a-n 3] 197 pages. 

* Another publication relative to the History of this County was begun 
in 1778, in octavo, by W. Whittingham, the Bookseller at Lynn, to appear 
in Sixpenny Numbers, two Volumes of which were completed, under the 
following Title : — " A New and Complete History of Norfolk, collected 
from the most celebrated Historians, containing an accurate Description 
of the several Divisions of the County, with their Products and Curiosi- 
ties of every Kind, both ancient and modern; and a Review of the most 
remarkable Occurrences therein, from the earliest iEra down to 1778. Il- 
lustrated with Copptr-plates." 

PART II. 6 O 



958 NORFOLK. 

The Hundred of Diss, [a-o 2] 195 pages. 
The Hundred of Earshani, [a-h 3] 98 pages. 

PLATES. 

1. Tacohieston Hall, the Seat of Knipe Gobbet, Esq. M. J. 

Armstrong del. Page so. p. l6l of Depwade Hundred. 

2. North East View of Schoale Inn. Folded. Joshua Kirby 

del. Jno. Fessey so. p. 1 14 of Diss Hundred. 

3. Schoale Inn Sign. John Fairchild struxit. Folded, p. 114 

of Diss Hundred. 

4. Earsham Hall. Inscribed to William Windham, Esq. But- 

cher del. B. Reading sc. p. 39 of Earsham Hundred. 

5. Reddenhall Church. Inscribed to the Right Honourable 

the Earl of Effingham, Patron. Folded. J. Milton 
surv"^ & del. P. Fourdrinier sc. p. 7 1 of Earsham Hun- 
dred. 

VOL. III. 

Containing the Hundreds of North Erpingham, South Erping- 

ham, and Eynesford. 
The Hundred of North Erpingham, [a-i 2] 120 pages. 
The Hundred of South Erpingham, [a-x 7] 326 pages. 
The Hundred of Eynesford, [a-i 8] 143 pages. 

PLATES. 

1 . Barningham Hall, the Seatof Thomas Lane, Esq. J. Thomp- 

son sc. p. 24 of N. Erpingham Hundred. 

2. Cromer. H. R. del. Page sc. p. 36 of N. Erpingham 

Hundred. 

3. Felbrigg Hall, the Seat of William Windham, Esq. F.R.S. 

p. 53 of N. Erpingham Hundred. 

4. Gunton Church, in the Park of S^ Harbord Harbord, Bart. 

J. Thompson sc. p. 66 of N. Erpingham Hundred. 

5. Hanworth Hall, the Seat of Robert Lee Doughty, Esq. 

H. R. del. J. Royce sc. p. 72 of N. Erpingham Hun- 
dred. 

6. The Villages of Becston and Runton, seen from Sherring- 

ham Heath. H. R. del. Page sc. p. 100 of N. Erp- 
ingham Hundred. 

7. Baconsthorpc Hall. H. R. del. J. Page sc. p. 49 of South 

Erpingham Hundred. 
S. Blickling Hall. Inscribed to the Rt. Hon. the Earl of 
Buckinghamshire. C. Pack pinx*- Page sc. p. 90 of 
South Erpingham Hundred. 



NORFOLK. 959 

9. Heydon in Norfolk, the Seat of William Wigget Bulwer, 
Esq. to whom this Plate is inscribed. Folded. Engraved 
by Will"' Ellis from a Drawing by H. Repton. p. 210 of 
South Erpingham Hundred. 

10. Irmingland Hall, a House belonging to Edm'' Craddock 

Hartopp, of Pines, in the County of Devon, Esq. to 
whom this Plate is inscribed. H. Repton del. J. Page so. 
p. 224 of South Erpingham Hundred. 

11. Wolterton Hall. Inscribed to the Right Hon'''* Lord Wal- 

pole. H. R. del. J. Royce sc. p. 323 of South Erp- 
ingham Hundred. 

12. Wood Dulling, a Seat of William Wigget Bulwer, Esq. to 

whom this Plate is inscribed. H. Repton del. J. Page, 
sc. p. 135 of Eynesford Hundred. 

VOL. IV. 
Containing the Hundreds of East Flegg, West Flegg, and 
Forehoe. 
The Hundred of East Flegg, [a-r 3] 226 pages. 
The Hundred of West Flegg, [a-e 2] 59 pages. 
The Hundred of Forehoe, [a-o 7] 214 pages. 

PLATES. 

1. Castor Castle. Inscribed to John Bedingfield, Esq. M. 

Armstrong del. Royce sc. p. 18 of E. Flegg Hundred. 

2. Great Yarmouth. Inscribed to the Corporation of the Bo- 

rough of Great Yarmouth. B. Reading del. & sc. p. 61 
of E. Flegg Hundred. 

3. Wymondham Abbey. Inscribed to the Rt. Rev. the Bishop 

of Ely, Patron. M. Armstrong del. J. Thompson sc. 
p. 20 of the Hundred of Forehoe. 

4. Cossey Hall. Inscribed to Sir William Jerningham, Bart. 

J. Sanders del. J. Thompson sc, p. 55 of Forehoe Hun- 
dred. 

5. Easton Lodge, the Seat of Leonard Buxton, Esq. J. San- 

ders del. J. Thompson sc. p. 80 of Forehoe Hundred. 

VOL. V. 

Containing the Hundreds of Freebridge Lynn, Freebridge Marsh- 
Land, and Gallow. 
Freebridge Hundred and Half, [A-nd] 370 pages. 
Hundred of Gallow, [a-l2] 145 pages. 

N. B. Pages 57 to 96 inclusive of the Hundred of Freebridge 
are repeated with asterisks. 



960 NORFOLK. 

PLATES. 

1. A Map of the Great Level of the Fens, together with the 

Rivers that pass through the said Level into the Bay 
called Metaris JEstuarium. Inscribed to the Hon'''*' 
Corporation of the Bedford Level. Folded. Drawn by 
Kinderly, corrected by M. J. A. S. Pyle sc. p. 17 of 
Freebridge Hundred. 

2. Castle- Acre Monastery. Inscribed to Thomas William 

Coke, Esq. Knight of the Shire. Marcus Armstrong del. 
Royce sc. p. 76 of Freebridge Hundred. 

3. Castle-Acre Castle. Inscribed to Thomas William Coke, 

Esq. Knight of the Shire. M. Armstrong del. Royce sc. 
p. 85 of Freebridge Hundred. 

4. Rising Castle. Inscribed to the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Suf 

folk. B. Reading del. & sc. p. 103 of Freebridge Hun- 
dred. 

5. Lynn Regis. Inscribed to the Corporation of the Borough 

of Lynn Regis. J. Royce sc. p. l67 of Freebridge 
Hundred. 

6. Middleton Castle. Inscribed to Mr. Benoni Mallet, Lord 

and Patron. J. Barber del. J. Thompson sc. p. 242 of 
Freebridge Hundred. 

7. Portrait of Sir Robert Walpole, B'- afterwards Earl of Orford. 

B. Reading sc. p. 43 of Gallow Hundred. 

8. Houghton. Inscribed to the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Orford. 

M. A. del. Pagesc. p. 49 of Gallow Hundred. 

VOL. VI. 

Containing the Hundreds of North Greenhoe, South Greenhoe, 
Grimshoe, and Guiltcross. 

The Hundred of N. Greenhoe, [a-h 8] 113 pages. 
The Hundred of S. Greenhoe, [a-i 8] 144 pages. 
The Hundred of Grimshoe, [a-h 7] 126 pages. 
The Hundred of Guiltcross, [a-l3] 158 pages. 

PLATES. 

1. Binham Priory. Marcus Armstrong del. Page sc. p. 7 of 

N. Greenhoe Hundred. 

2. The North and South Elevation of Holkham Hall, the Seat 

of Thomas William Coke, Esq. M.P. Folded. R. Bald- 
win del. J. Page sc. p. 30 of N. Greenhoe Hundred. 

3. Stif key Hall. Inscribed to the Rt. Hon'^''= Lord Viscount 

Townshend. H. Repton del. J. Page sc. p. 66. {Not 
in the printed list of plates,) 



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4. (Great) Walsingham Priory, in tiic Garden of Henry Lee 

Warner, Esq. to whom tlii.s Plate is inscribed. H. Rep- 
ton del. J. Page se. p. 8S of N. Greenhoe Hundred. 

5. South View of (Little) Walsingham Friery. Inscribed to 

Henry Lee Warner, Esq. H. Repton del. J. Page sc. 
p. 94 of N. Greenhoe Hundred. 

6. Hilborowe Park-House. Inscribed to Ralph Cauldwell, 

Esq. F. Martin del. J, Page sc. p. 33 of S. Greenhoe' 
Hundred. 

7. Portrait of Sir Henry Spelman, Kn'' of Narbur^h. B. Read- 

ing sc. p. 54 of S. Greenhoe Hundred. 

VOL. VII. 

Containing the Hundreds of Happing, Henstead^ Holt, Humble- 
yard, and Loddon. 
The Hundred of Happing, [a-f] 74 pages. 
The Hundred of Henstead, [a-i] 1 1 8 pages. 
The Hundred of Holt, [a-i] 121 pages. 
The Hundred of Humble-yard, [a-i 8] 1 23 pages. 
The Hundred of Loddon, [a-gS] 102 pages. 

PLATES. 

1 . Bixley Hall, the Seat of Lord Roseberry, to whom this 

Plate is inscribed. Pack del. Page sc. p. 12 of Hen- 
stead Hundred. 

2. The Fe?ita Icenorum of the Romans, now Castor. Drawn 

Sept. 7*' 1778. M. J. Armstrong del. S. Pyle sc. p. 22 
of Henstead Hundred. 

3. KirbyBedon. Inscribed to Sir John Berney, Bart. J.Thomp- 

son sc. p. 39 of Henstead Hundred. 

4. Melton Constable, the Seat of Sir Edward Astlev, Bart. 

H. Repton del. J. Woodyer sc. p. 83 of Holt Hundred. 

5. Langley House, the Seat of Sir Thomas Beauchamp Proc- 

tor, Bart. M. J. A. del. J. Page sc. p. 61 of Loddon 
Hundred. {Not in the printed list of Plates.) 

VOL. VIII. 

Containing the Hundreds of Launditch, Mitford^ and Shrop- 

ham. 
The Hundred of Launditch, [a-n 3] 1 98 pages. 
The Hundred and Half of Mitford, [a-g 7] 102 pages. 
The Hundred of Shropham, [a-o 3] 206 pages, ending with the 
catchword " History". 



962 NORFOLK. 

PLATES. 

1. Portrait of Sir Edward Coke, Kn^ Lord Chief Justice. 

B. Reading sc. p. 168 of Launditch Hundred, 
a. Quebec Castle. Inscribed to Sir John Odingseles Leeke, 

B^ Marcus Armstrong del. J.Roycesc. p. 20 of Mit- 

ford Hundred. 

3. Ditchingham Hall, Inscribed to Philip Bedingfield, Esq. 

Butcher del. B. Reading sc. p. 39 of Mitford Hun- 
dred. 

4. Letton Hall, the Seat of Thornhaugh Gurdon, Esq. M.J. 

A. del. J. Page sc. ]i. 43 of Mitford Hundred. 

5. Buckenham S' Andrews. Inscribed to Francis Head, Esq. 

M. Armstrong del. Page sc. p. 76 of Shropham Hun- 
dred. 

6. Amulets hung round tiie Breasts of the Druid Priests in 

Sacrifice. Inscribed to the Rev. Geo. Burton, Rector of 
Elden. p. 133 of Shropham Hundred. 

7. An Embossment of a Danish Sliield. Inscribed to the Rev. 

Geo. Burton, p. 197 of Shropham Hundred. 

VOL. IX. 

Containing the Hundreds of Smithdon, Taverham, Tunstead, 
Walsham, and Wayland. 

The Hundred of Smithdon, [a-p4] 120 pages. 
The Hundred of Taverham, [a-h 2] 95 pages. 
The Hundred of Tunstead, [a-h] 1 1 6 pages. 
The Hundred of Walsham, [a-d 2] 52 pages. 
The Hundred of Wayland, [a-h 8] 1 15 pages. 

PLATES. 

1. Edmund, King of the East Angles, landing at Hunstanton. 

Dodd del. Page sc. p. 34 of Smithdon Hundred. 

2. Portrait of Sir Roger L'Estrange, Knt. B. Reading sc. 

p. 49 of Smithdon Hundred. 

3. Mount Ameha. Inscribed to Richard Gardiner, Esq. J. W. 

del. J. Rovce sc. p. 68 of Smithdon Hundred. 

4. Bromholme Priory. Inscribed to Miles Branthwayte, Esq. 

Patron. M. Armstrong del. J. Thompson sc. p. 12 of 
Tunstead Hmidred. 

5. Beeston Hall. Inscribed to Jacob Preston, Esq. M.Arm- 

strong del. J. Page sc. p. 28 of Tunstead Hundred. 

6. Westwick House, the Seat of John Berney Petre, Esq. 

M.Armstrong del. Royce sc. p. 103 of Tunstead Hun- 
dred. 



NORFOLK. 963 

VOL. X. 

Containing the City and Connty of Norwich. 
Title-pa£;e as in Vohnne T. 
Half Title, " The History of Norwich." 
Introduction, [a 2-h 2] p. iii-xx. 

The History of the City of Norwich, [a-kU 4] 4 99 pages. 

PLATES. 

1. North East Prospect of the City of Norwich. Inscrihed to 

the Mayor and Corporation. Marcus Armstrong del. 
J. Royce sc. p. iii. of the Introduction. 

2. Plan of the City of Norwich, with tlie Arms of the See and of 

the City. — Elevation of the New Chapel in St. George's. 
— Guildhall, Assembly House, and Theatre Royal. In- 
scribed to Roger Kerrison, Esq. Mayor, 1779. Folded. 
J. Thompson sc. p. 1. 

3. Robert Kett, sitting under the Oak of Reformation, assum- 

ing Regal Authority. Wale del. Page sc. p. 120. 

4. South West Prospect of the Cathedral ; with the Arnrrs of 

the Bishopric and Deanery. Folded, p. 225. 

5. Norwich Cathedral, seen through ErpinghamGate. Inscrihed 

to the Rt. Rev. the Lord Bishop of Norwich, p. 240. 

6. Norwich Castle. Inscribed to the Gentlemen in the Com- 

mission of the Peace for the County of Norfolk, p. 302. 

7. The Bank. Inscribed to Mr. Bartlett Gurnev. Marcus 

Armstrong del. p. 379. 

8. Norfolk and Norwich Hospital. Inscribed to the Governors. 

T. Malton del. J. Page sc. p. 494. 

IV. 

A Description of the Diocese of Norm'icti : or 

the present State of Norfolk and Suffolk; giviiitr an 
Account of the Situation, Extent, Trade, and Cus- 
toms of the City of Norwich in particular, and of 
the several Market Towns in those two Counties, ac- 
cordmg to alphabetical Order. By a Gentleman of 
the Inner Temple, and Native of the Diocese of 
Norwich. 

" Nescio qua mitale. solum dulcedine ctinctos 

Ducit, et immemores 7wn sinit esse sui." Ovid. 

London : Printed for T. Cooper, at the Globe in Paternoster 
Row, 1735. Octavo, 68 pages, including the Title-page and 
Preface. 



964^ NORFOLK. 

A General Rate for the County of Norfolk. 

Norwich : Printed by William Chase, in the Cockey Lane. 
MDCcxLiii. Octavo, 34 pages. 

VI. 

A State of Facts in Defence of His Majesty's Right 
to certain Fee-farm Rents in the County of Norfolk. 
(By P. C. Webb, Esq.) 

London : Printed in the Year mdcclvui. Quarto, [b-m 4] 

88 pages. 

VIL 

An Alphabetical List of the Names of the several 
Parishes and Hamlets in the County of Nor- 
folk, shewing the different Hundreds to which they 
respectively belong. 

Norwich : Printed in the Year 1768. Duodecimo. 

VIII. 

The Norfolk Tour ; or Traveller's Pocket Compa- 
nion : being a concise Description of all the prin- 
cipal Towns, Noblemen's and Gentlemen's Seats, 
and other remarkable Places in the County of Nor- 
folk ; compiled from the most authentic Historians 
and modern Travellers, corrected to tiie })resentTime. 
To which is added an Lidcv Fiilaris for the County. 
The Sixth Edition, greatly enlarged and im- 
proved. 

" Nescio qua nutate solum dulcedine cunclos 
Ducii, et immeiiwres non s'mit esse sui.*^ 

I'riiited for and sold by R. Beatniffe, Norwich. MDCCCVIII. 
(First printed in 1772.) Dttorfecmo, 399 pages. 

With a folded Map of the County, engraved by Neele. 



NORFOLK. 965 

IX. 

Specimens of the Architectural Antiquities of Nor- 
folk; in ten Numbers, containing Sixty highly finish- 
ed Etchings, representing Exterior and Interior Views 
of the most celebrated Kemains of Antiquity in the 
County: accompanied with suitable Descriptions. By 
John Sell Cotman, Author of a Volume of Mis- 
cellaneous Etchings. 

Yarmouth: Printed by J. Keymer, King Street. 1812-181-. 
Imperial folio. 

PLATES. 

1. South Gate, Yarmouth. Dedicated to Dawson Turner, 

Esq. F.R. & A.S. 

2. Saxon Arches in the Tower of Castle Rising Church. De- 

dicated to John Gurney, Esq. 

3. The North West Tower, Yarmouth. 

4. Yarmouth Priory. 

5. The Tower of W. Dereham Church. Dedicated to Tho- 

mas Harvey, Esq. 

6. South Door Little Snoring Church. Dedicated to the 

Rev. H. N. Astley, M.A. 

7. Chapel of Houghton in the Dale. Dedicated to William 

Stevenson, Esq. F.S.A. 

8. The late Vicarage House, Methwould. Dedicated to the 

Rev. John Gooch, M.A. F.S.A. Archdeacon of Sudbury. 

9. Interior of South Rungton Church. Dedicated to the Rev** 

Robert Forby, M.A. 

10. The South Door-way, and the Corbel-table round the 

Chancel of Wimbotsham Church. Dedicated to the 
Rev'' Cha= Sutton, D.D. 

11. St. Laurence's Well (Norwich), Dedicated to Edward 

Rigby, Esq. F.L.S. 

1 2. Part of the Refectory of Walsingham Abbey. Dedicated 

to Henry Lee Warner, Esq. 

13. West Front of Binham Priory. Dedicated to the R' Hon"* 

Horatio Earl of Orford. 

14. South Front of Binham Priory. — Capitals and Architrave of 

the West Doorway. — Ornaments on the West Front. 

15. Interior of the Chapel on the Mount, Lynn. Dedicated to 

the Revd Edward Edwards, M.A. & F.S.A. 

16. Bromholm Priory. 

PART II. 6h 



966 NORFOLK. 

17. S. Door-way (of) Rungtou Holme Church. Dedicated to 

Francis Chohiieley, Esq. 
IS. Font in Walsingliam Church. Dedicated to the Rev"^ John 

Homfray, B.A. F.A.S. 

19. Walsingham Abbey Gate. Dedicated to Edmond Wode- 

house, Esq. 

20. Middleton Tower (Lvnn). Dedicated to John Nichols, 

Esq. F.A.S. Lond. Edin. & Perth. 

21. South Porch of Arminghall Hall. Dedicated to the R' 

Hon'''*^ (the) Earl of Roseberry. 

22. Door-way of Wroxham Church. Dedicated to Frank 

Sayers, M.D. 

23. View of Wymondham Church. Dedicated to the Rev'* 

Tho^ Talbot, M.A. 

24. West Front of Castle Acre Priorv. Dedicated to Thomas 

William Coke, Esq. M.P. 

25. East View of the Gateway of St. Rennet's Abbey. Dedi- 

cated to Mrs. Dawson Turner. 

26. Castle Rising Castle. Dedicated to R. Howard^ Esq. LL.D. 

27. Castle Rising Castle. 

28. Castle Acre Priory. 

29. Part of East Barsham House. Dedicated to Sir Jacob 

Henry Astley, Bart. M.P. 

30. Wallington Hall. Dedicated to Henry Bell, Esq. 

31. North East View of Gillingham Church. Dedicated to Miss 

Schutz, of Gillingham Hall. 

32. South Door-way of Thwayt Church. Dedicated to the Rev*^ 

Richard Dreyer, LLB. 

33. South Porch of' West Walton Church. Dedicated to W. J. 

Hooker, Esq. F.R.S. & F.L.S. 

34. Tower of West Walton Church. Dedicated to Henry Hare 

Townsend, Esq. 
33. West Front of Castle Rising Church. Dedicated to the 
Revi William Fawssett, M.A. Rector of Castle Rising. 

36. Oxburgh Hall. Dedicated to Sir Richard Bedingfeld, Bart. 

37. The Tower of Toft Church. Dedicated to Arthur Taylor, 

Es(i. 

38. The Tower of Hadiscoe Church. Dedicated to the Rev*^ 

Thomas Ellison, M.A., Rector. 

39. The South Door-way, Hadiscoe Church. Dedicated to 

William Dalrymple, Esc). 

40. The Bishop's Palace Gate, Norwich. Dedicated to the 

Right Rev*" Father in God Henry Lord Bp. of Norwich. 



NORFOLK. 967 

41. The South Porch of the Church of Walpole St. Peter. De- 

dicated to the Rcv^' Robert Walpole, M.A. 

42. Thorp Chapel, St. Michael's Church in Coslany, Norwich. 

Dedicated to William Smith, Esq. M.P. 

43. Gateway of St. Mary Wiggenhall. Dedicated to the Rev'^ 

Robert Hankinson, M.A. 

44. South Gate, Lyiui. Dedicated to Daniel Gurney, Escj. 

45. West P"nd of Suettisham Church. Dedicated to Henry 

Stylenian, Es(|. 

46. Castor (Castre) Castle. Dedicated to the Rev'^ Benj.Wim- 

berley Salmon, Rector of Castor. 

47. South Porch of St. Nicholas Chapel, Lyim. Dedicated to 

the Rev'^ Stephen Allen. 

48. West Front of Saint Margaret's Church, Lynn. Dedicated 

to the Very Rev'' Joseph Turner, D.D. and the Rev'' the 
Chapter of Norwich. 

N. B. This very interesting publication is not yet coiupleted: 
and the author has promised that the last number shall contain 
explanatory letter-press. 

X. 

Engravings of the most remarkable of the Sepul- 
chral Brasses in the County of Norfolk ; 
tending to illustrate the Ecclesiastical, jNlilitary, and 
Civil Costume of former Ages, as well as to pre- 
serve Memorials of the most ancient Families in that 
County. By John Sell Cotman, Author of a 
Volume of IVIiscellaneous Etchings, and of the Archi- 
tectural Antiquities of Norfolk. 

Printed and published by J. Keymer, Yarmouth; also by the 
Author, Southtowii, near Yarmouth. 1813-181-. Imperial 
quarto. 

PLATES. 

1. A Brass, in Ketteringham Church, of Sir Henry Grey, and 

of J one his Wife. 

2. A Brass, in Clippesby Church, of John Clippesby and Ju- 

liana his Wife, 1594. 

3. A Brass, in Felbrigg Church, in memory of Jane Couings- 

bie, 1608. 

4. A Brass, in West Lynn Church, 1303. 

5. Edward Whvte and Wife in Shottisham Church, 1528. 



968 N oil FOLK. 

6. Sir William Keicle&ton and his Lady Cecilia, in Reepham 

Church. 

7. A Brass in Necton Church. 

8. A Bruss, late in Ingliam Church, for Lady Ela, Wife of 

Stapleton. 

9. A Brass, late in Ingham Church, for Joan, y^ Wife of Sir 

John Plays. 

10. Three Figures, from an Impression of a Brass late in Ing- 

ham Church. 

11. Two Figures, from a Brass late in Ingham Church. 

12. Peter Hede, Esc;, in St. Peter's Mancroft Church, Norwich. 

13. John Athowe, Rector of Hornyngtofte, 1531, in Brisley Ch. 

14. Two Figures in St. Mary's Church, Coslany, Norwich. 

15. A Brass in Blickling Church. 

16. Thomas de Grey, Esquire, 1562, in Merton Church. 

17. Rohert Rugge and Elizahcth his Wife, 1558, in St. John's 

Madder- market Church, Norwich. 
IS. Figure in St. Ste];hen's Church, Norwich. 

19. Johanna Braham, 1510, in Frense Church. 

20. Thomas Windham, Esquire, 1599, in Felbrigg Church. 

21. A Brass (a Priest) in St. Stephen's Church, Norwich. 

22. A Brass (another Priest) in St. Stephen's Church, Norwich. 

23. John Bltnhayset, 1510, in Frense Church. 

24. A Brass in St. John's Madder-market Church, Norwich. 

25. A Brass for William Layer, Mayor in 1537, and his Wife, 

in St. Andrew's Church, Norwich. 

26. John Aberfeld, Rector, in Great Cressingham Church. 

27. A Female Brass in Felbrigg Church. 

28. Thomas Holl, 1630, in Heigham Church, Norwich. 

29. John Todenham, in St. John's Madder-market Church. 

30. A Brass in Hockwold Church. 

31. Margaret Pettwode, 1514, in St. Clement's Church, Nor- 

wich. 

32. Edmund Clcre, Knt. and Elizabeth his Wife, 1484, in 

Stokesby Church. 

33. Robert Goodwyn and Family, 1532, in Necton Church. 

34. Richard Rysle," Esquire, and Thomasine his Wife, 1497, in 

Great Cressingham Church. 

35. John Wodehouse and Wife in Kimberley Church. 

36. John Marsham, Mayor of Norwich, and Family in St. John's 

Madder-market Church, Norwich. 

37. A Brass fur the Wife of William de Wynston, in Necton 

Church. 



NORFOLK. 969 

36. Svmon de Felbiig and Family in Felbrigjs; Churcli. 

39. A Brass in West Herling Church, for William Berdewell, 

Es(i. and Margaret his Wife, 1508. 

40. John Symonds, and Agnes his Wife, and Family, in Cley 

Church. 

41. Ann, Wife of Peter Rede, Esq. 1577, in I^t. Margaret's 

Church, Norwich. 
4 2. John Burton, I6O8, in Burgh Church. 

43. Galfridus Langley, Prior of St. Faith the Virgin, at ^^■ors- 

ham St. Laurence Church, Norwich. 

44. Roger Felthorp and Family, in Blickling Clau'ch. 

45. John Clark, Mayor, 15-27, in St. Andrew's Cliurch, Norwich. 

46. Thomas Leman, 1534, in SouUi Acre Church. 

47. Hcnrv Notiugham, Escj. and V.'ife, in Holm bv the Sea 

Churcli. 

48. Sir Edward Warner, 1565, Little Phunstede Church. 

49. Lady Phiiii)j)a de Beauchamp, Necton Church. 

50. Sir Ralnli bhelton and Ladv, Great Snoring Church. 

51. Sir William Calthorpe, Burnham Thorpe Chrirch. 

52. Richard Calthorp, Esquire, and Family, Autingham Cluuch. 

53. William Berdewell and Elizabeth his Wife, in West Herling 

Church. 

54. A Brass for one of the Hastings Family in Elsiug Church. 

55. John Browne, Esquire, and Winifred his Sister, in the 

Church of St. John the Baptist, Ber-street, Norwich. 

56. William de Grey, Esquire, and Family, in Merton ('hurch. 
N. B. The style in which these Etchings are executed will be 

of itself a sufficient inducement to procure them a place in every 
extensive lit)rary; but the work will be more particularly valu- 
able to the Genealogist and the Antiquary. It is still in course 
of publication; and, like the preceding article by the same inge- 
nious author, will be accom])anied by e\j)!anatory letter-press in 
the concluding number. 

XI. 

Norfolk Scf,xery : l)eing a Collection of Views in the 
County of Norfolk. Drawn and etched ijv Robert 
Dixox, of Norwich, 1810-11. Oblong (/uarto. 

1. An ancient House at Heigham, Norwich, date 1 61 5. 

2. Bishop Bridge, Norwich. 

3. Cottage on the Eaton Road, Norwich. 

4. Porch of the Free School, Norwich. 

5. The late Entrance to Ber-Street, Norwich. 

6. The Black Tower, Norwich. 



970 NORFQLK. 

7. South Gate, Yarmouth. 

8. The Grey Friars Tower, Lynn, as it apiDcared in 1801. 

9. Remains of the Priory, Beeston Regis. 

10. Beeston Priory. 

1 1 . Caistor (Castre) Castle. 

12. Lakenham Church. 

13. Remains of Beckham Abbev. 

14. Ayhricrton Church. 

15. The Okl Church, Kirby Bedoii. 

1 6. Sketch at Pulham Market. 

17. West Tower, Wymondham Church. 

18. Cottage at Wymondham. 

1 9. Remains of the Citadel, Castle Acre. 

20. Needham. 

21. Cottage at Needham. 

22. Whithngham Church. 

23. Sketch on Cromer Beach. 

24. Cottage at Cromer. 
23. Beach Scene, Cromer. 

25. Cromer Mill. 

27. Cottage at Overstrand. 

28. Fishermens Cottages on the Cliff, Overstrand. 

29. Beach Scene. 

30. Sketch at Bramerton. 

31. Sketch near Hockering. 

32. Sketch at Mulbarton. 

33. Cottages at Waybourne. 

34. Cottage at Diss. 

35. Cottages at Swanton. 

36. Beach Scene. 

XII. 
IIYDRIOTAPHIA: UiiN-BtrRiALL ; or a Dis- 
course of the Sepulchrall Urnes lately found 
in Norfolk : together with the Ciarden of Cyrus, 
or tile Quincunciall Lozenge, or Net-work Planta- 
tions of the Ancients, artilicially, naturally, mystically 
considered ; with sundry Observations. By (Sir) 
TiioiNiAs Bro\vne, D. of Physick. 

London : Printed for Hen. Brome, at the Signe of the Gun, in 

Ivy Lane. 1658. Octavo. 
Title-page as above. 
The Epi.stle Dedicatory to his worthy and honoured Friend Tho- 



NORFOLK. 971 

mas Le Gros, of Crostwick, Esquire, dated Norwich, May i, 
6 pages. 

A second Dedication to Nicholas Bacon, of Gillingham, Esq. 
5 pages. 

The Discourse, with " The Ciardcn of Cyrus," [b-o 6] 202 
pages (misprinted 102). The Volume concludes with an Ad- 
dress from the Stationer to the Reader, and List of Books. 

Four of the Urns, engraved on one Plate, forms the Frontis- 
piece. — The Quincunciall Lozenge forms p. 83-6. 
N. B. The Fourth Echtion was printed in 1736, in octavo, 

containing 60 pages, for " E. C'urll, at Pope's Head, in Rose 

Street, Covent Garden ;" with an Engraving of Five Urns as a 

Frontispiece. 

XIII. 
MERCURIUS CENTRALIS: or a Discourse 
of subterraneal Cockle, Muscle, and Oyster Shells 
found in the Digging of a Well at Sir William Doy- 
lies, (at Shotesham,) in Norfolk, many Foot under 
Ground, and at considerable Distance from the Sea. 
By T. Lawrence, A.M. 

London, 1664. Duodecimo. 

XIV. 

An Essay on the Contour of the Coast of Nor- 
folk. By M. J. Armstrong. 
Norwich, 1791. Quarto. 

XV. 

The Rural Economy of Norfolk ; comprising the 
Management of landed Estates, and the present 
Practice of Husbandry in that County. By ]\Ir. 
Marshall. Tlie Second Edition. In Two 
Volumes. 

London : Printed for G. Nicol, Pall Mall, mdccxcv. Octavo. 
Volume \. containing 424 pages; and Vol. II. 412 pages. 

XVI. 

General View of the Agriculture of the County 
of Norfolk ; with Observations for the Means of 



972 NORroLK {City of Norwich). 

its Improvement. Drawn up for the Consideration 
of the Board of Agriculture and internal Improve- 
ment, by Nathaniel Kext, of Fulham, Middle- 
sex ; with additional Remarks from several respect- 
able Gentlemen and Farmers. 

" Yc generous Britons, venerate the phmgh." TIIOJISON'. 

Printed at the Norfolk Press by Grouse, Stevenson, and Mat- 
chett, Market Place, Norwich, for George Nicol, Pall Mall, 
London. 1796. Oc/owo, 253 pages. 

With Three Plates, and a folded Sketch of the County of Nor- 
folk, explanatory of the Situation of the Hundreds, Towns, 
and Course of the Rivers, engraved by J. Ninham. 

XVII. 

General View of the Agriculture of the Couxty 
of Norfolk. Drawn up for the Consideration of 
the Board of Agriculture and internal Improvement. 
By the Secretary of the Board (Arthur Young, 
Esq.) 

London : Printed by B. IVI'^Milian, Bow- Street, Covent-Gar- 
den, for G, and W. Nicol. 1804. Octavo, 532 pages. 

With a folded Map, coloured, of the Soil of Norfolk, engraved 
by Neele, and Six Plates, only four of which are numbered. 



NORWICH. 

I. 
Alexandri Nevylli Angli, Do Furorihus Norfolci- 
ensiuin, Kctto Duce, Liber unus. (accessit) Eiusdem 
Nor VIC us. 

LoNDiNi, ex Officina Henrici Biiniemani Typographi. Anno 

Salutis humanie cu.u.LXXV. Quarto. 
Title-page as above, within a broad Border. On the reverse the 

Arms of Archbishop Parker. 
Latin Verses on the Death of Abp. Parker, &c. [a 2-a 4] G pages. 



:^^ORFOLK (City of Norwich). gi/^ 

Dedication to Edmund (Grindal), Archbishop of York, [b] 

5 pages. 
Epistle to Matthew (Parker), Archbishop of Canterbury, [a-b] 

10 pages. 
De Furoribus Norfolciensium Ketto Duce, Lib. I. [sii-vii] 

p. 11-36. 
Title-page, within the same border as before, with the same 

Arms on the reverse: ^^Alexandri Nevylli Angh, Norvicus." 
jid Lectorem^ 5 pages. — Latin Verses, 3 pages. — Errata, 1 page. 
ALexandri Nevylli Nor wicus, [Aa-ccciiii] 207 pages. 
Nomina Praetorum (quos Maiores vocant) et Vicecomitum Nor- 

wicensium ab Anno primo Henrici quarti ad decimum sextum 

EHzabethae Reginae, 12 pages. 

Errors of paging: — pages 79, 78 for 78, 79; — pp. 86, 87 for 
82, 83 ;— pp. 82, 83 for 86, 37 ;— p. QQ for 96.— In the " JVbr- 
wicus," p. 45 for 47;— p. 140 for 136. 

With an engraved Map of the Descent of the British and Saxon 

Kings. 

N. B. The Arms and Map were executed by R. Lyne and 
Rem. Hogenbergius, Servants to Archbishop Parker in 1374, to 
whom Nevill was Secretary. — Gougli. 

*^* This was hkewise printed by Henry Binneman, in small 
octavo, in 1582, without the Map and Arms, at the end of Oc- 
\2Ct\di&'^^ Anglorum Praeha ab A. Dom. 1327 usque ad Ann. 1 538,'* 
120 pages, exclusive of the Title. 

II. 

Norfolk Furies and their Foyle, vnder Kett, tlieir 
accursed Captaine. With a Description of the fa- 
mous Citie of Norwich, and a Catalogue of the se- 
uerall Gouernours thereof, from the Dayes of King 
Edred, with the Succession of Bishops there since the 
Translation of the Sea thither, with other memorable 
Accidents. Englished by Rich. Woods, Minister of 
Fretnam, out of the Latine Copie of Alexander Ne- 
uyll. 

" Had Zimri Peace." 2 King. ix. 31. 
London : Printed for Edmund Casson, dwelling in Norwich ; 
and are to bee sold at his Shop in the Market Stead, at the 

PART II. 6 I 



S74 NORFOLK {Citij of Norwich), 

Signe of the Bible. 1623. Quarto. (First printed in 1615, 
also in quarto -, and in 1 702 in duodecimo.) 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to Sir Thomas Hiren, Knt. Maior of Norwich, and 

to the Aldermen and Sheriffes, signed R. W. 
To the Christian Reader, 4 pages. 
Norfolkes Furies, &;c. [b-p3] 1 10 pages. 

III. 

The History of the Rebellion in Norfolk, m the 
Year 1549, which was conducted by Rob. Kett, a 
Tanner by Trade at Wymondham : their final Over- 
throw, on the 27"^ of August, by the Conduct and 
valiant Behaviour of the noble Earl of Warwick. 

Norwich : Printed for Robert Davy, near St. Giles's Gates, 
\lb\. Octavo J 40 pages. 

IV. 

A True Description of the City of Norwich, 
both in its ancient and modern State, being collected 
out of the choicest MSS. and authentick Authors. 

Norwich : Printed for E. Burgess, 1 706. Quarto. Printed 
likewise in octavo in the same Year, entitled " A Short His- 
tory of the City of Norwich," &c. 

V. 

A Com PLEAT History of the Famous City of Nor- 
wich, from the earliest Account to this present Year 

1728. 

Shewing the Situation, Manufactures, Churches, and other 
publick Buildings ; Markets, Fairs, Courts of Judica- 
ture, Parishes, Divisions into Wards, &c. with the Man- 
ner and Times of chusing the Magistrates ; and a large 
Chronology of the most remarkable Occurrences which 
have happened in or near the City. Also an exact List of 
all the Bishops, Mayors, and Sheriffs that have served in 
and for the said City; and a particular Account of the pre- 
sent Court of Aldermen, and Common- Council Men leist 



NORFOLK (City ofNonvich). $7S 

chosen, with the respective Wards for which they serve. 
Likewise a List of the Posts and Carriers going from this 
City ; shewing the Places and Days, where and when 
they go out, and the Towns they go to. Also a List of 
the present Bishops and Deans in England ; and of all 
the Judges in the Courts of Chancery, King's Bench, 
Common Pleas, and Exchecjuer. To which is annexed 
an exact Map of the City ; wherein the several Streets, 
Lanes, River, Churches, and other Places of Note are 
perfectly described in their proper Situation. The 
whole being the most useful and authentick Collection of 
any extant. Published at the Request of several inge- 
nious Gentlemen, Citizens, and other curious Persons. 
London : Printed for John and James Knapton, Booksellers, in 
St. Paul's Church Yard, mdccxxviii. Octavo, 38 pages. 

With a New INIapp of the City of Norwich. John Hoyle sc. 

Folded. 

VI. 

An Appendix to the Chronological History of 
the Famous City of Norwich : containing many 
memorable Particulars not mentioned in the First 
Part of that History ; taken from an authentick Ma- 
nuscript found in the Study of a late noted Antiquary 
in the County of Norfolk. To which is added an 
Abridgment of Neville's I'uries of Norfolk, or an 
accurate Account of Rett's Rebellion, m the Reign 
of King Edward the Sixth, 

Norwich : Printed and sold by William Chase, in the Cockey 
Lane, 1728. Octavo, beginning with signature f2, page 41 
to p. 62. — The " Norfolk Furies" then commence with p. I 
top. 19. 

vn. 

The Records of Norwich : in Two Parts ; contain- 
ing a View of the most noted Monuments and In- 
scriptions that are or have been in the Cathedr-al 
Church of Norwich, and the several Chapels adjoin- 
ing. Also an Account of all the Bishops : nhen they 



976 NORFOLK {City of Norwich). 

died, where buried, and whither removed ; and for 
what they were most remarkable. With many other 
Particulars worth tlie Observation of the Curious. 

London : Printed for and sold by Robert Goodman, near tbe 
Mitre on the Upper Walk, in the Market Place, Norwich, 
1736-1738. Duodecimo. 

VIII. 

An authentick History of the antient City of Nor- 
wich, from its Foundation to its present State. Col- 
lected from the best Accounts, both in Print and Msl- 
nuscript, to this present Year 1738. Describing its 
Situation, Division into Wards, antient Fabricks, 
Number of Parishes, Houses, and Inhabitants. Com- 
plete Lists of all the Bishops, Mayors, and Sheriffs ; 
and a Chronicle of all the memorable Accidents which 
liave happened for above a Thousand Years. With 
an exact List of all the Posts, Carriers, Coaches, 
Barges, and Wherries coming to this City ; shewing 
their Places of setting up, and Days of coming in and 
going out, the To^vns they go to, and their Distances 
from Norwich. The like not extant. By Tho. El- 

DRIDGE, F.C.N. 

Norwich : Printed for the Author, in St. Gregory's Church- 
yard. (1738.) Octavo J 32 Tpagcs. 

IX. 

The History of the City and County of Nor- 
wich, from the earliest Accounts to the present 
Time. In Two Parts. 

Norwich : Printed by John Grouse ; and sold by M. Booth, 
Bookseller, in tlie Market Place, mdcclxviii. Octavo, 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the Rt. Worshipful Thomas Starling, Esq. Mayor, 

the Sheriffs, Aldermen^ and Conuuon-Council of the City of 

Norwich. 



NORFOLK (City of Norwich). 977 

The History of Norwich, Part I. [fi-iibbs] 374 pages, (pages 

375-370" are blank.) 
The History of Norwich, Part H. commences with a Half Title, 

[ccc-00004] p. 377-647. 
Errata, 1 page, forming p. 648. 
The Index, printed in double cohmms, 4 pages. 

N. B. Page 23S for 2S5. 

PLATES. 

1 . The North East Prospect of the City of Norwich ; to which 

are subjoined the Names of the principal Buildings. 
Folded. (Kirkpatrick del.) Frontispiece. 

2. A North East Prospect of the New Theatre in Norwich. 

Folded, T. B. del. 1758. p. 349. 

3. A Sheet Plan of the Citv and County of Norwich, with 

Elevations of the Guild-Hall, New Chapel,- Assemblv 
House, Theatre, South West Prospect of the Catiiedral, 
and South East Prospect of the Castle. Dedicated to 
the Mayor and Corporation by Samuel King, Land Sur- 
veyor. Folded, p. 377. 

4. South West Prospect of the Cathedral, with the Arms of 

the Bishopric and Deanry. Folded, p. 3 79. 

5. Erpingham Gate, Norwich, p, 409. 

6. South East Prospect of the Castle, p. 446. 

7. Guild-Hall, and the City Arms. p. 489. 

8. Norwich Cross. Simpson fee. p. 494. 

N. B. Originally published in Numbers. 

X. 

The History and Antiquities of the Citv of 
Norwich, in the County of Norfolk. Collected 
from antient Records and other authentic Materials. 
By the Rev. Charles Parkix, A.M. Rector of 
Oxbur2;h. 

Lynn: Printed by W. Whittingham, for J. Robson, Bookseller, 
New Bond Street, (and) W. Lane, Leadenhall Street, Lon- 
don. MDCCLXXXiii. Octavo, [B-Rr4] 312 pages. 

With the South East Prospect of the City of Norwich, folded, 
as a Frontispiece. 
N. B. The Four first Numbers of The " New and Complete 
History of Norfolk," which was discontinued after Two Volumes 



978 NORFOLK {City of Noi^wich). 

were printed, in 1778, form the whole of this publication, with 
a new Title-page. 

XI. 

PosTTiu^ious Works of the learned Sir Thomas 
Browne, Is}. M.D. late of Norwich. Printed from 
his original INIanuscripts ; viz. 

I. Ueperlor'mm : or the Antiquities of the Cathedral 
Church of Norwich. 

II. An Account of some Urns, &c. found at Brampton in 
Norfolk, Anno 1607. 

III. Letters between Sir William Dugdale and Sir Tho. 
Browne. 

IV. Miscellanies. To which is prefixed his Life. There 
is also added Antiquitates Capellce D. Johannis Evan- 
gelistfe : hodicc Schoice Regies Norwicensis. Authore 
Johanne Burton, A.M. ejusdem Ludimagistro. 

Illustrated with Prosjjects, Portraitures, Draughts of 
Tombs, Monuments, &c. 

London : Printed for E. Curll, at the Dial and Bible ; and 
R. Gosling, at the Mitre, in Fleet Street. 1712. Octavo, (re- 
printed in 1721, with a new Preface.) 

Title-page as above. 

Preface, and Contents of this Volume, 2 pages. 
The Life of the Author, [a-e4] p. i-xl, en(ling with the catch- 
word " MiSCEL-" 
Tide-page : " Miscellanies written by Sir Thomas Browne, Kt. 

M.D. "late of Norwich," kc. 
Miscellanies; being an Account of Island, alias Ice-land, in the 

Year 1662, [a] p. 3-8. 
Title-page : " Reperiorium : or Some Account of the Tombs 

and Monuments in the Cathedral Church of Norwich," &c. 

with Bishop Hall's Account of the Sacrilegious Prophanation 

of this Church, in the Time of the Civil Wars, on the reverse 

of the Title-page. 
The Account of the Tombs and Monuments in the Cathedral in 

168O, [b-l] 74 pages. 
Index of the Persons Names mentioned in the Antiquities of 

Norwich, 4 pages. 
Concerning some Urncs found in Brampton Field in Norfolk, 

Ann. 1667, [a-b] 14 pages, mi^^printed 16. 



NORFOLK {City of Nonvich). 979 

Some Letters which passed between Mr. Dugdale and Dr. 

Browne, Ann, 1658, [a-gJ] 56 pages. 
Title-page: " Antiquitates Capellce D. Johannis Evangelistae : 

hodiae Scholse Regiae Norwicensis." 
De Schola Regia Norwicensi. — Appendix. — A Catalogue of the 

Bishops, Priors, Deans, Chancellors, and Prebendaries of the 

Cathedral Church of Norwich, to the Year 1712, and Errata, 

[a 2-h 4] 64 pages. 

N. B. Pages 1 1 and 12 of the Account of Urns are omitted, 

PLATES. 

1. Portrait of Sir Thomas Browne, Kt. M.D. M. V^' Gucht 

sc. To face the Title. 

2. Monument of Sir Thomas Browne, the Author, in the 

Church of St. Peter Mancroft. Inscribed to the Rev. 
Edw. Tennison, LL.D. J. Sturt sc. p. xix of the 
Life. 

3. Norwicensis Eccl. Cath. fades AiistraUs. Inscribed to the 

Rt. Rev. Charles (Trimnell), Lord Bishop of Norwich. 
Folded. H. Hulsbergh sc. p. 1 of the Account of Mo- 
numents in Norwich Cathedra). 

4. Monumental Pillar of Bishop Parkhurst. H. Hulsbergh sc. 

p. 3 of the Account of Monuments in Norwich Cathe- 
dral. 
,5. Monument of Sir James Hobart, Attorney- General to Kings 
Henry VII and VIII. p. 4. 

6. Bishop Goldwell's Monument. Inscribed to the Rt. Rev. 

John (Moore), Bishop of Ely. p. 6. 

7. Sir Thomas Erpingham and his two Ladies, as formerly 

painted in one of y« Windows of y'^ North Side of y^ 
Choir : also the Arms of S"^ Thomas Windham and his 
two Wives. Inscribed to Sir Hen. St. George, Knt. p. 8. 

8. Arms of Sir William Boleyn, Kt. &c. on flat Grave Stones; 

with the Arms of the Rt. Hon. William Ferdinand Lord 
Hunsdon, to whom this Plate is inscribed, p. 14. 
9-10. A Representation of the standing Herse used at Bishop 
Redman's publick Funeral, p. 16. 

11. Two Plates of Arms,*each containing Twelve Shields, p. 22. 

12. Erpingham Gate, Norwich. Inscribed to the Rt. Hon. 

Charles Lord Vise' Townshend. Folded. H. Huls- 
bergh sc. p. 24. 

13. Norwicensis Eccl. Cath. fades Occidentalis, Inscribed to 

S"^ Jacob Astley, Kt. and Bart, of Melton Constable. 
Folded. H. Hulsbergh sc. p. 25. 



980 NORroLK {City of Nonvich). 

J 4. Monument of Bishop Seamier, p. 38. 
13. Mrs. (Barbara) Astley's Monument. Inscribed to Hobart 
Astley, of Weybread, in Suffolk, Esq. p. 41. 

16. Monument of Bishop Overall. Inscribed to the Rt. Rev. 

William (Dawes), Lord Bishop of Chester. H. Huls- 
bergh sc. p. 48. 

17. Monument of Dr. Robert Pepper. Inscribed to John 

Moore, Esq. p. .b I . 
IS. Monument of Mr. William Inglott, Organist, p. 62. 
ly. Monument of Mr. Osbert Parsley, Musician. Inscribed to 

Mr. James Cooper, Organist, p. 67. 

20. Monument of Bishop Reynolds, p. 73, erroneously marked 

53 on the plate. 

2 1 . Monument of Bishop Sparrow. Inscribed to Peter Parham, 

M.D. of Norwich, p. 74. 

22. A Roman Urn found in Brampton Field, in the possession 

of, and the plate inscribed to, Dr. (afterwards Sir) Hans 
Sloane. p. 10 of the Account of Urns. 

23. Schola Regia Norwicensis. Folded. H. Hulsbergh sc. To 

face the Antiquities of the same. 
N. B. There are Large Paper copies of this publication. 

xir. 

An Account and Description of the Cathedral 
Church of the Holy Trinity, Norwich, and 
its Precincts. By P. Browne. The Second Edi- 
tion. 

Norwich: Printed by Bacon, Cockey Lane, 1807. Duode- 
cimo^ 57 pages. With a folded Table of the Chronology of 
the Church. 

XIII. 

An Essay on the Antiquity of the Castel of Nor- 
wich, its Founders and Governors, from the Kings 
of the East Angles down to modern Times. (By 
Thornhagh Gurdon, Esq. Author of the History 
of the High Court of Parliament.) 

Norwich : Printed in the Year 1728. Octavo. 

XIV. 
An Abstract of several Acts of Parliament re- 
lating to the City of Norwich : — 1. The Act for 



TSOYiVOi.^ (City of Nonvich), 981 

the erecting of a Work-house for maintaining the 
Poor.' — 2. For the enhghtning the Streets. — 3. For 
erecting a Court of Conscience in the said City. 
Pubhshed by Order of the Clerk of the Workhouse. 
Norwich, 17 13. Duodecimo. 

XV. 

An Award of King Charles I. under his broad 
Seal, settling Two Shillings of the Pound out of the 
Rents of the Houses in Norwich, for the Main- 
tainance of the Parochial Clergy of that Cit}', in heu 
of personal Tythes ; with a Treatise vindicating the 
Legality and Justice of that Award, and shewing 
that personal Tythes, in lieu of what the said Pay- 
ment of ^2s. of the Pound was awarded, are still due 
by the Law of the Land, although they have been 
unjustly substracted ever since the Q"'^ and 3^^^ of 
King Edward the 6'^, which took away the Oath 
whereby they were to be proved, and that there is a 
necessity of again restoring them, or settling some- 
thing else in lieu of them, for the IMaintainance of 
Ministers in the Cities and larger Towns of the Realm. 
By Humphry Pride aux, D.D. Dean of Norwich. 

London, 1707. Quarto. Reprinted in a Collection of Tracts 
published by the Author in 1 7 1 6, in octavo, and again, sepa- 
rately, in 1775. 

XVL 

A Companion to St. Andrews Hall in the City 
of Norwich ; giving a concise Description of that 
ancient Building, a Catalogue of the Pictures con- 
tained therein, and the Names of the Artists by 
whom they were painted, brought down to the Year 
1808. 

Norwich : Printed and sold by J. W. H. Payne, Market Place. 
Octavo, 32 pages. 

PART II. 6 K 



P52 NOKl-OLK {T/ictford). 

XVII. 

A New Catalogue of the Books in the Publick 
Library m the City of Nomvicii in the Year 
1732 : To which is added an Account of the Orders 
presented by the Court and Common Council for the 
Regulation of the same ; together with an Account 
of Mr. John Kirkpatrick's Roman and oilier Coins. 
By Benjamin Mackerell. 

Norwich. Quarto. Originally printed in 1 JOG by the Rev. 
Mr. Brett, and has been several times reprinted with addi- 
tions. 

xviir. 

An Account of the Scots Society in Norwich, 
from its Rise in ] 775, until it received the additional 
Name of the Society of Universal Good-will, 
in 1784-: To M-hich are added Articles and Regula- 
tions, Presidents Address, Sec. Octavo, 1 1 1 pages. 



XIX. 

Occasional Reflections in a Journey from 

London to Norwich and Cambridge. 

Joculore tihi vldelnr: el sane, leve. 
Quunrh) nihil hubemus maji/s, cidunio ludimus, 
Sed diiii^entcr ihtuere has Ntrnius, 
Quantum sub illis Ulilitutem Tcperies! 

London : Sold by A. Baldwin, near the Oxford Arms in War- 
wick Lane. MDCCxr. Octavo, 32 pages, including the Title- 
page. 

XX. 

The History of the ancient City and Burgh of 
Thetford, in the Counties of Norfolk and Suflblk ; 
shewing its Rise, Increase, Decrease, and present 
State. By Francis Blomefield, Rector of Fers- 
field in Norfolk. 

" Urhs antiquafuit." VlRG. 
Printed at Fersfield in the Year MDccxxxix. Quarto. 
Title-page as above, printed in black and red ink. 



NORFOLK {Thetford). 983 

Dedication to Sir John Wodehouse, Bart. Recorder of Thet- 
ford, dated Dec. 1 1, 1739, with his Arms engraved hy W. H. 
Toms, 2 pages. 

The Contents, 2 pages. 

The History of Tlietford ; abruptly beginning with sixteen lines 
in Verse, which the Author met with in a Poem composed 
some Years previous, and which serve for an Introduction to 
the History of this place, [a-zz] 184 pages. 

Appendix, 12 pages. 

With Twelve Wood-cuts of Arms and Seals on the various pages 
of letter-press. 

N. B. Pages 33 and 34 are omitted. 

%* This work is inserted in the Author's First Volume of his 
History of Norfolk. 

XXI. 

The History of the Town of Thetford, in the 
Counties of Norfolk and Suffolk, from the earliest 
Accounts to the present Time ; by the late Mr. Tho- 
mas Martin, of Palgrave, Suffolk, F.A.S. 

London: Printed by and for J. Nichols, mdcclxxix. Quarto, 

Title-page as above. 

Advertisement, signed R. G. (Richard Gough), with the Life of 

the Author, by the same, p. 3-10. 
List of Subscribers, and Table of Contents, p. xi-xviii. 
The History of Thetford, [b-ss4] 320 pages. 
Appendix, beginning with signature Aaa-Rrr 3, p. 1-1 33*^ yet 

the catchwords correspond. 
Index, Errata, and List of Plates, p. 133-136. 
Books printed for J. Nichols [sss] 1 page. 

Errors of paging : — pp. 292, 293, 294, 295 are repeated with 
an asterisk; as is likewise page 133 of the Appendix. 

PLATES. 

An unfinished Portrait of the Author. T. Bardwell pinx. 
P. S. Lamborn sc. To face the Title. 
i. West Aspect of the Castle Hill at Thetford. p. 11. 
Ancient Inscription and Ornaments on the South Porch and 
under the Battlements of St. Peter's Church. On the 
letter-press of p. 62-3. 
ii. Tomb of Sir Richard Fulmerston, p. 72. 



984 NORFOLK {Great Yarmouth.) 

iii. (View of) the Nunnery at Thetford. (Misprinted Plate II.) 

Basire sc. p. 1 10. 
iv. Stone Coffins, with Crosses, in the Nunnery at Thetford. 
(Misprinted Plate III.) p. 1 10. 
Seal of Thetford Priory. Basiresc. On letter-press of p. 157. 
V. View of tlie Abbey Gate. R. Godfrey sc. (Misprinted 

Plate IV.) p. J59. 
vi. View of the Priory. Basiresc. (Misprinted Plate V.) p. 159. 

Plan of the Monastery. On the letter-press of p. I6l. 
vii. The Cathedral, or Cluniac Priory, with the Free School. 

Basiresc. (Misprinted Plate *V.) p. 173. 
viii. The Canons. Godfrey sc. (Misprinted Plate VI.) p. 195. 
Plan of the Austin Friars Church, drawn by Mr. Martin in 

1735. On the letter-press of p. 202. 
Ancient Initials on the Water Table of an old House near 

the Gaol. On the letter-press of p. 272. 
Arms (supposed of Thomas Larke). On the letter- press 
of p. 275. 
ix. Anglo-Saxon and English Coins minted at Thetford ', also 
Tradesmen's Tokens, p. 275. 
Various Swan Marks. On the letter-press of p. 293. 
Curious Signature of Johannes de Went. On the letter- 
press of Appendix, p. 75. 
Mutilated Seal of Sir Christopher Heydon. On the letter- 
press of Appendix, p. 105. 
Seal of the Priory of Bromhill. On the letter-press of p. 108. 

XXIL 
Nashes Lenten Stuffe; containing the Descrip- 
tion and first Procreation and Increase of the Towne 
of Great Yarmouth, in Norffolke; with a new 
Play neuer played before, of the Praise of the Red 
Herring. Fitte of all Clearkes of Noblemens Kit- 
chins to be read ; and not vnnecessary by all Seruing 
Men that have short boord-wages, to be reniembred. 
(By Tiio. Nashe.) 

" Famam peto per vndas." 

London : Printed for N. L. and C. B. ; and are to be sold at 
the West End of Paules. 1599. Small quarto, 83 pages, in- 
cluding the Title, Epistle Dedicatorie, and Addresse to his 
Readers. 
N. B. Likewise reprinted in the Harleian Miscellany, vol. vi. 

pp. 129-162. 



NORFOLK {Great Farmouth). 985 

XXIII. 

The History and Antiquities of the ancient Burgh 
of Great Yarmouth, in the County of Norfolk. 
Collected from the Corporation Charters, Records, 
and Evidences ; and other the most authentic IMate- 
rials. By Henhy Swindex. 

" Historia Testis Temporuin et Vefustatis Nuncia." 

Norwich : Printed for the Author by John Crousej in the Mar- 
ket Place. MDccLXxii. Quarto. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the Right Worshipful Anthony Taylor^ Esq. Mayor, 
the Aldermen, Burgesses, and Commonalty of the Burgh of 
* Great Yarmouth. 

Preface, signed John Ives, and dated Yarmouth, March 3, 1772, 
5 pages. 

List of Subscribers ; of which four Names have the Dagger pre- 
fixed, the usual Distinction for Copies on Large Paper, but 
whether there were any such the Editor cannot determine. 

Contents, 1 page. 

The History of Great Yarmouth, [B-Eeeeee3] 957 pages. 

Addenda to the Monumental Inscriptions in St. Nicholas Church, 
being an Epitaph on the Author's Monument, erected by John 
Ives, I leaf. 

Index, printed in double columns, 5 pages. 

Errors of paging : — page 74 for 47 ; — p. fi46 for 246 ; — pages 
329 to 336, inclusive, are repeated, and the signatures foHovv; 
— pages 345 to 353 are omitted, yet the signatures run on and 
catchwords agree; — p. 619 for G09; — p. 728 for p. 727 j — 
p. 38 for 738; — and p. 867 for 877. 

XXIV. 

The History of Great Yarmouth; collected from 
antient Records and other authentic Materials. 

Lynn : Printed and sold by W. Whittingham : R. Baldwin, Pa- 
ternoster Row; H. Gardner, Strand; (and) W. Lane, Lead- 
enhall Street, London, mdcclxxvi (misprinted mddclxxvi). 
Octavo, 

Title-page as above. Contents, p. 3-4. 

The Historical Part, Glossary, and Index, [B-Dd6] 412 pages. 



986' NORFOLK (Grecft Yarmouth). 

Errors of paging : — pp. 130 to 144 are repeated and follow; 

— pp. 192-3 are likewise repeated and follow; — pp. 20S-209 

are omitted ; — p. 274 is repeated ; — the pages between 288 and 

305 are omitted, but the catchwords and signatures are correct. 

With a View of Yarmouth, folded, to front the Title. 

N. B. This is a reprint of Parkyn's Account of Yarmouth 
from the folio History of Norfolk. 

XXV. 

A Sketch of Great Yarmouth, in the County of 

X^orfolk; with some Retlections on Cold Bathing. 

By James Rymer.^v; ;- 
London : Printed for Mr. fivaiis. Paternoster Row; Mr. Eaton, 

Yarmouth ; and Mr. Wardlaw, at Norwich. MDCCLXXViii 

Duodecimo, 22 pages. 

XXVI. 

The Result of a View and Survey of Yarmouth 
Havex, taken in the Year 1747. By Charles 
Labelye, Engineer. 

" Virtus est, vitium fiigere, et sapientia prima 
StuLtitiu caruisse :" Hull. Epist. 1. Lib. 1. 

Norwich : Printed by W. Chase, mdcclxxv. Octavo, 64 

pages. 

XXVII. 

Sinde Sheets relatin<T to Yarmouth. 

1. A Description of the Towne of Great Yaremouth, in the 
County of Norfolk ; with a Survey of Litde Yaremouth (in- 
corporated with Great Yaremouth), in the County of Suffolk, 
as it hath been lately stated out in order to the Rebuilding, in 
pursuance of an Act of Parliament, and Letters Patent from 
His Majesty, to which Place is granted all the Priviledges of 
the Towne of Great Yaremouth. With a Plan and References. 
At the bottom is a Discourse of Great and Little Yarmouth ; 
the Arms of Yarmouth, and Front of a House designed by 
Lord Yarmouth. 

Printed for Samuel Speed, at the Rainbow, Fleet Street. I668. 
Size 24 Inches by 12. 
N. B. Some copies have the Discourse in Dutch as well as in 

English. 



NORFOLK {Cromer). 987 

2. An Account of tlie Anticiuity and Founding of the Rurgli of 
Great Yannouth, in the County of Norfolk ; and of other 
Things relating thereto, as by ancient Records appears. Nor- 
wich, 1753. 

3. An Epitome of Great Yarmouth ; containing an authentic 
List of that Corporation, together with the Clergv, Dissent- 
ing Ministers, Officers of the Customs, Excise, Haven, and 
Parish ; also the stated Ships trading to London, Hull, and 
Rotterdam : to which is hkewise prefixed a short Account of 
the Chief Magistrates, from their first In.stitution down to the 
last Charter granted by Queen Anne ; with a genuine List of 
all the Mayors since that Charter to the present Date, Sept. 
29, 1762. ' 

jPiinted for and sold by H. Swinden, Land Surveyor, &:c. and 
• ' Author of the Large Map of Great Yarmouth. 

4. Reasons humbly offered to the Parliament of England why 
the Bill for imposing a Tax towards the Repair of the Pier of 
Great Yarmouth should not pass into an Act ; to which is sub- 
joined an Answer. 

5. The Case of the Town of Great Yarmouth, in Norfolk, 
against South Town. 

6. Proposals relating to Little Yarmouth; containing the Man- 
ner of the Situation of Great Yarmouth, of its Trade and 
Buildings, and that of Little Yarmouth. 

7. Encouragement to Builders and Planters of Little Yarmouth. 
London : Printed for Samuel Speed, at the Rainbow in Fleet 

Street. I668. 

XXVIII. 

Cromer, considered as a Watering Place; with Obser- 
vations on tlie Picturesque Scenery in its Neighbour- 
hood. By Edmuxd Bartell, jun. The Second 
Edition, much enlarged. 

London : Printed for .J. Taylor, No. bQ, High Holborn : sold 
by Berry and Rochester, Booksellers, Norwich ; and Mr. 
Leake, at Cromer. 1 8O6. Octavo. (First printed at Holt in 
1800, with an aquatint View looking out at Sea.) 

Half Title. Title-page as above. 



988 NORFOLK {Houghton), 

Preface and Contents, p. vii-xvi. 
Descriptive Part, [b-i 6] 1 24 pages. 

PLATES IN AQUATINT. 

1. View of Cromer. To face the Title. 

2. Map of the Vicinity of Cromer, by F. Pank. Folded. 

Woodthorpe sc. p. 3. 

3. View on Feibrigg Heath, p. 53. 

XXIX. 

Cromer ; a Descriptive Poem. 

" Bails pralucet amcenis.^' Horace. 

London : Printed for J. Ridgway, 170, Piccadilly. 1806. D710- 
decimOj 64 pages. 

XXX. 

The Plans, Elevations, and Sections ; Chimney-Pieces 
and Cieiings of Houghton in Norfolk, the Seat of 
the Rt. Honourable S' Robert Walpole, First Lord 
Commissioner of the Treasury, Chancellor of the 
Exchequer, and Knt. of the Most Noble Order of 
the Garter. 

Published by I. Ware, mdccxxxv. Atlas folio. 

Engraved Title-page as above. W. Kent inv. I. Ware del. 

P. Fourdrinier sc. 
Latin Advertisement. 

PLANS, 

(Engraved by P. Fourdrinier, unless otherwise expressed.) 

1. West Front of Houghton. T. Ripley Arch*. Folded. 

2. Geometrical Plan of the Garden, Park, and Plantation of 

Houghton. T. Ripley Arch'. Folded. 

3-4. Ground Plan. Folded. 

5. Plan of the principal Floor. 

6-9. East and West Fronts. Folded. 
10. End Front. 

11-12. Section of the East Front. Folded. 
13-14. Section of the West Front. Folded. 
13-16. Section of the Hall and Saloon. Folded. 
17' North End of Stair Case. 
18. East Side of Stair Case. 



NORFOLK (HoifghtOii). 989 

19. Hall Ceiling. 

20. Saloon Ceiling. 

21. Ceiling of great Dining Room. 

22-23. Ceiling to Drawing Rooms North and South of Saloon. 

24. Ceiling to North East Bed Chamber. 

25. Ceiling to North West Bed Chamber. 

26. Chimney Piece to Hall. 

27. Saloon Chimney Piece. 

28. Drawing and Dining Room Chimney Pieces. 

29. Library Chimney Piece, and to the North East Corner 

Room. J. Ware del. &: sc. 

30. Chimney Piece to Drawing Room South of Saloon, and to 

Common Dining Room. J. Ware del. & sc. 

31. Chimney Pieces to South and North West Corners. J.Ware 

del. & sc. 

32. Folded Plan of the Stables. Numbered 29, 30. 
3 3. East Front of Stables. Numbered 31. 

34. North Front of Stables. Numbered 32. 

XXXI. 

.T:DES TVALPOLIANJE: or a Description of the 
Collection of Pictures at Houghton Hall in Nor- 
folk, the Seat of the Right Honourable Sir Robert 
Walpole, Earl of Orford. The Second Edition, with 
Additions. (By the Hon. Horace Walpole, after- 
wards Earl of Orford.) 

" Artists and Plans reHeSd my solemn Hours : 

I founded Palaces, and planted Bow'rs." — Priou's Solomon. 

London : Printed in the Year mdcclii. Quarto. (First printed 
in 1743, and a third time in 1767: also incorporated in Lord 
Orford's Works.) 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to Lord Orford, signed Horace Walpole, and dated 

Houghton, Aug. 24, 1743, p. iii-vi. 
Introduction [a 4-e 2] p. vii-xxxv. 
A Description of the Pictures at Houghton Hall, [e 3-m 4] 

p. 37-96. 
A Sermon on Painting, [n-p] p. 97-1 14. 
A Journey to Houghton, a Poem, by the Rev. Mr. Whaley, [p2- 

S4] p. 115-143. 

PART 11. 6 L 



090 NORFOLK {Houghton). 

PORTRAITS AND PLANS. 

1. Portrait of Sir Robert Walpole, Earl of Orford, 1744. 

F. Zinke effig. p. 1744. G. Vertue del. & sculp. 1748 
Frontispiece. 

2. Ground Plan of Houghton Hall. Folded, p. 37. 

3. Plan of the principal Floor. Folded, p. 37- 

4. East Front of Houghton Hall. Folded. Ripley, Arch^ 

G. Vertue sc. p. 37. 

b. West Front of Houghton Hall. Ripley, Arch'. G. Vertue 

sc. p. 37. 
6. Portrait of Catherine, Lady Walpole. F. Zinke eflGg. 

p. 1735. G. Vertue del. &:*sc. p. 115. 

XXXII. 

A Set of Prints, engraved after the most capital Paint- 
ings in the Collection of Her Imperial Majesty the 
Empress of Russia, lately in the Possession of the 
Earl of Orford, at HouGiiTOX in Norfolk: with 
Plans, Elevations, Sections, Chimney Pieces, and 
Ceilings. In Two Volumes. 

London: Published by John and Josiah Boydell, January 1, 

1?88. Alias J olio. 

Volume L contains an engraved Title-page as above, with a 
Vignette of Minerva and the Nine Muses. J. B. Cipriani del. 
Bartolozzi sc. — An engraved Dedication to Catherine Em- 
press of Russia. — List of Plates in double columns, in French 
and English, on three leaves, or five printed pages. 

With the Portrait of the Empress of Russia. Rosselin del. 
C. Watson sc. as a Frontispiece. — Twenty-eight Plans, Ele- 
vations, Perspective Views, Chimney Pieces, Ceilings, &c. from 
Ware's Designs ; and Sixty Engravings from the various Pic- 
tures. 

Volume IL consists of an engraved Title-page, with a Vi- 
gnette by Cipriani and Bartolozzi. — List of Plates in French 
and English, of five pages. — Sixty-nine Plates, besides the 
whole-length Portrait of Sir Robert Walpole by Vanloo, and 
engraved by James Watson, as a Frontispiece. 



NORFOLK {Holkhamy 991 

XXXIII. 

The Plans, Elevations, and Sections of HoLKllAM, in 
Norfolk, the Seat of the late Earl of Leicester. By 

JMaTTIIEW BRETTINGHA:\r. 

London: Printed by J. Haberkorn, Printer, in Grafton Street, 
St. Anne's Soho. mdcclxi. Atlas folio. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to His Royal Highness the Duke of Cumberland. 

Preface, containing the following Notice : — " That the present 
publication may be acceptable to the dilettanti, I have printed 
most of the designs in the colour his Lordship intended them 
(in bistre) : a few other books are in printer's ink." 

PLANS, &C. IN BISTRE. 

1. Ground Plan of Holkham House. R. Baldwin so. 

2. Plan of the Rustick Basement. T. Miller sc. 

3. Plan of the principal Floor. T. Miller sc. 
4-5. North Front. Folded. E. Rooker so. 
6-7. South Front. Folded. E. Rooker sc. 

8. East Front next the Lake. T. Miller sc. 

9. East End. 

10-11. Hall Section. Folded. A. Walker sc. 
12-13. Saloon Section. Folded. T. Miller sc. 
14-15. Section of the Chapel. Folded. T. Morris sc. 
16. Section of the Library. T. Miller sc. 
17-18. Section of the Gallery. Folded. T. Miller sc. 

19. Obelisk and Garden Seat. T. Miller sc. 

20. Front of the Temple. T. Miller sc. 

21. Section of the Temple. T. Miller sc. 

22-23. Building intended on the Chalk Cliff Church Wood. 
Folded. E. Rooker sc. (Numbered 24.) 

24. North Lodges. T. Miller sc. 

25. Section of the North Lodge. T. Miller sc. 

26. East Lodges. T. Miller sc. 

27. Front of the East Lodges next the Road. 

28. West Entrance to the Park. R. Baldwin sc. 

29. South Lodges. 

30. Front of the Stables. 

31. Arch at the South Entrance. T. Miller sc. 

32. Bridge at the Head of the Lake. T. Miller sc. 

33. Dove House. R. Baldwin sc. 

34. Arch Gate to the Garden^ ajid Seat in the Orangery. 

T. Miller sc. 



992 NORFOLK {Hulkluim). 

XXXIV. 

The Plans, Elevations, and Sections of HoLKHAM in 
Norfolk, the Seat of the late Earl of Leicester. To 
which are added the Ceilings and Chimney- Pieces ; 
and also a descriptive Account of the Statues, Pic- 
tures, and Drawings not in the former Edition. By 
Matthew Brettingham, Architect. 

London: Printed by T. Spilsbnry, in Cook's Court, Carey 
Street, near Lincoln's Inn : and sold by B. White, in Fleet 
Street, and S. Leacroft, at Charing Cross, mdcclxxiii. 
Atlas fnlio. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the Rt. Hon. Margaret, Countess Dowager of 

Leicester, and Baroness Clifford. 
Preface, p. v-x. 
Explanation. — Al Lettore. — Splegazione dells Stampe coule- 

nute in quest' Opera, [b-n] 24 pages. 

PLANS, &C. IN printer's INK. 

1 . Plan of the underground Story, 

2. Plan of the Rustick Basement. 

3. Plan of the Principal Floor. 

4. Plan of the Attick Floor. 

5. The North Front. Folded. E. Rooker sc. 
6-7. The South Front. Folded. E. Rooker so. 

8. East Front next the Lake. 

9. East End. 

10-11. Hall Section. Folded. 

12-13. Transverse Section of the Hall, Saloon, and Portico. 

14-15. Saloon Section. 

16. Section of the Library. 

17. Section of the Gallery. 

18. Hall Ceiling. 

19. Drawing Room Ceiling. From Inigo Jones and the An«. 

tique. T. Miller sc. 

20. Drawing Room Ceiling. From Inigo Jones and Desgodetz, 

P. Mazell sc. 

2(. State Dressing Room Ceiling. From Inigo Jones. T. Mil- 
ler sc. 

22, State Bed Chamber Ceiling. From W. Kent and Desgo- 
detz. T. Miller sc. 



NORroLK (IloIUiam), 993 

23. North Bed Chamber CeiHng. M. Brcttlngharn del. T. Mil- 

ler sc. 

24. North Dressing Room Ceiling. 

24* Closet Ceilings to North and State Bed Chambers. T. Mor- 
ris sc. 

25. Great Dining Room Ceiling, From Inigo Jones. T. Miller sc. 

26. Anti-Chamber Ceiling, Old Wing. W. Kent del. T. Mor- 

ris sc. 

27. Lord's Dressing Room Ceiling, Old Wing. W. Kent del. 

T. Morris sc. 
27* Bed Chamber Ceiling, Old Wing. W. Kent del. P. Mazell sc. 
27* *Lady Leicester's Dressing Room Ceiling, Old Wing. W. 

Kent del. T. Miller sc. 

28. Saloon CeiHng. T. Miller sc. 

29. Portico Ceiling. Earl of Burlington, Arch^ Peter Ma- 

zell sc. 

30. Library Ceiling. T. Morris sc. 

31. Blue Closet Ceiling, New Wing; Red Closet Ceiling, New 

Wing; Lady Leicester's Closet Ceiling. W. Kent del. 
T. Morris sc. 

32. Section of the Chapel. T. Miller sc. 

32* Chapel Ceiling. From the Antique. T. Morris sc. 

33. Anti-Room Ceiling, New Wing. Placido Columbani sc. 

34. Tapestry Bed Chamber Ceihng, New Wing. From Inigo 

Jones. T. Miller sc. 

35. Red and Yellow Dressing Room Ceiling, New Wing. From 

Inigo Jones. T. Miller sc. 

36. Blue and Yellow Bed Chamber Ceiling, New Wing. From 

Inigo Jones and Desgodetz. T. Miller sc. 

37. Green Dressing Room Ceiling, New Wing. P. Mazell so, 

38. Green Bed Chamber Ceiling, New Wing. T. Miller sc. 

39. Hall and Saloon Doors. C. White sc. 

40. Doors of the principal Apartment. C. White sc, 

41. Principal Windows. T. Miller sc. 

42. Venetian Window in South Front. C. White sc. 

43. Drawing Room and Gallery Chimney Pieces. From Inigo 

Jones. John Roberts sc. 

44. Dining Room and Saloon Chimney Pieces. T. Miller sc. 

45. Ante-Room to State Bed Chamber and State Dressing 

Room Chimney Pieces. From Inigo Jones. J. Vitalba sc. 

46. Chimney Piece in New Wing, and Slate Bed Chamber 

Chimney Piece. John Roberts sc. 

47. Lady Leicester's Dressing Room and North State Bed 

Chamber Chimney Pieces. T. Miller sc. 



994 NORFOLK (Twifford). 

48. Library and Bed Chamber Chimney Pieces, Old Wing. 

From W. Kent and I. Jones. 

49. Closet Chimnev Piece, and Chimney Piece in the Chapel 

Scat. T. Miller sc. 

50. Green Bed Chamber and Tapestry Bed Chamber Chimney 

Pieces in the New Wing. From W. Kent. T. Miller sc. 
5 I. Yellow and Blue and Red and Yellow Bed Chamber Chim- 
ney Pieces in New Wing. W. Kent del. T. Miller sc. 

52. Ante-Room and Dressing Room Chimney Pieces in Old 

Wing. Plac. Columl)ani sc. 

53. Steward's Lodge. T. Miller sc. 

54. North Lodges. M. Brcttingham, Arch*. T. Miller sc. 

55. Section of the North Lodge. M. Brettmgham, Arch'. T. 

Miller sc. 

56. Front of the Temple, and Plan. M. Brettingliam, Arch^ 

T. Miller sc. 

57. Section of the Temple. M. Brettingham, Arch'. T.Miller 

sc. 

58. Arch Gate in the Garden and Seat in the Orangery. M. 

Brettingham, Arch'. T. Miller sc. 

59. Obelisk and Garden Seat. M. Brettingham, Arch'. T. 

Miller sc. 

60. Bridge at the Head of the Lake. M. Brettingham, Arch'. 

T. Miller sc. 

61. South Lodges. 

G2. Arch at the South Entrance. T. Miller sc. 

63. Dove House. R. Baldwin sc. 

64. Front of the Stables. 

G5. General Plan of the Stables. 

GQ. Building intended on the Chalk Cliff Church Wood. Folded. 

M. Brettingham, Arch*. E. Rooker sc. 
67. East Lodges. M. Brettingham, Arch'. T. Miller sc. 
GS. Front of the East Lodges next the Road. 
69. West Entrance to the Park. R. Baldwin sc. 

XXXV. 

A Narrative of the Transactions between the 
Rev. Mr. John Crofts and Mr. Daniel Jones 

the Younger, of Fukenham, relative to the Rectory 
of TwYFOKD in Norfolk ; with Observations on Mr. 
Jones's Conduct and Behaviour therein : intended to 
convey to the Publick a true Idea of that Gentleman's 
Character. To which is added a complete Refutation 



NORPOLK {Ki fig's Lymi). ggs 

of the Charges contained in his Letter of the Tenth 
Day of October 1 778. Octavo. 1779- 

XXXVI. 

The History and Antiquities of tlie flourishing 
Corporation ol King's Lynn, in the County of 
Norfolk : 

Wherein is contained whatever is or hath been curious and 
remarkable in every respect in this Town. Giving also 
a })articular Account of whatever is contained in each 
Parish Church or Chapel ; as of all the Tombs, Monu- 
ments, Brass Plates, and Grave- Stones, with every In- 
scription that is on each Stone in every Church and Cha- 
pel. Also an Account of their several Charters from 
time to time; with a Catalogue of all the Mayors of 
Lvnn. To which is added an alphabetical Account of 
every individual Person or Thing that is treated of ia 
this Book; shewing at one view where to find the Name 
of any Person, if buried at Lynn, when he died and 
where he lies interr'd. Likewise a Chronological and 
Historical Account of remarkable and memorable Occur- 
rences that havehappen'd at any Time within this Town 
for more than Five Hundred Years last past to this pre- 
sent Time. To all which is added a particular Descrip- 
tion and Account of King John's Sword and Cup. Also 
all the Coats of Arms that are in every Church in the 
Town, besides the Blazonry of them, which may all be 
found by the Index. By B. Mackerell, Gent.* 

London : Printed by E. Cave, at St. John's Gate; and sold by 
S. Birt, in Ave-Mary-Lane ; by D. Samuel, in Lynn; and by 
W. Chase and J. Carlos, in Norwich, mdccxxxvih. Oc- 
tavo. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to Sir Robert Walpole, and to Sir Charles Turner, Bart, 

Preface, dated Norwich, Nov. 5, 1737, 6 pages. 

* " III the enrlv fiait of the eii;liteentli ('ciitury an Attempt was made to 
produce a History of tliis Town by a nainoless Person, but evidently a 
learned, iiiijenious, and indiistrimis Man. Unfortunately liis attention was 
chiefly engaged about the Churches, and especially the Monuments and 
Monumental Inscriptions v\hich they contaiised. Tliese he took no small 
paina with, and made fair Drawings of most of them, having thenj carefully 
ariangcd and f'airlv wrote out m a luudiiate folio \ olume, which was 



go6 NORFOLK {Kings Lynn). 

History of King's Lynn, [b-n n 4] 279 pages. 
Alphabetical Index and Errata, p. 280-290. 

Error of paging: — p. 531 for 251. 

PLATES. 

1. The West Prospect of Lynn-Regis. Inscribed to Mr. 

Charles Peast, of Lynn-Regis, Folded. Bell del. J. Ba- 
sire sc. Frontispiece. 

2. Thirty-six Shields of Arms in the inside of the Lantern of 

St. Margaret's Church. Folded. B. Mackerell del. 
J. Basire sc. p. 8. 

The Name of Jehovah, and the Holy Lamb, in St. Marga- 
ret's Church. On the letter-press of p. 10 and 1 1. 

The Marble Floor at the Altar of St. Margaret's Church. 
On the letter-press of p. 13. 

Inscription on the Altar Cloth of St, Margaret's Church, 
On the letter- press of p. 15. 

Various Inscriptions on the Church Plate of St. Margaret's 
Church, On the letter-press of p. 17, 18. 

Inscription on a Monumental Stone, and Two Monumental 
Brass Plates. On the letter-press of p. 19-21. 

The Arms of Bodham. On the letter-press of p, 33, 

Monumental Effigy of William Tresbe. On the letter-press 
of p. 37. 

Monumental Effigies of Thomas and Margaret Trounche. 
On the letter-press of p. 38. 

Monumental Crosses. On the letter-press of p. 44, 45. 

Monumental Effigy of Adam Eenyhug. On the letter-press 
of p. 47. 

Monumental Stone, without Inscription. On the letter- 
press of p. 33. 

Monumental Effigies of Geffiey Kintan and his Wife. On 
the letter-press of p. 61. 

3. Thirty-six Shields of Arms in St. Margaret's Church. 

B. Mackerell del. .1. Basire sc. Folded, p. 78. 
Stone Coffin in St. Margaret's Church-yard. On the letter- 
press of p. 84. 

finished in 1724; aiul the Author, it seems, diofl soon after. These P.TfJors 
eventually fell into the Hands of Mr. B. Mackerell, who, after mnknig a 
few paltry additions to tlicni, actnally published the (greatest part of llienri 
lerltatini under his own Name, and it constitutes the bulk of the volume 
under notice. This act is disreputable to Mackerell's memory ; but the 
plagiarism has been scarcely known or noticed till now." 

bee Prelate to lllcil.vilDb's Hi^t. of Li/nn. 



NORFOLK {King's Lynn). 997 

The old Font of St. Nicholas Chapel. On letter-press of p. 92. 
Arms and Date on the Pulpit of St. Nicholas Chapel. On 

the letter-press of p. 9* and 96. 
Inscription on the Altar and Marble Floor of St. Nicholas 

Chapel. On the letter-press of p. 108, 109. 
Inscription on the Ceiling and Church Plate. On the letter- 
press of p. 1 1 1, 1 12. 
Monumental Pillar in Memory of Anne Rolfe. On the 

letter-press of p. 116. 
Monumental Pillar in Memory of John Turner. On the 

letter-press of p. 120. 
Monumental Pillar in Memory of Edmund Tassel. On the 

letter-press of p. 136, 
Monumental Pillar in Memory of Simon Duport. On the 

letter-press of p. 143. 

4. Thirty-six Shields of Arms in St. Nicholas Church. Folded. 

B. Mackerell del. J, Basire sc. p. 156. 
Six Monumental Stones. On letter-press of p. I6I and 170. 
Inscription over the Door of the Rectorial House of All 

Saints Church. On the letter-press of p. 174. 

5. The Custom House. Inscribed to John Turner, Esq. Bell 

del. J. Basire sc. p. 180. 

6. Trinity, or Guild-hall in Lynn. Inscribed to John Turner, 

jun. Esq. Mayor. J. Cooper del. J. Basire sc. p. 181. 

7. The Market Cross. Inscribed to John Bagge, Esq. Bell 

del. J. Basire sc. p. 182. 

8. Cup and Cover, Sword, Mace, and Common Seal of the 

Corporation. Inscribed to John Turner, jun. Esq. 
B. Mackerell del. J. Basire sc. p. 184. 

9. Fac-simile of Serjeant Gaudy's Letter. To front p. 218. 

10. The Work-house raised out of the Ruins of St. James's 

Chapel. Inscribed to Andrew Stuart Taylor, Esq. Fold- 
ed. J. Cooper del. J. Basire sc. p. 220. 

Seal of the Gild of Merchants of Lynn-Regis. On the 
letter-press of p. 256. 

Seal of Paradise Hospital. On the letter-press of p. 272. 

11. Merchants Marks, to be seen in many Places in Lynn-Re» 
gis. J, Basire sc. p. 272. 

XXXVII. 
The Topography of Freebridge Hundred and 
Half, in the County of Norfolk; containing the 

PART II. 6 M 



99S NORFOLK (King's Lynn), 

History and Antiquities of the Borough of King's 
Lynn ; and of the Towns, Villages, Hamlets, Mo- 
nasteries, Churches, Chapels, Chantries, and other 
religious Buildings in that Hundred and Half, in- 
cluding a Circuit of about Fifteen Miles round 
Lynn. Also an Account of the ancient and present 
State of all the Rectories, Vicarages, Donatives, and 
Impropriations ; their former and present Patrons 
and Incumbents, with their several Valuations in the 
King's Book, whether discharged or not. By the 
Rev. Charles Parkin, A.M. 

Fiinted for L. Davis, in Holborn, London ; and W. Whitting- 
ham, Lynn, mdcclxii (1772). Folio. 

Title-page as above. Advertisement. 

History of Freebridge Hundred and Half, [b-4n] (misprinted 

9n) 318 pages. 
Indexes^ and remarkable Occurrences, 4 pages. 

Errors of paging : — pp. i82, 183 are repeated. 

PLAN AND PLATES. 

1. Folded Plan of Lynn, with Elevations of the principal Build- 

ings. Gul. Rastrick del. Frontispiece. 

2. A Chronological Table of the Mayors of Lynn-Regis firom 

1268 to 1772. Folio. 

3. St. Peter's Church at Walpole. Inscribed to the Rt. Hon. 

Henry Lord Colerane. p. 244. 

4. Monument in Memory of Thomas Winde, Esq. in South 

Wooton Church. Inscribed to William Winde, Esq. by 
Francis Biomefield. Toms sc. p. 316. 
N. B. This publication, with its embellishments, forms a part 
of the Fourth Volume of Blomefield's History of Norfolk. 

xxxyiii. 

The History of Lynn, Civil, Ecclesiastical, Poli- 
tical, Commercial, Biographical, Municipal, and Mi- 
litary, from the earliest Accounts to the present Time ; 
interspersed with occasional Remarks on such na- 
tional Occurrences as may serve to elucidate the real 
State of the Town, or tlie Manners, Character, and 



NORFOLK (King's Lynn). ggg 

Condition of the Inhabitants at different Periods. 
To which is prefixed a copious introductory Account 
of its Situation, Harbour, Rivers, Inland Trade and 
Navigation, the ancient and modern State of Marsh- 
land, WiSBEACH, and the Fens, and whatever is 
most remarkable, memorable, or interesting in other 
Parts of the adjacent Country. By William Ri- 
chards, M.A. Honorary Member of the Pennsyl- 
vania Society for promoting the Abolition of Slavery, 
and the Relief of Free Negroes unlawfully held in 
Bondage. In Two Volumes. 

Lynn: Printed by W. G. Whittingham ; and sold by R. Bald- 
win, Paternoster Row, London, 1812. Octavo. 

VOL. I. 

Title-page as above. 

Preface, dated Lynn, July 1812, p. iii-x. 
Contents of the First Volume, p. xi-xvi. 
The History of Lynn, Part I-IIL [a-4f4] 622 pages. 
Supplement to the History of the Royal Touch, described at 
p. 326, and Errata, [4f*] 4 pages, with three asterisks. 

PLATES IN aquatint, 

(From Drawings by J. Sillet.) 

1. Plan of Lynn and the Regalia. Folded. Frontispiece. 

2. Remains of the Grey Friars Monastery, and part of St. 

James's Chapel. Jukes & Sargent fee. p. 499. 

3. Our Lady's Chapel on the Red Mount. E. J. Sargent fee. 

p. 554. 

4. The Workhouse, formerly the Chapel of St. James. J. Has- 

sel sc. p. 564. 

VOL. n. 
Title-page as before. 

Contents of the Second Volume, p. jii-vii. 
The History of Lynn, Part IV. from the Reformation to the 
present Time, and Errata, [4G-7 i] p. 623-1216. 

PLATES. 

1. East View of Lynn-Regis. Engraved by J. Hassel. Folded. 

Frontispiece. 

2. View of the Pilot Office, St. Anne's Battery, &c. Jukes & 

Sarjent sc. p. 716. 

3. South Gate, Lynn, Jukes & Sarjent sc. p. 787. 



1000 NORFOLK (King's Lynn). 

4. East Gate, Lynn, taken down in 1800. Jukes & Sarjent sc. 

p. 983. 

5. S.W. Viewof St. Margaret's Church, Lynn. J. Hassel sc. 

p. 1088. 

6. N.W. View of the Chapel and Burial Ground. J. Hassel 

sc. p. 1092. 

7. St. Nicholas Chapel. J. Hassel sc. p. 1093. 

8. All Saints Church, South Lynn. F. J. Sarjent sc. p. lOQS. 

9. Market Cross, Lynn. F. J. Sargent sc. p. 1159. 

10. N.E. View of the Kettle Mills, or Water-works. J. Hassel 

sc. p. 1170. 

11. Custom House. J. Hassel sc. p. 1172. 

12. The Town Hall, Jail, &c. F. J. Sarjent sc. p. 1 174. 

N. B. There are copies of this publication on Large Paper. 

XXXIX. 

MARMOR NORFOLCIENSE: or an Essay on 
an ancient Prophetical Inscription in Monkish 
Rhyme lately discovered near Lynn in Norfolk. By 
Probus Britannic us. 

London : Printed for J. Brett, at the Golden Ball, opposite 
St. Clement's Church in the Strand, mdccxxxix. Octavo^ 
bb pages. 

XL. 

The History of the ancient and present State of the 
Navigation of the Port of King's Lyn and of Cam- 
bridge, and the rest of the Trading Towns in those 
Parts ; and of the Navigable Rivers that have their 
Course through the Great Level of the Fens called 
Bedford Level ; also the History of the ancient 
and present State of Draining in that Level, in the 
Province of Marshland, and the Hundreds and Parts 
adjacent, from authentick Records and ancient Manu- 
scripts, and from Observations and Surveys carefully 
made upon the Spot these Tiiree Years last past ; 
M'ith the Method proposed for draining the said Fens, 
and amending the Harbour of Lyn. By Col. JoilN 
Armstrong, Chief Enginegr of England. Illus- 
trated with Maps, 



NORFOLK ( King's Lynn). 1 00 1 

London : Printed by J. Ro])eits, for the Author : sold by 
Charles Harwick, at Lyn ; Will. Thurlbourn, at Cambridge ; 
Cotobed East, at Ely ; Rich. Standfast, in Westminster Hall. 

MDCCXXV. 

Title-page as before. 

The Preface, Errata, and List of Subscribers Names, 8 pages. 

The ancient and present State of the Navigation of the Port of 

King's Lyn in Norfolk, and of Cambridge, in Eight Sections, 

[B-Ee2] lOS pages. 
Appendix, [pf-oo] p. 109-141. 
Alphabetical Index, and particular Index to the Appendix, 

p. 142-148. 

Errors of paging : — pp. 103, 113 for pp. 130, 131. 
MAPS AND PLATES. 

1. Three Surveys of the Rivers Humber, Ouse, and of the 

Thames, "from their Spring-head to their Influx into the 
Sea. Folded. T. Badeslade del. 1723. Parker sc. p. 5. 

2. A Mapp of the River of Great Ouse, from its Spring-head 

to its Influx into the Sea, being l6o Miles. Folded. 
T. Badeslade del. 1723. Parker sc. p. 6. 

3. The Upright of the Sluice at the End of Rightforth-Iode 

near Stow Bridge. — Side View of the Sluice. — The Up- 
right of Stow Bridge, and Width of the River there ; also 
the Floodgates belonging to St. John's Eea. T. Bade- 
slade del. p. 1 1 . 

4. A Map of Lynn-Haven, and of the River Ouse to Germans. 

Surveyed by W"* Hay ward, A.D. 1604, and byT. Bade- 
slade 1724. Parker sc. p. 14. 

5. A Mapp of the Great Level of y'^ Fenns called Bedford Le- 

vel, by T. Badeslade, 1 723. Folded. S. Parker sc. p. 26. 

6. The Upright and Plan of Denver Sluices, built by y^ Cor- 

poration of Adventurers across the Ouse, A.D. 1 751 ; Hke- 
wise of the same in Ruins, as it remained since y'' Tides 
blew them up, A.D. 1713. T. Badeslade del. p. 50. 

7. A Plan and Description of the Fenns and other Grounds 

within the Isle of Ely, and in the Counties of Lincoln, 

Northampton, Huntington, Cambridge, Suffolk, and 

Norfolk. Surveyed by W. Havward, A.D. 1604, Copied 

by T. Badeslade 1 724. Folded. S. Parker sc. p. 72. 

N. B. It has generally been understood, and even Mr. Gough 

has fallen into the error (Brit. Topog. vol. ii. p. 23), that this 

Volume was reprinted in 1766: the fact is, the unsold copies fel! 

jnto other hands 3 in consequence of which the old Title-page^ 



1002 NORFOLK {King's Lynn), 

Preface, and Contents were cancelled, and new ones printed in 
that Year, as the following Imprint asserts : — " London : Printed 
for L. Davis and C. Reymers, over-against Gray's Inn Gate, 
Holborn, and B. White, 'in Fleet Street, mdcclxvi :" the same 
Table of Errata as before was also reprinted. The only diffe- 
rence in the two sup])0sed Editions is the addition of " An Abs- 
tract of the ancient and present State of the Navigation of 
Lynn, Cambridge, &:c. and of Draining in the Fens called Bed- 
ford Level," &c. consisting of two pages, which immediately fol- 
low the Table of Contents. 

XLI. 

To His Highness Oliver, Lord Protector of the Com- 
mon-wealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland, and 
the Dominions thereto belonging ; is humbly present- 
ed a INlediterranean Passage by Water between the 
Two Sea Towns LYNi^f and Yarmouth, upon the 
Two Rivers the Little Owse and Waveney. With 
further Results, producing the Passage from Yar- 
mouth to York. By Francis Mathe^v. 

London : Printed by Gartrude Dawson, 1656. Small quarto, 
15 pages, the Title-page within a border. 

XLIL 

A IMediterranean Passage by Water from LoXDOX to 
Bristol, and from Lynx to Yarmouth, and so 
consequently to the CiTY of York, for the great 
Advancement of Trade and Tratlique. By Francis 
Mathew, Esq. Dedication to His ]\lajesty and 
the Honorable jlouses of Parliament. 

London : Printed by Thomas Newcomb. mdclxx. Small 
quarto, 1 2 pages. 



1003 



NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. 
I. 

SPECULI BRITANNIM Pars altera: or A De- 
lineation of NorvTHAMPTONSHiRE; being a brief 
Historicall and Chorographicall Discription of that 
County. \\ herein are also alphabetically set down 
the Names of Cyties, Towries, Parishes, Hamlets, 
Howses of Note, and other Remarkables. By the 
Travayle of John Norden in tl}e Year m.dc.x. 
London : Printed in the Year mdccxx. Octavo, 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the Right Worshipful Sir William Hatton, Knt. 

also " Things to be considered in the Use of this Booke, and 

the Mappe thereunto belonging," 6 pages. 
The Delineation of the County, beginning with an Alphabet of 

the Townes, Parishes, and other Things contained in the 

Mappe, [b-h 3] 54 pages. 

N. B. There are Large Paper copies of this publication. 

*^* This Tract was communicated to the Public by a Gen- 
tleman df the County from a Manuscript in his Library, and is 
the most superficial of all Norden's Surveys, except in a few 
Towns; nor were the Map and Plans of Peterborough and 
Northampton, often referred to, ever engraved. — Gougli. 

II. 

The Natural History of Northampton-shire ; 
with some Account of the Antiquities : To which is 
annex'd a Transcript of Doomsday-Book, so far as it 
relates to that County. By John Morton, M.A. 
Rector of Oxendon in the same County, and Fellow 
of the Royal Society ; formerly of Emanuel College 
in Cambridcre. 

o 

London : Printed for R. Knaplock, at the Bishop's Head, and 
R. Wilkie, at the King's Head, in St. Paul's Church Yarth 
MDCcxii. Folio. 



1004 NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. 

Title-page as before. 

Dedication to the Queen (Anne), 2 pages. 
The Preface, and Errata, 4 pages. 

The Natural History of the County, [b-7a2] 551 pages. 
A Transcript of Doomsday-Book, so far as it concerns North- 
amptonshire, [a-m] p. 1-46. 
The Indexes, p. i-x. 

PLATES, 

(Drawn by P. La Vergne, and engraved byM. V'''^ Gucht.) 

A Sheet Map of the County, newly delineated, with many 
Additions and Improvements, bordered with Ninety-five 
Shields of Arms. Inscribed to the Rt. Hon. Charles, 
Earl of Peterborough and Monmouth. Drawn and en- 
graven by John Harris (a Native). Folded, p. 1. 

1. Eight Fossils, Sec. Inscribed to the Most Rev'^ Thomas 

(Tenison), Archbishop of Canterbury, p. 170. 

2. Twelve Fossils. Inscribed to the Most Noble Wriothesly, 

Duke of Bedford, p. 184. 

3. Thirteen Shells. Inscribed to the Rt. Hon. George, Earl 

of Northampton, p. 198. 

4. Thirteen Shells. Inscribed to the Right Hon. Lewis, Lord 

Rockingham, p. 202. 

5. Sixteen Shells. Inscribed to His Grace John, Duke of 

Montague, p. 206. 

6. Twenty-five Shells. Inscribed to the Right Hon'''^ Charles, 

Earl of Sunderland, p. 212. 

7. Thirty-two Shells. Inscribed to the Rt. Hon'''^ George, 

Earl of Cardigan, p. 220. 

8. Plate of Ten Amnionise. Inscribed to Sir Justinian Isham, 

Bart. p. 224. 

9. Plate of Eleven Ammonites. Inscribed to the Rt. Rev'^ 

John (Moore), Lord Bishop of Ely. p. 226. 

10. Plate of Thirty Fossils, &c. Inscribed to Ralph Lane, of 

Glcndon, Esq. p. 246. 

11. Fossils and Celestial Phaiuomcna. Inscribed to Sir Eras- 

mus Norwich, Piart. p. 336. 

12. Specimen of Wens on Trees.— The Musk Ve-Aw—Fungelbis 

Gramhiciis Norlhamldoniensis, &c. Inscribed to His 
Grace the Duke of Marlborough, p. 394. 

J 3. Plate of Birds, &c. In8crii)cd to His Grace William, Duke 
of Devonshire, p. 463. 

14. Fragment of a Roman Pavement, discovered in 1699 in 



NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. 1005 

Horsestonc Meadow at Nether Heyford, about half a 
Mile from the Watliiig Street, &;c. Inscribed to the Rt. 
Hon. Tlionias, Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, 
p. 332. 
N.B. There are copies of this work on Large Paper. 

III. 

The History and Antiquities of Northampton- 
siiiHE: compiled from the Manuscript Collections 
of the late learned Antiquary John Bkidges, Esq. 
by the Rev. Peter Whalley, late Fellow of St. 
John's College, Oxford. In Two Volumes. 

Oxford : Sold by T. Payne, London; D. Prince and J. Cooke, 
Oxford J and Mr. Lacy, Northampton. MDCCXCi. Folio*, 

VOL. I. 

Title-paj^e as above. 

Preface, l)y the Rev^ Peter Whalley, 6 pages. 

History of the County, printed in double columns, [a-7q] 610 

pages. 

Errors of paging:— pp. 77, 78, 253, 254, 253, 256 are all 
repeated. 



* In tiie year 1719, towards the close of his life, JMr. Bridges began to 
form Collections towards the History of this his native County. For which 
purpose he employed several Persons to make Drawings, procure Informa- 
tion, and transcribe sucii Monuments and Records as were essential to his 
purpose, at an expense of sevenil thousand pounds. The transcripts thus 
collected exceeded Thirty Volumes in Folio; but, dying in 1724, his Ma- 
nuscripts were possessed by his Brother, who put them into the hands ot 
Mr. Gihhons, a Lavv' Bookseller, at the Middle Temple Gate. Proposals 
were then issued for a Subscription, and Dr. Samuel Jebb, a learned Phy- 
sician, of Stratford, Essex, was engaged to arrange this undigested mass of 
materials into a regular and connected history. It was then determined to 
publish it in Numbers. When Dr. Jebb had held the MS. in his posses- 
sion about four Years, the first Number was printed, and five or six others 
succeeded it. The Publisher at that time l;ecame a Bankrupt, the Sub- 
scriptions could not be recovered, and the Work was discontinued. Several 
of the Plates, which had been engraved from Drawings made by Tillemans 
and other Artists, of which the number was very considerable, were di- 
spersed and sold, and few only were afterwards recovered. In this incom- 
plete state the work continued many years: the collections still remaining 
with Dr. Jebb, who had received little or no compensation for his labour. 
At length the Gentlemen of the County took up the business: the late 
PART II. 6 N 



1006 NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. 

PLATES. 

1. Portrait of John Bridges, late of Lincoln's Inn, Esq. G. 

Kneller Eques pinx. G. Vertue sc. To face the Title. 

2. Tokens of Town Pieces of Northamptonshire, principally 

from the Collection of Mr. Dash of Kettering, by whom 
and Mr. John Nichols this Plate was contributed, p. 1. 

3. The Monastery of Catesby, now Mr. Parkhurst's House. 

Peter Tillemans del. P. Fourdrinier sc. p. 32. 

4. View of the Ruins of the Church of Upper Catesby, July 

1721. Peter Tillemans del. P. Fourdrinier sc. p. 35. 

5. The Prospect of Daventre and Burrough Hill, July 1719. 

Peter Tillemans del. P. Fourdrinier sc. p. 41 . 

6. The View of Daventre Church, and of one side of the 

Priory. Peter Tillemans del. P. Fourdrinier sc. p. 48. 

7. The South View of Brackley. — West View of St. Peter's 

Church, with the two Images on the Steeple ; and the 
West end of the College Chapel, now in Ruins, p. 150. 

8. Monument of John de HardreshuU in the Church of Ashene 

or Aston. — View of Luffwick Church to the S.E., with 
part of the Town and the Towers of Drayton at a Di- 
stance, Aug. 171 8 (described in vol. ii. p. 246). The 
Plate contributed by the Rev'^ John Pridden. F. Gary 
& Basire sc. p. 284. 

William Cartwright, Esq. of Aynhoe, then one of the County Members, 
advanced the money necessary to discharge the claims of Dr. Jebb, and 
obtained possession of the MSS. A Committee was formed, of which Sir 
Thomas Cave, Bart, was appointed Chairman, for the express purpose of 
conducting ilie Publication, and application was made to Mr. Buckle, ot 
All Souls College, Oxford, and Keeper of the University Archives, who, 
on perusing some of them, declined the undertaking. They were then in- 
trusted to the Rev. Peter Whalley, afterwards Master of the Grammar 
School of Christ's Hospital, and subsequently Vicar of Horley in Surrey, 
by whom the whole compilation was formed, except the small part which 
has been incorporated from the numbers drawn up by Dr, Jebb. From 
the difficulties in such a task, and from the editor's laborious employment 
of superintending the School, the publication was long delayed: and when 
the Manuscript was completed, and much of it had been committed to the 
press, a new delay arose from the death of Sir Thomas Cave, and other 
Gentlemen of the Committee, who in general were advanced in years; 
which so interrupted the printing of the work, that it was for the fifth time 
doomed to languisli in entire neglect some years longer. — At length the 
vacancies in the original Committee were supplied, the obstacles surmount- 
ed, and the whole undertaking was brought to a conclusion. Thus was it 
more than sixty Years in progress from the time Mr. Bridges commenced 
his collection till the second Volume was published.— Kick Preface to the 
History. 



NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. 1007 

9. South View of St. Sepulchre's Church, Northampton; the 
Form of the Pillars and Angles of the said Church ; bar- 
barous Figures in relief on the Wall of the Church ; with 
the Front of Thomas Becket's Hospital in Northamp- 
ton, p. 447. 

10. View of the Earl of Sunderland's Seat at Althorp (now of 

Earl Spencer), with the Old Gate House, and distant 
View of Brington Church, Aug' 11, 1721. Tillemans 
del. Skelton sc. p. 480. 

11 . A perspective View of the East front of Cottesbrook Hall, the 

Seat of Sir John Langham, Bart. J. Myndesc. p. 554. 

VOL. n. 

Title-))age, dated mdccxci. 

History of Northamptonshire continued, [a-7 P 2] 6O9 pages. 

Index to the Pages on which the Account of each Town is given 

in both Volumes, p. 61I, 6I2. 
Index to the Names of Persons and Places, with the particular 

Contents, and Directions to the Binder for placing the Plates, 

p. 613-672. List of Subscribers, 2 pages. 

Errors of paging: — pages 134, 5 are omitted, and pp. 136-7 
repeated; — pp. 241-244 are likewise repeated, and follow. 

PLATES. 

1. The Griffin Monument in Bravbroke Church. Longmatesc. 

p. 9. 

2. The East View of the Old Hall at Kelmarsh,the Seat of the 

late Thomas Hanbury, Esq. J. Mynde sc. p. 40. 

3. Perspective View of the East Front of Kelmarsh Hall, the 

Seat of W"" Hanbury, Esq. J. Mynde sc. p. 40. 

4. View of the West Front of Kelmarsh Hall. J. Mynde sc. 

p. 40. 

5. The South East View of the Town of Rothwell. — The 

Ruins of the Court House in the Market House of the 
Town of Rothwell, taken on the North Side ; with a 
Brass Plate in the Chancel of Rothwell Church, p. 56. 

6. Seventeen Shields of Arms round the Court House of Roth- 

well. p. 61. 
6* South West View of the Parish Church of Ecton. B. Baron 
fee. 1753. p. 141. 
N. B. This Plate is not in all the copies, but is sometimes in- 
serted. 

7. View of Barton Seagrave. Basire sc. 179I. p. 213. 

8. Cranford, the Seat of Sir George Robinson, Bart. Crosley 

del. 1782. Basive sc. p. 227. 



1008 NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. 

9. The Steeple and Church of Irtlingbury to the North East, 
p. 236. 

10. Plan of the Town of Kettering. T. Eayredel. p. 241. 

11. The East Prospect of the Church and Steeple of Kettering, 

with Mr. Saver's House to the South, and the Parsonage 
and other Buildings to the North, p. 243. 

12. Lilford, the Seat of Thomas Powys, Esq. T. Jeffrys sc. 

To face the repeated page 241 {signature Qqq)- 
N. B. In the printed list of plates this is erroneously men- 
tioned p. 241 of Volume I. 

13. South West View of Finedon Place, the Seat of Sir W"' 

Dolben, Bt. Schnebbelie del. Basire sc. p. 258. 

14. Carlton, the Seat of Sir John Palmer, Bart. W. Skekonsc. 

p. 292. 

15. Geddington Cross, p. 308. 

16. North View of Rockingham Castle. F. Chaplin del. J. Ro- 

binson sc. p. 334. 

17. The Gateway of Rockingham Castle. F. Chaplin del. J. Ro- 

binson sc. p. 334. 

18. View of Liveden Ruin. Rowland Hunt, Esq. del. Wilson 

Lowry sc. p. 3 73. 

19. View of Fotheringay Church, from a Drawing taken 17I8; 

with Figures from the Windows. The Plate contributed 
by Mr. John Nichols, Printer. Basire sc. p. 453. 

20. Plan and Section of the North Side of Peterborough Ca- 

thedral. Folded. Thomas Eayre of Kettering del. J. Har^ 
ris sc. p. 546. 

21. The Inward View of the Nave of Peterborough Cathedral. 

p. 546. 

22. The Inward View of the Choir of Peterborough Cathedral. 

A. Motte sc. p. 546. 

23. The North View of Peterborow Minster, p. 546. 

24. The West View of the Cathedral Church of Peterborough. 

p. 546. 

25. Some Remains of Buildings belonging to the Abbey of Pe- 

terborow. p. 516. 

26. Coats of Arms in Peterborough Abbey, p. 546. 

27. The South Prospect of Burleigh House (the Seat of the 

Earl of Exeter), and of some part of the Country, with 

part of the Park and Gardens to the Wc:>t. P. Tille- 

mans del. J. Caldwell sc. p. 589- 

*^* The Editor has much pleasure in extending the List of 

Northamptonshire Topography, by the announcement of a new 

Work, " The History and Antiquities of the County, by Mr. 



NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. 1009 

George Baker, a Native of Northampton," now in a state of 
great forwardness, and speedily in course of publication. 

The necessity of such an undertaking, to fill up the lapse of a 
Century since the greatest part of Bridges was collected for 
the press, notwithstanding its appearance only twentv-five years 
since, must be self-evident, and might have been more strongly 
insisted on in Mr. Baker's very modest Prospectus ; particularly 
as the means and opportunities he has had of forming collec- 
tions, joined to great perseverance and accuracy of research for 
the la^t ten years, would justify much bolder promises. The ar- 
rangement will be in Four Volumes folio, of Two Parts each, at 
least 300 pages, with a variety of Plates and other Embellish- 
ments. 

The lover of Obituary Topography in the County will be much 
gratified by another publication recently announced ; " Sepul- 
chral Memorials," from the Pen Drawings of W. H. Hvett, 
Royal Military Surveyor, now residing at Kettering, consisting 
principally of etchings, but with the necessary letter-press, and 
of a size correspondent with the preceding History. — Specimens 
of the Drawings were exhibited and much admired in the So- 
merset House Exhibition of 1816. 

IV. 

The History of Northampton and its Vicinity; 
brought down to the present "'ime. Embellished with 
a beautiful View of Queen's Cross, engraved bv 
J. Smith. 

Northampton : Printed for W. Birdsalland Sons. 1615. Duo- 
decimo, \ 5 1 pages, and 'i pages of Table of Contents. 

V. 

Statutes, Rules, and Orders for the Government 
of the County Hospital for Sick and Lame Poor, 
established in the Toavn of Northampton. 

'' Salus Populi supremo Lex eslo." 

Northampton : Printed by William Dicey, 1743. Octavo, 51 
pages: reprinted in 1793 in 56 pages. 

V 1. 

The History of the Church of Peterburgh : 
wherein the most remarkable Tilings concerning that 



1010 NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. 

Place, from the first Foundation thereof; with other 
Passages of History, not unworthy pubhck View, are 
represented. By Symon Gunton, late Prebendary 
of that Church, and set forth by Symon Patrick, 
D.D. now Dean of the same. Illustrated with 
Sculptures. 

London : Printed for Richard Chiswell, at the Rose and Crown 
in St. Paul's Church Yard, mdclxxxvi. Folio. 

Half Title, with the Imprimatur on the reverse. 

Title-page as above. 

Preface, dated June 20, (16)85, and signed S. P. 

The History of the Cathedral, [b-q] 1 13 pages, the reverse 
blank. 

An Appendix ; being a Transcript of such Charters and Privi- 
leges as are mentioned in the foregoing Discourse, beginning 
with a Half Title, [aS-pf 4] p. 1 15-224. 

A Supplement to the foregoing History, and Appendix to the 
Supplement, [Gg-yy2] p. 225-348. 

PLATES. 

1 . The West Prospect of the Cathedral Church of Peterbo- 

rough. Dan. King sc. Frontispiece. {From Dugdale's 
Manas i icon.) 

2. The North Prospect of the Cathedral Church of Peterbo- 

rough. D. King del. & sc. {From Dugdale's Monas- 
ticon.) p. 23. 

3. The East Prospect of the Cathedral Church of Peterbo- 

rough, p. 225. 

Monument erected for the Abbot and Monks of Peterbo- 
rough slain by the Danes A.D. 870. On the letter-press 
of p. 243. 

Seal to a Bull of Pope Eugenius A.D. 1146. On the let- 
ter-press of p. 280. 

4. The Old Altar Piece, beaten down by the Souldiers in the 

Great Rebellion (1643). p. 334. 

N. B. There are copies on Large Paper. 

*#* In the list of plates of this work given by Gough (British 
Topog. vol. ii. p. 41.) a North View of the City is mentioned j 
and also in a Catalogue of the Library of Mr.William Bryant, the 
well known Topographer, and sold by Stewart in April 1807, 
lot 692 was described as a copy of Gunton " ivith the additional 
Plates." The Editor was not fortunate enough to see this ar 



NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. 1011 

tide alluded to; but he must observe, that in the variety of co- 
pies which he has examined the plates already mentioned are the 
only ones that ever came under his view. 

VII. 
A History of the Cathedral Church of Peter- 
borough, from its Foundation to the present Time; 
containing the IVIanner in which it has been destroyed 
once by the Danes, and twice by Fire, and as often 
re-edified. 
Peterborough : Printed and sold by J. Jacob, Bookseller and 
Stationer, mdccxc. Octavo^ 1 10 pages. 

VIII. 

An Epitome of Mr. Gunton's History of Peter- 
borough Cathedral. The Eleventh Edition ; 
containing a fuller and more precise Account than has 
hitherto been given of the Centuries in which the se- 
veral Parts of this Edifice were begun upon and com- 
pleted. 

Peterborough: Printed and sold by C. Jacob. 1807. Octavo, 

45 pages. 

With a View of Peterborough Cathedral, as published by 
C. Jacob, April 2, 1804. 

IX. 

The History and Antiquities of the Town, Col- 
lege, and Castle of Fotheringay, in the County 
of Northampton ; with several Particulars of the 
Execution and Funeral of Mary, Queen of Scots; 
with an Appendix. 

" FOTHERINGHAY, castrum umanissimis prutis circumsilum salutat." 

Camden. 

London : Printed by and for J. Nichols, Printer to the Society 
of AntiquariesjMDCCLXXXvii. Quarto. See*^ Biblioth.Topog. 
Brit," No. xl. 

X. 

A Comment upon Part of the Fifth Journey of 
Antoninus through Britain ; in which the Situa- 



1012 NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. 

tion of Durocobrhw, the Seventh Station there- 
mentioned, is discussed : and Castor in North- 
amptonshire is shewn from the various Remains 
of Roman Antiquity to have an undoubted claim to 
that Situation. To which is added a Dissertation 
on an ImajJje of Jupiter found there. By the Rev. 
Kennet Gibson, late Curate of Castor. Printed 
from the original MS. and enlarged with the Paro- 
chial History of Castor and its Dependencies 
to the present Time. To which is subjoined an Ac- 
count of Marham, and several other Places in its 
Neighbourhood, (viz. Aykst€0)'th, Belasis, Milton, 
Sutton, Upton, and Marham. By John Nichols, 
F.S.A.) 

London : (Printed by John Nichols, Red Lion Passage, Fleet 
Street), mdccc. Quarto. 

Title-page as above. 

Preface, signed J. N. (John Nichols) dated Jany 1, 1800, 2 pages. 

The Comment, &c. [B-pp3] 2g4 pages. 

Index, and List of Plates, p. 295-302. 

Errors of paging : — p. 76 for 77, and p. 134 for 143. 
PLATES. 

1. Plan of the Castles on Mr. Waller's Estates, May 1798. 

p. 103. 

2. South Door of Castor Church. J. Carter del. J. Basire sc. 

p. 168. 

3. Inscription over the South Door of the Chancel. On the 

letter-press of p. 16S. 

4. Seal of Sir WilHam Fitz- William, Lord Deputy of Ireland. 

p. 193. 

5. Portrait of an unknown Painter at Milton House. Drawn 

and engraved by James Basire. p. 203. 
C. The Abbot of Croyland's Chair at Upton, p. 210. 

7. Seal of Bishop Dove. On the letter-press of p. 224. 

8. South West View of a Sun Dial at Upton, near Castor. 

Carter deh p. 228. 

9. The Four Sides of the Dial. Carter del, Basire sc. p. 228. 

10. Roman Milliary and Urn. Carter del. Basire sc. p. 272. 

11. Roman Pavement found at Cotterstock, 1798. p. 283 

(misprinted SS^), 



NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. 1013 

12. Coins found in the same Place. Easire sc. On the letter- 

press of p. 2S3. 

13. Cross in the Church Yard at Cotterstock. On the letter- 

press of p. 288. 

XL 

The History and Antiquities of Naseby, in the 
County of Northampton. By the Rev. John Mas- 
tin, Vicar of Naseby. 

" Nihil est aptius ad delect at ionem lectoris quam temporum varietatesfortii- 
nceque vicissitudines." Cic. Epist. ad Fain. 

Cambridge : Printed by Francis Hodson for the Author. 
MDCCXCii. Octavo, and has been since reprinted. 

Half Title. Title-page as above. 

Dedication to George Ashby, Esq. 
Preface, and List of Subscribers, p. 3-31. 
The History of Naseby, [b-o 7] 206 pages. 

With a Representation of the Armies of King Charles I. and Sir 
Thomas Fairfax, exhibiting the exact Order in which the se- 
veral Bodies of Infantry and Cavalry were drawn up prepara- 
tory to the Battle of Naseby, fought the 14^*^ of June 1645. 
Folded. Reduced and copied from the Plate in Sprigge's 
" England's Recovery." 

XII. 

A History or Description, General and Circum- 
stantial, of BuRGHLEY HousE, the Seat of the 
Right Honorable the Earl of Exeter. 

" Here thy well study'd Marbles fix our eye, 
A fading Fresco here demands a sigh : 
Each heavenly piece unwearied we compare, 
Match Raphael's grace, with thy lov'd Guido's air, 
Caracci's strength, Corregio's softer line, 
Paulo's free stroke, and Titian's warmth divine." Pope. 

Shrewsbury : Printed and sold by J. and W. Eddowes. 1797- 
Oc/ayo, 215 pages p 

XIII. 

A Guide to Burghley House, Northamptonshire, 
the Seat of the Marquis of Exeter; containing a Ca- 

PART 11. 6 O 



1014 NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. 

talogue of all the Paintings, Antiquities, &c. with 
Biographical Notices of the Artists. (By T. Blore.) 

Stamford : Printed and published by John Drakard, High 

Street : and sold by Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy j and Nichols 

and Son, in London. 1813. Octavo, 
Title-page as above. — Dedication to the Most Noble Brownlow, 

Marquis and Earl of Exeter, by the Publisher. — Preface, and 

Contents, 10 pages. 
The Guide to Burghley, &:c. [B-Qq2] 292 pages. 
Index to the Portraits, 4 pages. 

PLATES. 

1. View of Burghley House. Drawn by E. Blore, engraved by 

J. Storer and J. Greig. Frontispiece. 

2. Burghley Lodges. Drawn by E. Blore, engraved by J. Sto- 

rer and J. Greig. p. 8. 
Also the Pedigree of the Marquis of Exeter. Folded, p. 6. 

An Edition was likewise printed in Demy quarto, with an en- 
graved Title-page, and proof impressions of the Plates. 

XIV. 

Succinct Genealogies of the noble and ancient 
Houses of Alno or de Alneto, B7'oc of Shephale, La- 
timer of Duntish, Drayton of Drayton, Maudidt of 
fVer minster, Greene of Drayton, Vere of Addington, 
Fitz-Lewes oi West-Hornedon, Howard oi Effingham, 
and Mor daunt of Turvey, justified by publick Re- 
cords, ancient and extant Charters, Histories and 
other authentick Proofs, and enriched with divers 
Sculptures of Tombs, Images, Seals, and other Cu- 
riosities. By Robert Halstead*. 

London : Printed in the Year of our Lord mdclxxxv. Folio. 

Tide-page as above, with the Arms of the Earl of Peterborough 

as a Vignette. 
Dedication to Henry, Earl of Peterborow, signed Rob. Halstead, 

2 pages. 

* The author's name is fictitious, the work being really conipilei] by 
Henry Earl of Peterborough, and the Rev. Mr. Raus, his Cliaplain, Rector 
of Turvcy in Bedfordshire. — Gough. 



NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. 1015 

The Preface, 3 pages. 

Title : " y\ Succinct Genealogy of the House of Alno, or Al- 
neto, justified by Publick Records, ancient and extant Char- 
ters, Histories, and other authentick Proofs. By Robert Hal- 
stead ;" with " the Amies of the House of Alno, or Alneto, 
viz. Argent, a Lion Rampant Gules, charged on the Shoulder 
with a Shield bearing Or, Three Martlets Azure," [c] . 

" Of the Name, Antiquity, Greatness, Alliances, Possessions, and 
Arms of the House of Alno, or de Alneto," 4 pages. 

Half Title : " Genealogical Proofs of the House of Alno, or de 
Alneto," &c. 

" Genealogical Proofis of the House of Alno," &c. catch-word 
"A Sue-" [e] p. 3-13. 

Title : " A Succinct Genealogy of the House of Broc : justi- 
fied by extant Charters, Records, Histories, and other aufhen- 
tick Proofs. Bv Robert Halstead ;" with " The Amies of the 
House of Broc; viz. Argent, upon a Bend Sable, a Luer 
(Lure) Or," [h] 

" Of tlie Name, Antiquity, &c. of the House of Broc/' [h 2-i] 
p. 19-22, 4 pages. 

Half Title : " Genealogical Proofs of the House of Broc," &c. 

The " Genealogical Proofs," &c. [k-n] p. 25-37, 13 pages. 

Title : " A Succinct Genealogy of the House of Latimer of 
DuNTisH : justified by publick Records, extant Charters, His- 
tories, and other authentick Proofs. By Robert Halstead;" 
with " the Amies of the House of Latimer; viz. Gules, a 
Cross Fleure Or." 

" Of the Name, Antiquity, &c. of the House of Latimer,'' 
[o] p. 41-44, 4 pages. 

Half Title : " Genealogical Proofs of the House of Latimer of 
DuNTisH, drawn out of extant Charters, Records, Histories, 
and other authentick Testimonies," [f]. 

«^ Genealogical Proofs of the House of Latimer of Duntish," 
[P2-X2] p. 47-72, 26 pages. 

Title: "A Succinct Genealogy of the House of Drayton: 
justified by ancient and extant Charters, publick Records, 
Histories, and other authentick Proofs. By Robert Halstead;" 
with " the Amies of the House of Drayton, &c. viz. Ar- 
gent, a Cross engrailed Gules," [y]. 

" Of the Name, Original, Descent, Possessions, Alliances, and 
Armes of the House of Drayton," catch-word " Genea-" 
[y2-z 2] p. 75-79, 4 pages. 



1016 A OllTIIAMPTONSHIRE. 

Half Title : " Genealogical Proofs of the Descent and Succes- 
sion of the House of Drayton," &c. [2 a]. 

" The Genealogical Proofs," [2 A 2-2 i] p. 83-1 14, 32 pages. 

Title: "A Succinct Genealogy of the House of Mauduit, 
that were Lords of Werminster : justified by publick Re- 
cords, extant Charters, Histories, and other authentick Proofs. 
By Robert Halstead;" with " the Arnies of the House of 
Mauduit, viz. Chequy Or and Azure, a Border Gules." 

"Of the Original, Descent, &c. of the House of Mauduit, 
that were Lords of Werminster, [2k-2l] p. 117-121, 
5 pages. 

Half Title : " Genealogical Proofs of that House of Mauduit, 
whence were the Lords of Werminster, drawn out of ex- 
tant Charters, Records, Histories, and other authentick 
Proofs." 

*' The Genealogical Proofs," &c. catchword " A Succinct" 
[2M-2R 2] p. 125-147, 23 pages. 

Title : " A Succinct Genealogy of the House of Greene, 
that were Lords of Drayton : justified by publick Records, 
antient and extant Charters, Histories, and other authentick 
Proofs. By Robert Halstead;" with "the Arnries of the 
House of Greene, viz. Azure, Three Bucks Trippant Or, of 
the Lords of Drayton of that Name, Drayton and Mauduit 
quarterly [2 s]. 

'^ Of the Original, Antiquity, &:c. of the House of Greene," 
[2S2-2T2] p. 251-236,6 pages. 

Half Title : " Genealogical Proofs of the House of Greene, 
that were Lords of Dra\ton, drawn out of extant Charters, 
Records, Histories, and other authentick Proofs," [2 v]. 

« The Genealogical Proofs," &c. catch-word "A Sue-" [2 v 2- 
3o2] p. 139-227, 69 pages. 

Title-page : " A Succinct Genealogy of that House of Vere, 
of which were the Lords of Addington and Thrapston : 
justified by publick Records, extant Charters, Histories, and 
other authentick Proofs. By Robert Halstead ;" with " the 
Annes of the Feres of Addington, which were of Vera charged 
upon the Center with an Escucheon bearing Argent a Cross 
Gules," [3P2] 
^' Of the Original, Descent, &c. of the House of Verb," [3q- 

3r2] p. 233-240, 8 pages. 
Half Title : " Genealogical Proofs of the Descent and Succes- 
sion of that House of Vere, whence were the Lords of Ad- 



NORTHAMPTONSIHRE. 1017 

DINGTON and Thrapston, drawn out of extant Cliarters, 
Records, Histories, and other aiitlientick Testimonies," [3s] 

*'The Genealogical Proofs," ^c. catchword "A Sue-" [3s2- 
4o] p. 243-317, 75 pages - 

Title-page : " A Succinct Gekealogy of the House of Fitz- 
Levvis that were Lords of West-Hornedon : justified hv an- 
tient and authentick Testimonies. By Robert Halstcad ;" with 
" the Armes of the House of Fiiz-Lewis, viz. Argent a Che- 
vron Sable between Three Trefoils of the same," [4 p]. 

" Of the Original, Descent, &;c. of the House of Fitz-Lewis, 
[4p2-4q] p. 321-324, 4 pages. 

Half Title : " Genealogical Proofs of the House of Fitz-Lewis 
that were Lords of West-Hornedon, drawn out of extant 
Charters, Records, Histories, and other authentick Proofs." 

*' The Genealogical Proofs," &;c. catch-word " A Succinct," 
[4R-4T 2] p. 325-336, 12 pages. 

Title : " A Succinct Genealogv of the House of Howard of 
Effingham : justified by publick Records, Charters, Deeds, 
Histories, and other authentick Proofs. By Robert Halstead;" 
with " the Amies of the House of Hoivard, which were 
quarterly, Howard, Brotkerion, IFarren, and Mowhray," 
[4U]. 

^' Of the Original, Greatness, Actions, &;c. of the House of 
Howard of Effingham," catch-word "Genealo-" [4u2- 
4z], p. 339-349, H pages. 

Half Title : " Genealogical Proofs of the Descent and Succes- 
sion of the House of Howard of Effingham, drawn out of 
extant Charters, Records, Histories, and other authentick 
Testimonies." 

^^ The Genealogical Proofs," &c. catch-word '^ A Sue-" [5 a- 
5l] p. 353-3S6, 34 pages. 

Title : " A Succinct Genealogy of the House of Mordaunt : 
justified by antient and extant Charters, publick Records, 
Histories, and other authentic Proofs. By Robert Halstead;" 
with " the Armes of the House of Mordauni, viz. Argent, a 
Chevron Sable between Three Stars waved of the same." 

" Of the Name, Antiquity, &c. of the House of Mordaunt," 

catch-word " Genea-"'[5k-5z] p. 389-441, 53 pages. 
Half Title : " Genealogical Proofs of the Descent and Succes- 
sion of the House of Mordaunt, drawn out of extant Char- 
ters, Records, Histories, and other authentick Testimonies." 

^' The Genealogical Proofs," ficc. [6a-8s] p. 445-698, 253 
pages. 



1018 NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. 

Half Title : " Of the Collateral Branches that have issued 

out of the House of Mordaunt." 
" Of the Collateral Branches," &c. 1 page. 

Errors of paging: — p. 344 is misprinted 334 ; — p. 597^ 598 
are omitted j — pages 663, 664 are repeated, 

SEPARATE PLATES. 

House of Alno. 
I, 2. Engraved Genealogical Plates, with Arms of Alno or Al- 
neto, headed by a Warrior on Horseback in a Coat of 
Mail, inscribed " Paganus de Alneto," &c. 

House of Broc. 
1, 2. Engraved Genealogical Plates, with Arms; beginning with 
a Warrior on Horseback, and inscribed " S"" Ranulfh de 
Broc, Governor of the Castle of Agenet, and Constable of the 
Castle and Honor of Saltwood." 

House of Latimer. 
], 2. Engraved Genealogical Plates, with Arms. A Warrior on 
Horseback, bearing the Arms of Latimer on his Shield ; 
and on the Furniture of the Horse is inscribed " Wil- 
liam Lord Latimer, surnamed le Riche." 
House of Drayton. 
1,2. Engraved Genealogical Plates, with Arms. A Warrior on 
Horseback, bearing the Arms of Latimer on his Shield and 
on the Horse's Furniture. Inscribed" Walter de Verb," 
&;c. 

House of Mauduit. 
], 2, 3. Engraved Genealogical Plates, with Arms, headed with 
a Warrior on Horseback. Inscribed " William, Lord 
Mauduit." These Plates are much foxed. 
House of Greene. 
1, 2, 3. Engraved Genealogical Plates, with Arms. A Warrior 
on Horseback, with the Arms of Greene on his Sur-coat 
and on the Furniture of the Horse. Inscribed " S' Tho- 
mas Greene, Lord of Buckton, and other Lands and 
Lordships." 

House of Vere. 
I, 2, 3. Engraved Genealogical Plates, with Arms. A Warrior 
on Horseback, bearing the Arms of Vere on his Sur- 
coat and on the Furniture of the Horse. Inscribed " Au- 
iiERY DE Vere, Earlc of Guisnes, Cheife Justiciar 



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of England, and Great Chamberlaine to King Henry y^ 
First." 

House of Fitz-Lewis. 

1,2. Engraved Genealogical Plates, with Arms. A Warrior, 
crowned, on Horseback, bearing the Arms of Fitz-Lewis 
on his Sur-coat and on tlie Furniture of the Horse. In- 
scribed " Lewes, Prince of France, after King Lewis v"" 
Eight. By a Noble English Virgin." 

House of Howard of Effingham. 
1, 2. Engraved Genealogical Plates, with Arms. A Warrior on 
Horseback, with the Armorial Bearings of the Howard 
Family on his Sur-coat and on the Furniture of the 
Horse. The first Plate folded. Inscribed " Thomas 
Howard, the second Duke of Norfolk." 

House of MORDAUNT. 

1, 2, 3. Engraved Genealogical Plates, with Arms. A Warrior 
on Horseback. Inscribed " Osbert le Mordaunt, a 
Norman Knight." The second Plate folded. 

4. Toml) of the Mordaunt Family. Forming pages 597, 598. 

5. The Descent of the Mordaunts that were Lords of V/ybald- 

stone, an engraved Plate. 

6. 7. The Descent of the Mordaunts who were L'^^ ^f Hemp- 

stead and Massingham, two Plates. 
8, 9. The Descent of the Mordaunts which were Lords of Oak- 
ley, two engraved Plates. 

10, 11. The Descent of the Mordaunts who were L<^« of Calde- 
cut and the Hill, two engraved Plates. 

12, 13. The Descent of the Mordaunts that were Lords of 
Hardwick, two plates. 

N. B. The Nine preceding Genealogical Plates follow the 
Description ^' of the Collateral Branches that have issued out of 
the House of Mordaunt," at the end of the Volume. The other 
Genealogical Plates should in every instance precede the " Ge- 
nealogical Proofs." 

PLATES ON THE LETTER-PRESS. 
House of Alno. 

1. The Arms of Henry, Earl of Peterborow. On the Title- 

page. 

2. The Arms of the House of Alno. On the Title to the Ge- 

nealogy of that House. 



1 OCO XORTII AM PTONSIIIRE. 

3. Sigill. Halenaldi Davno. On p. 9 of the Genealogy of that 

House. 

4. Sigilkim Willi. Filii Halenaldi Davno. On p. 10 of the Ge- 

nealogy of that House. 

5. Sigillum Hugonis Davno. On p. 12 of the Genealogy of 

that House. 

House of Broc. 
1 . The Arms of the House of Broc. On the Title. 
£. Sigillum Dni. Hugonis De Broc. On p. 30. 
3. S. Dnce. Agnetis Broc. On p. 31. 

House of Latimer. 

1 . The Arms of the House of Latimer. On the Title. 

2. Sigillum Dmc. Johannte Latimer. On p. 56. 

3. Sigillum Nicolai Latimer Militis. On p. 63. 

4. Seal of King Edward the Fourth. On p. 64. 

House of Drayton. 

1. The Arms of the House of Drayton. On the Title. 

2. The Effigies of " VValterus de Draytona" on Glass, in the 

further Window of the North Isle of St. Peter's Church 
in Luffvvick. On the letter-press of p. 89. 

3. Sigillum Dni. Simonis de Draytona. On p. 103. 

4. Sigillum Johannis de Draytona Militis. On p. 109. 

5. Sigillum Baldevvini de Draytona. On p. 113. 

House of Mauduit. 

1 . The Arms of the House of Mauduit. On the Title-page. 

2. Sigillum Dni. Roberti Mauduit. On p. 130. 

3. Sigillum Dni. Willi. Mauduit Camerarii Regis. On p. 130. 
[ 4. Sigillum Fulconis Filii Warini. Secretum Fulconis Filii Wa- 

rini. On p. 131. 
5. Sigillum Fudonis Filii Warini. On p. 132. 
C. An imperfect Seal of the Arms of England in the Reign of 

Henry 3"'. On p. 133. 

7. Sigillum" Dni. Thomae Mauduit. On p. 135. 

8. Sigillum Dnse. Elizabethie de Knovile. On p. 140. 

9. Sigillum Johannis Mauduit Militis. On p. 144. 

House of Greene that were Lords of Drayton. 

1. The Arms of the Houses of Greene and Drayton. On the 

Title. 

2. Sigillum Henrici Grene Militis. On p. 163. 

3 . The Tonibe of S^ Henry Greene, L'' Cheife Justice of En- 

gland, in Green's Norton Church. On p. 168. 



NORTnAMPTOKSIIIRE. 1021 

4. The Tonibe of Sir Thomas Greene, and Maria his Wife, 

Daughter of Lord Talbot, in Green's Norton Church. 
On p. 168. 

5. The Tombe of S"" Thomas Greene, and the Lady PhilHpa his 

Wife, Daughter to the L^ Ferrars of Chartley, in Green's 
Norton Church. On p. \i]Q. 

6. Tlic Tombe of S'' Thomas Greene and Matikla his Wife, 

in Green's Norton Church. On p. l6y. 

7. Sigillum Henriei Grene. On p. 171. 

8. Sigillum Radvlphi Grene. On p. 181. 

9. Sigillum Radvlphi Grene. On p. 182. 

10. The Tombe of Ruuf (ireene, Lord of Drayton, extant in 

the Church of St. Peter in Luffwick, in y'' County of 
Northampton. On p. 189. 

11. Sigillum Johannis Grene. On p. I9I. 

12. Sigillum Henriei Grene Armigeri. On p. 200. 

13. The Tombe of Henry Greene, Lord of Drayton, extant in 

St. Peter's Church in Luffwick. On p. 200. 

14. The Tombe of Edward Stafford, Earle of Wiltsheire, and 

Lord of Drayton, extant in St. Peter's Church in Luff- 
wick. On p, 212. 
15-16. Arms in the Windows of St. Peter's Church in Luffwick : 
also in the East Window of the Chappell at Drayton and 
at Drayton Hall. On pages 228 and 229. 

House of Vere. 

1 . Arms of the House of Vere. On the Title. 

2. Sigillum Aelinse (Adelinae) de Rodlos. On p. 249. 

3. Sigillum Dni. Baldewini De Wac. On p. 230. 

4. Seal of Margaret, Countess of Lincoln and Pembroke. On 

p. 251. 

5. The Tomb of Sir Robert de Vere, as it is extant in the 

Church of Sudburgh, commonly called Sudborow, near 
Drayton, in the County of Northampton. On p. 253. 

6. Sigillum Dnae. Helenae De Ver. On p. 254. 

7. Sigillum Ranulphi, Comitis Cestriae et Lincolnise. p. 253. 

8. Secretum Ranulphi, Comitis Cestriae et Lincolniae. On 

p. 255. 

9. Sigillum Dni. Roberti, Filius Walteri. On p. 256. 

10. Sigillum Baldewini de Ver. On p. 256. 

11. Sigillum Roberti de Ver. On p. 264. 

12. Sigillum Ranulphi de Ver. On p. 268. 

13. Sigillum Roberti de Ver. On p. 271. 

14. Sigillum Dnse. Aliciae de Ver. On p. 2/2. 

PART H. 6 p j^,^ 



1022 NOr.TIIAMPTONSHIRE. 

15. Seal of Edward, Prince of Wales. On p. 275. 

16. Sigillum Roberti dc Ver. On p. 277- 

17. Sigillum Thom?e Assheby. On p. 283. 

18. Sigiiliun Baldewini de Ver. On p. 285. 

19. Sigillum Ricardi de Ver. On p. 289. 

20. The Tombc of S"" Henry Vere, Kn'. On p. 300. 

House of Fitz-Lewis. 
1. The Arms of the House of Fitz-Lewis on the Title-page. 

House of Howard of Effingham. 
1. The Arms of the House of Howard of Effingham. On 
the Title. 

House of Mordaunt. 

1 . The Arms of the House of Mordaunt. On the Title- 

page, the same as in the original Title. 

2. Sigillvm Samsonis Fortis. On p. 447. 

3. Sigillvm Ranulphi Comitis Cestrie. On p. 431. 

4. Sigillvm Reginaldi De Grey. On p. 457. 

5. Sigillvm Roberti Mordavnt. On p. 461. 

6. Sigillvm Alexandri Bozonn. On p. 462. 

7. Sigillvm Edmundi Mordavnt. On p. 465. 

8. Sigillvm Roberti Mordavnt. On p. 470. 

9. Sigillvm Thomue Dardres. On p. 471. 

10. Sigillvm .lohaniiis le Strange. On p. 475. 

1 1. Sigillvm Roberti Mordavnt. On p. 478. 

12. Sigillvm Johannis Mordavnt. On p. 493. 

13. The Signature of King Richard the Third. On p. 494. 

14. The Signature of King Richard the Third. On p. 495. 

15. The Signature of King Henry the Seventh. On p. 495. 

16. The Tomb of John, Lord Mordaunt, and Editha his Wife. 

On p. 524. 

17. Sigillvm lohannis Domini Mordavnt. On p. 596. 

18. Sigillvm lohannis Domini Mordavnt Dni Baronis de Tur- 

vey. On p. 603. 

19. The Tomb of John, the second Lord Mordaunt, as it is ex- 

tant in the Church of Turvey, in the County of Bed- 
ford. On p. 604. 

20. Sigillvm Lodovici Mordavnt Militis Dni Baronis de Turvey. 

On p. 6<25. 

21. The Tomb of Lewis, Lord Mordaunt. On p. 626. 

22. Sigillvm " Carvlvs Com. Noting. Baro. Howard de Ef- 

fingha Ca"^ Ivstici'' omnium Fores^'" et Parca^'" citra 
Trentam." On p. 631. 



NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. 1023 

23. Sigillvm Ilcnrici Domini Mordavnt Dili Baronis de Turvey. 

On p. 640. 

24. Sigillvm lohannis Comitis de Petribvrgo Dili Baronis de 

Turvey. On p. 663. 
N. B. The impression of this very rare volume was limited to 
Twenty four copies. — Goug/i. 

XV. 

A Copy of the last Will and Testament of Sir George 
BuswELL, Bart, of Clipston, in the County of North- 
ampton : to which is prefixed an Epistle Dedicatoiy 
to the several Inhabitants of Clipston, Kelmarsh, 
Oxenden Magna, Marston Trussel, Hasleheech, and 
East Farndon, in the said County of Northampton. 

London : Printed in the Year 1714, and afterwards reprinted 

at Market Harborough by W. Harrod. Octavo^ 31 pages, 

including the Title and Preface. 

*^* Sir Geo. Buswell, by his Will, dated 18th March 1677, 
founded a free School and Hospital at Clipston, for twelve poor 
persons, to be taken out of Clipston and Nobold Parishes, or 
out of other Towns in the County where he had Estates, and 
for the children of the six Parishes above mentioned. — Bridges. 

N. B. This pamphlet was privately printed by one of the 
Trustees for the above Charity for Distribution amongst the 
principal Parishioners : it was never sold, and is now become 
extremely scarce. 

XVI. 

A Short Account of the Two Charitable Foun- 
dations at King's Cliffe, in the County of 
Northampton. The one founded in the Year 
1 H5 by Mrs. Elizabeth Hutcheson of King's Clitfe, 
Relict of the late Archibald Hutcheson, Esq. of 
Westminster; the other foundca in the Year 1727 
by William Law of King's Cliffe, Presbyter of the 
Church of England. 

Stamford : Printed by Francis Howgrave, in the Year of our 
Lord MDCCLV. QiiartOj 26 pages, besides a Half Title and 
the above Title-page. 



1024 NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. 

XVII. 

An Appeal to the Publick in behalf of all the Scho- , 
lars born or to be born in the Two Counties of 
Northampton and Lincoln, on the Case of the 
Rev'^ Dr. Wilcox, Master of Clare Hall, his having 
first taken away the Propriety of Mr. Freeman's 
Foundation. With a Postscript concerning the Re- 
moval of Mr. Freeman's Fellows to the old Founda- 
tion, shewing the real Value of it. By a Former 
Fellow. 

Printed for the Author in the Year 1747. Quarto, 36 pages. 

XVIII. 

The Practice of a College, and the Visitor's Deci- 
sion concerning it, submitted to the Consideration of 
the Public, in Behalf of Founders or Benefactors, 
and of Scholars in the University of Caml)ridge : or 
a Copy of a Letter from an eminent Lawyer, occa- 
sion'd by the Visitor's Decision against the Right of 
Natives of the Two Counties of Northampton 
and Lincoln to Mr. Freeman's Foundation in Clare 
Hall ; with an Account of the Case, and Copies of 
Records. 

London : Printed for the Author : and sold by C. Hitch and 
L. Hawes in Paternoster Row; and by John Clay, Bookseller, 
in Daventry, Northamptonshire, mdcclv. Ouarlo, 21 pages. 

XIX. 

A Letter to the Commoners of Rockingham 
Forrest ; wlierein is brietly and plainly shewn the 
Right of Common they are entitled to in the Forrest, 
and a Method proposed by which they may preserve 
their Rights at a very easy Expense, if they will una- 
nimously pursue it. By a Commoner (the Rev'' 
W. Gould, Rector of AVcldon). 

Stamford : Printed by F. Hougrave, 1 744, and reprinted Fe- 
bruary 1794. Octavoj 23 pages. 



NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. 1025 

XX. 

A Brief Account of the Virtues of the Famous Well 
of AsTROP, not far from Oxford, of late so much 
frequented by the Nobility and Gentry. By a Learn- 
ed Physician. 

London : Printed in the Year mdclxviii. Small quarto, 
8 pages. 

XXI. 

Strange and Wonderful News from Oundle in 
Northamptonshire ; giving an imprirtial Rela- 
tion of the Drumming Well, commonly called 
Dobse's Well ; wherein is heard the pertect Beat- 
ing of a Drum to all Manner of Points of War ; 
with the many and several Times it has beaten, and 
what remarkable Occurrences have happened there- 
upon in these Kingdoms of England, Scotland, and 
Ireland, with the Opinions of several Learned Men 
who have enquired into the Nature and Causes of it. 
As also a particular Account of its present Beating, 
the Truth of which is and will be attested by sundry 
Persons of undoubted Credit, as well Inhabitants of 
the City of London as other substantial Persons who 
live in the said Place where the Well is. Licensed 
according to Order. 

London: Printed for John Godin in High Holbourn. 1692. 
Octavo, 8 pages, including the Title-page, 

XXII. 
A Faithful Narrative of Facts relative to the 
late Presentation of Mr. II(avve)s to the Rectory 
of Al — w — le (Aldwinckle) in Northamptonshire ; 
setting forth the Manner in which the same was ob- 
tained from the Patron, and the subsequent Conduct 
of Mr. M— n (Madan) and Mr. H(awe)s. To which 
are annexed some Remarks on a Manuscript Narra- 
tive subscribed M. M. The Second Edition. 



10126 NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. 

" Summum Jus, summa est Injuria." 

London : Printed for the Author, mdcclxxvii. Octavo, 

36 pages. 

N. B. A Reply to this Tract was written and published by the 
Rev. M. Madan. 

XXIII. 

M ARMOR ESTONIA NUM, seu Dissertatio de 
Sella Marinorea Votiva Estonia? in Agro Northamp- 
toniensi conservata. Authore J. Nixon, A.M. 

LoNDiNi : Typis J. Bettenham : Exemplaria prostant apud 
R. Manby et H. S. Cox. 1/44. Quarto, 36 pages. 

With a Frontispiece, representing the Sella Eitoniana. G. V'*'^ 
Gucht del. & sc. 

XXIV. 

An Essay on a Sleeping Cupid, being one of the 
Arundelian Marbles in the Collection of the (late) 
Right Honourable the Earl of Ponifret. By John 
Nixon, A.M. and F.R.S. Rector of Cold Higham, 
in Northamptonshire. 

" Artificum veteres agnoscere Ductus, 

Et noil iriscrlptis Authoiem reddere Sif^iiis." 

Statius, Sylv. l.iv. 6. v. 24. 

London : Printed for R. Manby in the Old Bailey, near Lud- 
gate Hill : and sold likewise at his Shop, the North West 
Corner of the Royal Exchange, in Threadneedle Street. 
MDCCLV. Quarto, 37 pages, exclusive of the Title. 

XXV. 

A Description of the Great Oak in Salcey Fo- 
rest, in the County of Northampton, Illustrated 
by Two Views. By II. Rooki:, E.S.A. 

Nottingham : Printed by S. Tupman, Smithy Row. 
MDCCXCvii. Octavo, 8 pages. 

XXVI. 

General View of the Agriculture of the County 
of Northampton; with Observations on the Means 



NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. 1027 

of its Improvement. Drawn up for the Considera- 
tion of the Board of Agriculture and internal Im- 
provement. To which is added an Appendix, con- 
taining a Comparison between the ErSglish and Scotch 
Systems of Husbandry, as practised in the Counties 
of Northampton and Perth. By James Donald- 
son, Dundee. 

Edinburgh : Printed by Adam Neill and Company. 
MDccxciv. Quarto^ 87 pages. 

XXV 11. 

General View of the Agriculture of the County 
of Northampton. Drawn up for the Board of 
Agriculture and internal Improvement. By Wi lliam 
Pitt. 

" While tlirouiih tl'.e vvcll-plouglied field tlie sower stalks 
VVitli measur'd step, and lil>f ra! throwb the grain 
Into tin- faithful bosoin of the j^round, 
The harrow follows harsh, and shuts the scene. 
Here sits the shejilierd on the grassy turf, 
Inhannij hcaitlifui the descending sun; 
Around l)im \'ei.-k\^ his merry bleating flock, 
Of various cadence, and his sportive lambs 
This way and that convolv'd, in fri^kful glee 
Their frolics play." Thomson. 

London : Printed for Richard Phillips, Bridge Street : sold by 
Birdsall, Burnham,and Abel, Northampton ; Collis and Dash, 
Kettering; and Robins, Daventry. 1809. Octavo, 332 pages. 

With a coioured Map of the Soil of Northamptonshire. Folded. 

Neele sc. 



1028 



NORTHUMBERLAND. 

I. 

The Natural History and Antiquities of North- 
umberland ; and of so much of the County of 
Durham as lies l)et\vecn the Rivers Tyne and Tweed, 
commonly called North Bishoprick. In Two Vo- 
lumes. By John Wallis, A.M. 

London : Printed for the Author hy W. and W. Strahan ; and 
sold by S. Bladon in Paternoster Row. mdcc LXix. Quarto, 

VOL. \, 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to His Grace Hugh^ Duke of Northumberland. 

List of Subscribers, 4 pages. 

The Preface, p. v-xii. 

A General Introductory Description of Northumberland, &;c. 

p. xiii-xxvii. 
Contents of the First Volume, 4 pages. 
The Natural History of the County, [B-Kkk 3] 438 pages. 
Typographical Errata, Vol. L 1 page. 

VOL. IL 
Title-page as in Volume L 
Contents of the Second Volume, 2 pages. 
The Antiquities of Northumberland, SlC. [b-c ccc] 562 pages. 
Appendix of Instruments, [cccc 2-£ece4] 22 pages. 
Typographical Errata, Vol. H. 1 page. 

N. B. Page 208 is misprinted SOS. 

*^:* There arc copies of this work on Large Paper. 

IL 
A View of Northumberland, with an Excursion 
to the Abbey of Mailross in Scotland. By W. Hut- 
chinson, Anno 1776. In Two Volumes. 
Newcastle : Printed by T. Saint for W. Charnley, and Messrs. 
Vesey and Whitfield, mdcclxxvih. Quarto, 



NORTHUMBERLAND. 1029 

VOL. I. 

Engraved Title-page as before, with a View of Hexham Abbey, 
engraved by J. Bailey. 

Engraved Dedication to Sir John Hussey Delaval of Seaton De- 
laval, Bart. 

Acknowledgment to Correspondents, and List of Subscribers, 
2 pages. 

Preface, 1 page. 

Introduction, p. iii-xxviii. 

The View of Northumberland, Part I. [b-4h] 301 pages. 

Appendix, [4 H 2-4 l] 1 1 jiages. 

A State of the Churches under the Archdeaconry of Northum- 
berland, and in Hexham peculiar Jurisdiction, with the Suc- 
cession of Incumbents ; extracted from the Manuscripts of 
the Rev. Mr. Thomas Randal, A.B. deceased, late Vicar of 
Ellingham in the County of Northumberland, and Master of 
the Grammar School in Durham, [a-g] 62 pages. 

Itinerary and Index, [4 i] 4 pages. 

Errata, and Order of the Plates, 1 page. 

PLATES, &C. 

1 . Genealogical Table of the Kings of Northumberland. Fold- 

ed. To face p. 1 of the Introduction. 

A Table of Coins. On the letter-press of p.xxvii of the 
Introduction. 

Whitley, a Roman Station. On the letter-press of p. 4 of 
the View. 

Featherston Castle. J. Bailey del. & sc. On the letter- 
press of p. 10 of the View. 

Roman Fragments, with Inscriptions, found near Carr-Vo- 
ran. On the letter-press of p. 18. 

2. View of Thirlwall Castle, p. 42. 

Monumental Stone, with the Effigy of a Man in a Niche. 

On the letter-press of p. 46. 
Plan of encamping a Roman Army. On the letter-press of 

p. 73. 
Roman Station, in a perfect state. On the letter-press of 

p. 79. 
Monumental Stone, with the Figure of a V/oman. On the 

letter-press of p. 81. 
Antiquities found at Walwick Grange. On the letter-press 

of pp. 82-83. 

3. Inscription in the Church at Hexham. Hutchinson del, 

p.91. 

PART II. 6 Q, 



1030 NOKTHUMBERLAND. 

Effigy of an Ecclesiastic, hooded. On the letter-press of 

p.' 96. 
Figure of Silenus. On the letter-press of p. 97- 

4. Two antique Figures, with Three Shields of Arms, in the 

Church of Hexham. W. Hutchinson del. Stephens sc. 

p. 97. 

5. Inscription on an Oak Mantle-piece in the Old Tower at 

Hexham, p. 10/. 
View of the Castle of Prudhoe. On the letter-press of 
p. 121. 

6. The Roman Lanx found at Corbridge. Folded. Stephens 

sc. p. 145. 

7. The Altar found at Corbridge. p. 166. 

Effigy of Robin of Risingham. On letter-press of p. 192. 
Roman Sculpturt^, with Inscription. On the letter-press of 

p. 210. 
Roman Inscription, with Figures. On the letter-press of 

p. 213. 
Inscription on a square Stone found at Symondburn. On 

the letter-j)ress of p. 213. 
Percy's Cross, erected to the Memory of Sir Ralph Percy 

slain A.D. 1463. On the letter-press of p. 235. 
Druidical Monument of Ten Stones. On the letter-press of 

p. 236. 

8. The Monument on Yevering Bell. p. 246. 

9. View of Kelso Abbey. J. Bailey del. & sc. p. 263. 
Another View of Kelso Abbey. On the letter-press of p. 266. 
A Circular Fort. On the letter-press of p. 279. 

View of Dryburgh Abbey. On the letter-press of p. 281. 

10. View of Mailross Abbey. J. Bailey del. & sc. p. 282. 

1 1 . Fac-simile of a Charter of Mailross Abbey by David, King 

of Scotland. In the Collection of Marmaduke Tunstall, 
Esq. Folded, p. 3 of Appendix. 

VOL. II. 

Engraved Title-page ; with a Vignette View of St. Nicholas 
Church, Newca-stle. J. Bailey del. & sc. 

Advertisement, 1 page. 

The View of Northumberland continued, [a-6 c3] 473 pages. 

Ancient Customs which prevail in the County of Northumber- 
land, with Conjectures thereon, [a-e 2] 20 pages. 

Itinerary and Index, and Order of the Plates, [6e] 4 pages. 

Error of paging: — p. 472 is misprinted 468. 



NORTHUMBERLAND. 1031 

PLATES. 

1. South View of Ford Castle. J. Bailey del. & sc. p. 19. 
Fragment of a Stone, with Sculptnres, found at Noiham. 

On the letter-press of p. 25. 
View of Norham Castle. On the letter-press of j). 28. 
View of Holy Island. On the letter-press of p. 106. 

2. North View of Lindisfarn Catliedrai. W. Hutchinson del. 

J. Bailey sc. p. 111. 
Another View of Lindisfarn Cathedral. On the letter-press 
of p. (37. 

3. View of Bambrough Castle. J. Bailey del. & sc. p. 155. 
View of Dunstanborough Castle. (W.) Hutchinson del. 

J. Bailey sc. On the letter-press of p. 187. 

4. View of Alnwick Castle. J. Bailey sc. p. 193. 
Antiquities found at Alnwick Castle. On the letter-press 

of p. 244. 
Alnwick Abbey Gateway. On the letter-press of p. 255. 

5. Warkworth Castle. J. Bailey sc. p. 257. 

The Hermitage at Warkworth. J. Bailey sc. On the let- 
ter-press of p. 262. 

Monument in the Chapel of Warkworth. On the letter- 
press of p. 264. 

6. View of Brinkburn Priory. J. Bailey del. & sc. p. 280. 
Mitford Castle. W. Hutchinson del. 1777- Bailey sc. On 

the letter-press of p. 285. 
Bothall Castle. W. Hutchinson del. 1777- Bailey sc. On 

the letter-press of p. 307. 
Writ of Sir Robert Ogle, with the Seal. On the letter-press 

of p. 310. 

7. Monumental Figures of Two of the Ogle Family, with their 

Arms (no Inscription) ; an octavo Plate, p. 313. {Not 
in the printed List of Plates.) 

8. North Front of Seaton Delaval. .1. Bailey sc. p. 329. 

9. South Front of Seaton Delaval. J. Bailey sc. p. 331. 

10. Mausoleum at Seaton Delaval. Sir J. H. Delaval del. Bailey 

sc. p. 333. 

11. View of Hartley Haven. Bailey sc. 1779- P- 333. 

1 2. The Forge near Ford Castle. Bailey sc. p. 337- 

13. View of Tynemouth Priory. Bailey del. & sc. p. 341. 

14. North West View of Tynemouth Priory. Bailey del. & sc. 

p. 343. 



1032 NORTHUMBERLAND. 

III. 

A Historical and Descriptive View of the 
County of Northumberland, and of the Town 
and County of Nencastle upon Tyne, with Berwick 
upon Tweed, and other celebrated Places on the 
Scottish Border: comprehending the various Subjects 
of Natural, Civil, and Ecclesiastical Geography, 
Agriculture, Mines, Manufactures, Trade, Commerce, 
Buildings, Antiquities, Curiosities, Public Institu- 
tions, Population, Customs, Biography, Local His- 
tory, &c. Carefully collected from personal Research, 
original Communications, and Works of undoubted 
Authority. In Two Volumes. 

Nevtcastle upon Tyne : Printed and published by Mackenzie 
&: Deut, St. Nicholas Church-yard. 1811. Octavo. 

VOL. I. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the Rt. Hon. Hugh, Earl Percy, by the Pub- 
lishers, dated Oct. 7, 1811. 

List of Subscribers, p. v-xviii. 

Preface, p. xix, xx. 

Contents of Volume I. and Directions to the Binder, 4 pages. 

Historical Part, [a-3f2] 780 pages. 

Errors of paging :— p. 113 for 215;— pp. 121-123 for 221- 

223; — p. 734 for 733. 

PLATES. 

1. A New Map of Northumberland, divided into Wards, ex- 

hibiting its Roads, Rivers, Parks, &:c. Folded. R. Scott 
sc. To face the Title. 

2. View of the High Street and Town Hall, Berwick, from the 

Main Guard, p. 361. 
3-4. North and South Fronts of Hartford House. Dedicated 
to William Burdon, Esq. R. Scott sc. p. 464. 

3. Alnwick Castle, the Seat of His Grace the Duke of North- 

umberland, p. 610. 

VOL. H. 
Title-page as before. 
Contents of the Second Volume, p. iii-vi. 



NORTHUMBEPvLAND. 1033 

History of Northumberland continued, [a-3m3] p. 3-806. 

Addenda, p. 807-812. 

Errata in both Volumes, 1 page. 

Errors of paging: — p. 497 for 597; — pages 780-788 are re- 
peated, and follow. 

PLATES. 

1. Plan of a Roman Encampment at Chew Green. Dedicated 

to John Smart, Esq. Trewitt House, p. 101. 

2. Warkworth Castle. R. Scott sc. p. 104. 

3. Interior View of Hexham Church. Drawn by Mr. Forester, 

Hexham. R. Scott sc. p. 326. 

4. A South View of the Ruins of Tynemouth Priory, p. 522. 

5. South East View of Newcastle upon Tyne. p. 609. 

6. South Front of the County Court House of Northumber- 

land. R. Scott sc. p. 717. 

IV. 

An Index of Places mentioned in Mr. Horsley's 

INIap of Northumberland. 

Edinburgh : Printed by Hamilton, Balfour, and Neill. 
MDCCLiii. Octavo, 39 pages. 

V. 

A Companion to Capt. Armstrong's IVIap of North- 
umberland, with that Part of the County of Durham, 
North of Tyne ; describing its Situation and Boun- 
dary : with an alphabetical Index for the more ready 
finding any capital Place or remaj'kable Thing ; with 
a List of the Parish Churches and Chapels, &c. and 
the Names of the Patrons. 

London : Printed by W. Prat in New Round Court, Strand. 
MDCCLXix. Octavo, 40 pages. 

VI. 

LEGES MARCHIARUM: or Border Laws; 

containing several original Articles and Treaties made 
and agreed upon by the Commissioners of the re- 
spective Kings of England and Scotland, for the 



1034 NOilTIIUMBERLAND. 

betcer Preservation of Peace and Commerce upon 
the Marches of both Kingdoms, from the Reign of 
Henry III. to the Union of the Two Crowns in 
K. James I. With a Preface, and an Appendix of 
Charters and Records relating to the said Treaties. 
By William (Nicholson), Lord Bishop of- Car- 
lile. 
London : Printed for Tim. Goodwin, at the Queen's Head 
asiainst St. Dunstan's Church, in Fleet Street, mdccv. 
Octavo. 

Half Title. Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the Rt. Hon. Thomas, Earl of Pembroke and 

Montgomery, 4 pages. 
The Preface to the Reader, 5Q pages. 
The Border Laws, and Appendix, [b-cc2] 388 pages. 

VII. 

The Border PIistory of England and Scotland, 
deduced from the earliest Times to the Union of the 
Two Crowns : comprehending a particular Detail of 
the Transactions of the Two Nations with one an- 
other; Accounts of remarkable Antiquities, and a 
Variety of interesting Anecdotes of the most consi- 
derable Families and distinguished Characters in both 
Kingdoms. By the late M\\ Georc.e Ridfatii, 
Minister of Stichill : revised and published by the 
Author\s Brother, Mr. Philip Ridpath, Minister of 
Hutton. 

London : Printed for T. Cadell in the Strand ; A. Donaldson 
in St. Paul's Church Yard; J.Balfour in Edinburgh; and 
R. Taylor in Berwick, mdcclxxvi. Quarto. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to His Grace the Duke of Northumberland, signed 

Philip Ridpath. 
Preface, 2 pages. 

The Border History, [b-4x] 706 pages. 
Index, [4x2-4 z 3] 19 pages. 
Errata, 1 page. 



NORTHUMBERLAND. 1035 

VIII. 

CHOROGRAPIILl : or A Suiixey of Newcastle 
UPON Tlne. The Estate of this Country under the 
Romans. The Building of the famous Wall of the 
Picts by the Romans. The ancient Town of Pan- 
don. A briefe Description of the Town, Walls, 
Wards, Churches, Religious Houses, Streets, Mar- 
kets, Fairs, River, and Commodities, with the Sub- 
urbs. The ancient and present Government of the 
Town. As also, a Relation of the County of North- 
umberland, which was the Buhvark for England 
against the Inrodes of the Scots. Their many Casdes 
and Towers. Their ancient Families and Names. 
Of the Tenure in Cornage. Of Cheviot Hills. Of 
Tinedale, and Reedsdale, with the Inhabitants. (By 
William Grey.) 

" Poteslas omnium ad Ctesarera pertlnef, proprietus ad sbigulo^.^' 
Newcastle: Printed by S. B. I649. Small quarto. 

Title-page as above, within a border, 

A Latin Dedication to tlie Burgesses and Commonalty, accom- 
panied by the Arms of Newcastle upon Tyue, engraved on 
Wood, with a descriptive Distich. 

To the Candid Reader, signed W. G. 2 pages. 

The Contents, 2 pages. 

The Survey of Newcastle, beginning with a brief Notice of 
"The First Natives of this Island," [b-f] 34 pages. 

N. B. A Survey of the River of Tyne, leading from the Sea 
on tlie East, to Newcastle on the West, engraved by Hollar, is 
prefixed to some copies of this tract, wliich was afterwards re- 
printed in the Harleian Miscellany, vol. iii. p. 256. 

IX. 

Ci/Oi^OG/J.-^P/f//^.- or A Survey of Newcastle 
UPON Tyne in 1649. 

Newcastle : Printed for the Antiquarian Society of Newcastle 
upon Tyne by S. Hodgson, Union Street. 1813. Sinall folio, 
printed upon foolscap writing paper. 

Title-page as above, with a Vignette View of the Castle engraved 
on Wood. 



\036 NORTHUMBERLAND. 

The original Title-page, within a Two Line border. 

The Latin Dedication, Arms, &c. as in the preceding Edition, 

with the Arms of Newcastle as a Vignette. 
To the Candid Reader, 3 pages. 
The Contents, 1 page. 
The Survey, [b-m] 43 pages. 

X. 

The History of Newcastle upon Tyne : or The 
ancient and present State of that Town. By the 
late Henry Bourne, M.A. Curate of All Hallows 
in Newcastle. 

" ILcc — alias inter Copnt exluUl Urbes." — ViRG. Eel. 1. 

Newcastle upon Tyne : Printed and sold by John White. 
MDCcxxxvi. Folio. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to Walter Blackett, Esq. Mayor ; the Recorder, Al- 
dermen, SheriiT, and to the Common Council of the Town of 
Newcastle upon Tyne, signed Henry Bourne and Eleanor 
Bourne, the Author's Children. 

List of Subscribers, 3 pages. 

The Preface, p. v-viii. 

Historical Part, [s-Rrr] 246 pages. The last paged leaf was 
rej^rinted in IJ.")/, but is bound only in a few copies. 

Appendix, not numbered, 3 pages. 

With a folded Plan of Newcastle, having the Arms of the Town 
at the left hand corner : to face the Title. — Views of the 
Town on pages ], 32, and 109 3 also various Roman Altars on 
p. 176, engraved on Wood. 

XI. 

The History and Antiquities of the Town and 
County of the Town of Newcastle upon 
Tyne ; including an Account of the Coal Trade of 
that Place, and embellished with engraved Views of 
the Publick Buildings, Sec. By JoiiN Brand, M.A. 
Fellow awd Secretary of the Society of Antiquaries, 
London. In Two Volumes. 

" Urhs antiijua 

dives opum, studiisque aspcrrima belli." \'ikg. 



NORTHUMBERLAND. 1037 

London : Printed for B. White and Son, Booksellers, Horace's 
Head, Fleet Street ; and T. and J. Egerton, Whitehall, A.D. 
MDccLXXXix. Quarto. 

VOL. L 

Engraved Title-page as before, with an emblematical Vignette, 
part of which consists of a Female Figure, the Genius of New- 
castle, supporting on a Scroll the only engraved Portrait in 
profile of the Author. Fittler inv. et sc. 

Dedication to the Mayor, Recorder, Aldermen, Sheriff, and 
Common Council of Newcastle, dated March 1, 1789. 

Preface, p. iii-x. 

List of Subscribers, p. xi-xvi. 

The History of Newcastle, and Appendix, [b-4q4] 67 1 pages, 
(p. 672 blank.) 

Addenda, [4r] p. 673-676. 

Index to Volume L Errata, and List of Plates, 4 pages. 

PLATES. 

1. Portrait of Sir Walter Blackett, Bart. Inscribed to Sir 

John Trevelyan, Bart. M.P. with the Family Arms and 
Quarterings over the Portrait, supported by a Figure of 
Charity, &c. and below is the Coat of Trevelyan. Sir 
J. Reynolds del. J. Fittler sc. Frontispiece. 

2. Folded Plan of Newcastle, p. 1 . 

3. A larger Plan of the Town and of Gateshead, 1788; to- 

gether with a Copy of the oldest Plan of Newcastle, taken 
from Speed's Map of Northumberland. Folded, R. Beilby 
sc. p. 1. 

4. An inside View of part of the Town Wall of Newcastle 

upon Tyne, near St. Andrew's Church, between New- 
gate and Westgate ; with a Tower, at present the Meet- 
ing House of the Company of Paviors. Inscribed to 
Hugh Hornby, Esq. Alderman, p. 2. 

5. View of the West Gate in Newcastle upon Tyne, from the 

West. Inscribed by James Fittler, the Engraver, to the 
Author, p. 10. 

6. North View of Newgate. Inscribed to Edward Mosley, 

Esq. Mayor, p. 13. 

7. Pilgrim Street Gate, South Front. Inscribed to James Rud- 

man, Esq. Alderman. E. Edwards del. J. Fittler sc. 
p. 15. 

8. View of Newcastle upon Tyne, taken from the Shield-Field 

PART II. 6 R 



1038 NORTHUMBERLAND. 

on the East. Inscribed to His Grace Hugh, Duke of 
Northumberland. Folded. J. Fittler del. & sc. p. 1". 
9. Statues of the Kings Charles 2"'^ and James 2"=^, &:c. 
p. 30 

10. View of the Ruins of Newcastle Bridge, as they appeared 

after the Fall thereof in November 1771. Inscribed to 
John Erasmus Blackett, Esq. Mayor, p. 49. 

1 1 . View of part of the ancient Church of St. Mary's Hospital, 

converted into a Grammar School. Inscribed to the Rev*^ 
Hugh Moises, A.M. Folded, p. 67. 

12. View of the Assembly House. Inscribed to the Members of 

the Subscription Rooms. Folded. J. Beilby del. J. Fitt- 
ler sc. p. 121. 

13. An inside View of the Monastery of Blackfriars, with a 

Fragment of the Western Window of the Church still 
remaining. Inscribed to Gawen Aynsley of Little Harle, 
Esq. J. Brand del. p. 122. 

14. View of the Old Castle. Inscribed to Sir John Chrichloe 

Turner, Knt. Jas. Fittler sc. p. 143. 

15. View of the elegant Steeple, &c. of the Church of St. Ni- 

cholas. Inscribed to John Lowes, of Ridley Hall, Esq. 
p. 236. 

16. The Steeple (only) of St. Nicholas's Church. Inscribed to 

John Hedley, Esq. Alderman, p. 260. 

17. A curious Plate of Brass, inlaid on the Table Monument of 

Roger Thornton, the celebrated Patron of Newcastle 
upon Tyne in the days of K. Henry IV. and still pre- 
served in the Church' of All Saints in that Town. In- 
scribed to Walter Trevelyan, Esq. Folded. R. Beilby 
del.&sc. p. 277. 

18. Monuments in the Churches of St. Nicholas and All Saints. 

Folded, p. 277. 

19. The old Font in the late Church of All Saints, with the 

Five Shields of Arms around it; also the temporary 
Bridge, as it stood on the 25"' of October 1772. In- 
scribed to Mr. David Stephenson, Architect. R. Beilby 
sc. p. 369. 

20. View of the Infirmary. Inscribed to the Memory of Mr. 

Joseph Saint, late Treasurer. J. Fittler del. & sc. p. 4 1 2. 

21. A Fac-simile Plan of Condercum, drawn A.D. 1751 or 1732, 

by Robert Shafto, Esq. of Benwell. p. 606, 

22. A Fac-simile Plan of a Roman Hypocaust or Sudatory, dis- 

covered about 300 Yards from the Station Condercum to 



NORTHUMBERLAND, 1039 

the South West. From the original stained Drawing of 
Robert Shafto, Esq. p. 606. 

23. Roman Altars, &c. discovered at this Station, p. 607. 

24^ Views and Section of the Roman Wall, &c. p. 607- 

Various Roman Fragments, Inscriptions, &;c. On the let- 
ter-press of pages 608-617. 

VOL. II. 
Engraved Title-page as before. 

The History of Newcastle continued, with an Appendix and Ad- 
denda, [b-4z2] 724 pages. 
Index, Omissions, Errata, and List of Plates, 8 pages. 
N. B. Page 377 for 5 75. 

PLATES. 

1 . Head of a River God, the Tyne. Designed by Sir W™ 

Chambers. J. Fittler so. Frontispiece. 

2. View of Newcastle upon Tyne, taken from the South side 

of the River. Inscribed to Sir Matthew White Ridley, 
Bart. Folded. Drawn and engraved by J. Fittler, May 
1785. p. 1. 

3. View of the Port of Tyne, with Clifford's Fort and the 

Light Houses belonging to the Trinity House of New- 
castle. Inscribed to George Stephenson, Esq. p. 36. 

4. Miscellaneous Anti(|uities. Folded, p. 47. 

5. North View of the Remains of the Castle and Monastery of 

Tinmouth. Inscribed to His Grace Hugh, Duke of 
Northumberland. Folded. R. Waters del. J. Fittler sc. 
p. 65. 

6. 7- Miscellaneous Seals. Folded, p. 142. 

8. Arms of the Corporation of Newcastle upon Tyne, &c. In- 

scribed to Nathaniel Clayton, Esq. p. 183. 

9. View of the Exchange. Inscribed to Sir Matthew White 

Ridley, Bart. M.P. Folded. E. Edwards del. J. Fitt- 
ler sc. p. 217. 
10. Plate of Coins struck at Newcastle upon Tyne, and Trades- 
men's Tokens. Inscribed to Mr. Thomas Saint, p. 385. 
Likewise Six various Inscriptions, &cc. on the letter-press of 
pages 51, 62, 63, and 64. 

XII. 
An Impartial History of the Town and County 
of Newcastle upon Tyne and its Vicinity ; com- 
prehending an Account of its Origin, Population, 



1040 NORTHUMBERLAND. 

Coal, Coasting, and Forei2;n Trade ; together with an 
accurate Description of all its Public Buildings, Ma- 
nufactories, Coal Works, &c. (By the Rev'* 

Bailey.) 

Newcastle upon Tyne : Printed by and for Vint and Ander- 
son in the Side. 1801. Octavo, 

(Pnblished by Subscription.) 

Engraved Title-page as above, with a Vignette Representation 

of the Mouth of a Coal Pit. 
List of Subscribers. 

Dedication to the Mayor and Corporation, by the Publishers. 
Addre .o > > the Public, p. iii-viii. 
Historic;! Part, [b-4F4] p. 9-608. 
Appendix, [4g] p. 609, filO. 
Contents, Errata, and Directions for the Binder, p. 61 1-612. 

PLATES. 

1. Sheet Plan of Newcastle upon Tyne and Gateshead, 1802, 

with the Front View of the Exchange. Folded. En- 
graved by J. A. Kidd. To front the Title. 

2. The Assembly Rooms, p. 215. 

3. View of St. Nicholas Church from the North East. Folded. 

p. 221. 

4. View of All Saints Church from the East. Folded, p. 261. 

5. View of the Infirmary, with the New Building, p. 321. 

XIII. 
The Picture of Newcastle upon Tyne ; being a 
Brief Historical and Descriptive Guide to the prin- 
cipal Buildings, Streets, Public Institutions, Manu- 
factures, Curiosities, Sec. within that Town, and its 
Neighbourhood for Twelve Miles round ; and in- 
cluding an Account of the Roman Wall, and a de- 
tailed History of the Coal Trade. The whole illus- 
trated by a Map of the various Coal Mines on the 
Rivers Tyne and Wear, a Plan of Newcastle, and 
other Engravings. 

Newcastle upon Tyne : Printed by and for D. Akenhead and 
Sons, Sandhill : Sold also by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, 
and Brown, Paternoster Row, London. 1812. Duodecimo, 
310 pages. 



NORTHUMBERLAND. 1 04 1 

A Sheet Map of the Rivers Tjiie and Wear, with the ColUeries, 
and a Plan of Newcastle at the left corner of the same, en- 
graved by Lambert, faces the Title ; and Nineteen Wood-cuts 
are worked on the several pages of letter-press. 

XIV. 
All Essay on Charters; in which are particularly 
considered those of Newcastle: with Remarks on 
its Constitution, Customs, and Franchises. By John 
Collier. 

Newcastle: Printed by Tho. Slack, mdcclxxvii. Small 
quarto, ll6 pages, including Title, Preface, and Contents. 

XV. 

An Account of certain Charities; containing a 
Catalogue of several Benefactors who have given or 
left any Thing to Pious and Charitable Uses, as the 
Churcli, the Poor, or Free Schools in Tyndale 
Ward, in the County of X^orthumberland, made at 
Easter 1713: also Copies and Abstracts of several 
Bequests and Settlements for the Use of those con- 
cerned in the Management and Distribution of such 
Charities; with some Remarks thereupon. To which 
is added, a brief Account and Description of the Pa- 
risli and Parish Church of Hexham, in the County 
aforesaid. 

Newcastle upon Tyne : Printed by John White (for the Au- 
thor), and sold by him at his House on the Side. 1713. Oc- 
tavo, 86 pages, including the Title, the Publisher to the 
Reader ; an additional leaf of two pages, not numbered, after 
page 30, containing the Charities of Slealy Parish, and a re- 
petition of pages 31 to 58 inclusive. 

XVI. 
Statutes, Rules, and Orders for the Government 
of the Intirmary for the Sick and Lame Poor of the 
Counties of Durham, N^ewcastle upon Tyne, and 
Northumberland. 

Printed at Newcastle in the Year I 752. Octavo. 



1042 NORTHUMBERLAND. 

XVII. 
England's Grievance Discovered, in relaiion to 
the Coal Trade ; with the Map of the River of Tine, 
and Situation of the Town and Corporation of New- 
castle; the tyrannical Oppression of those Magis- 
trates, their Charters and Grants, the several Tryals, 
Depositions, and Judgements obtained against them ; 
with a Breviate of several Statutes proving repugnant 
to their Actings ; with Proposals for reducing the ex- 
cessive Rates of Coals for the future, and the Rise of 
their Grants, appearing in this Book. By Ralph 
Gardiner, of Chriton, in the County of North- 
umberland, Gent. 

London : Printed for R. Ibbitson, in Smith-field, and P. Stent, 
at the White horse in Giltspur Street, without New-gate. 
1655. Quarto. 

Title-page as above, within a border of Acorns. 

The Epistle Dedicatory. For His Highness OHver, Lord Protec- 
tor of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland, 
signed Ralph Gardiner, 4 pages. 

Epistle to the Reader, signed by the same. 

England's Grievance discovered, beginning with " Charter Law, 
with its Practice discovered," [B-Dd2"l 204 pages. 

The Table and Errata, p. 203-21 1. 

Errors of paging : — p. 48 is repeated ; — p. 68 for 89 ; — pages 

138, 139 for 146, 147; — pages 142, 143 for 150, 131; — page 

167 for 165. 

A folded Plan of the Town of Newcastle, with a Survey of the 
River Tyne, as far as Tynmouth Castle, as a Frontispiece, and 
the following 

PLATES ON THE LETTER-PRESS. 

1. Portrait of King .lohn, Newcastle upon Tyne's Patron. 

p. 1. 

2. Portrait of King James the First, p. 35. 

3. Portrait of King Charles the First. P. Stent excudlt. 

p. 48. 

4. Representation of Ships upon Sands, others sinking, others 

sunk, &c. p. 69. 



NORTHUMBERLAND. 1043 

3. A Ship on a Rock near Tinmouth Castle, See. p. 80. 

6. The Master of a Ship sweariny^ before the Mayor of New- 

castle, in April lfi46. p. 8(). 

7. People rohbed in the open Market at Newcastle, p. 09. 

8. The Execution of Four Women for Witchcraft, p. 107. 

9. A Female walking through the Streets of Newcastle, wear- 

ing an Engine called the Eranks, attended by the Officer, 
&c. p. 110. 

10. Portrait of His Excellencie Oliver Cromwell, Generall of all 

the Forces of England, Scotland, and Ireland ; Chance- 
lour of the Vniversity of Oxford ; Lord Protector of En- 
gland, Scotland, and Ireland. R. G. fecit. Peter Stent 
exc. 1(553. p. 1 14. 

11. Portrait of King Henry the Third, p. 134. 

12. Portrait of King Henry the Fourth, p. 136. 

13. Portrait of King Henry the Fifth, p. 13?. 

14. Portrait of King Henry the Sixth, p. ISQ. 

15. Portrait of King Henry the Seventh, p. 144. 

16. Portrait of King Henry the Eighth, p. 147 (misprinted 139). 

17. Portrait of King Edward the First, p. 152. 

18. Portrait of King Edward the Second, p. 15 7. 

19. Portrait of King Edward the Third, p. 160. 

20. Portrait of King Edward the Sixth, p. 166. 

21. Portrait of King Richard the Second, p. 170. 

22. Portrait of Queen Mary. p. 175. 

23. Portrait of Queen Elizabeth, p. 176. 

N. B. Reprinted at Newcastle in an octavo volume of 224 
pages, by D. Akenhead and Sons, fronting the Exchange, in 
1796, containing copies of the original Plan of the Town and 
River, folded, and also of the six miscellaneous subjects, en- 
graved on Three Plates ; but the Seventeen Portraits of Kings 
and Queens, and of O. Cromwell, are executed from different 
Pictures by Ridley, and very inferior to those in the First Edi- 
tion. 

XVIIL 

The History of Berwick upon Tweed, includinrr 
a short Account of the Villages of Tweedniouth and 
Spittal, &c. By John Fuller, M.D. Berwick. 

Edinburgh: Printed for Bell and Bradfute, J. Dickson, 
W. Creech, P. Hill, Manners and Miller, and A. Constable, 
Edinburgh : W. Embleton, Berwick : Cadell and Davies, and 
J. Faulder^ Bond Street, London. 1799. Octavo. 



1044 NORTH U.MBEKLAND. 

Half Title. Title-page as before. 

Dedication to Sir John Sinclair, of Ulbster, Bart. M.P. 
Advertisement and Introduction, 4 pages. 
Contents, p.xiii-xxi. 
Historical Part, [b-4f5] 601 pages. 
Appendix, [a-g] 50 pages. 
N. B. Page 398 for 389. 

PLATES, 
(Engraved by Robert Scott.) 

1. View of Berwick from the Carr Rock, S. Side of the River. 

A. Carse del. Frontispiece. 

2. Folded Plan of the Town of Berwick, p. 65. 

3. East View of the Governor's House, &c. of Berwick. Jo- 

seph Alexander del. p. 1 7 1 . 

4. View of the Barracks and Parade from the Walls above the 

Cow Port. Joseph Alexander del. p. 172. 

5. Inside View of Berwick Barracks. A. Carse del. p. 174. 

6. View of the High Street and Town Hall from the Main 

Guard. A. Carse del. p. 176. 

7. View of the Town Hall from the Head of Hide Hill. 

A. Carse del. p. 176. 

8. View of Berwick Church. A. Carse del. p. 183. 

N. B. There are Fine Paper copies of this publication. 

XIX. 

An Enquiry into the N^ame of the Founder of 
HuLX (Holm) Abbey, Northumherland, the first 
in England of the Order of Carmelites. By Robert 
Uv'EDALE, B.A. Octavo. 

XX. 

A Eetter describing the Ride to Hulne Abbey 
from Alnwick in Northumberland. 
Printed in the Year 1765. Duodecimo. 

XXI. 

A Description of Alnwick Castle in Northum- 
berland, chietiy extracted from Grose's Antiquities 
of England and Wales. 

Octavoy 20 pages ; and reprinted at Alnwick, with additions, in 
1800. Duodecimo. 



NORTHUMBERLAND. 1045 

XXII. 

A most pleasant Description of Benwel Village, 
in the County of Northumberland. Intermix'd 
with several diverting Incidents, both Serious and 
Comical. Divided into Two Books. By Q. Z. late 
Commoner of Oxon (Dr. Ellison). 
Newcastle upon Tyne : Printed and sold by John White. 
MDCcxxvi. Duodecimo, 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to Robert Shaftoe, Esq. of Benwel, signed Q. Z., 

and dated " From my Aerial Citadel, Feb. 9, 1725." 
A Merry Description of a Sunday's Trip to Benwel, a Ballad, 

to the Tune of Chevy Chase, consisting of dccccliii six-line 

Stanzas, Book I. [a3-l2] p. 5-244. 
Dedication of the Second Part to Ralph Jenison, of Elsewick, 

Esq. dated June 30, 1 726, and signed Q. Z. 
Th^ Second Book, beginning at page 247-581, containing 

Mcccxxxin Stanzas, [l3 (misprinted l 2) to Bb2] 
Four additional Stanzas, 1 page. 
An Index of the Contents of iDoth Parts, 5 pages. 
Errata, 1 page. 

Errors of paghig: — page 182 for 192; — p. 133 for 313. 

For the History of the Roman JVall see " Cumber- 
land." 

XXIII. 

The Botanist's Gulpe through the Counties of 
Northumberland and Durham. By N. J. 
Winch, F.L.S., John Thornhill, and Richard 
Waugh. In Two Volumes. 

Vol. L printed at Newcastle upon Tyne. 1805. Vol. II. printed 
at Gateshead. 1807. Octavo, 

XXIV. 

General View of the Agriculture of the County 
of Northumberland ; with Observations on the 
Means of its Improvement. By Mr. John Bailey 

PART 11. 6 s 



1046 IfORTHUMBERLAXD. 

of Chillingliam, and Mr. George Culley of Fen- 
toii in Northumberland. Drann up for the Consi- 
deration of the Board of Agriculture and internal Im- 
provement. 

London : Printed by C. Macrae, mdccxciv. Quarto, 
71 pages. 

XXV. 

General View of the Agriculture of the Coun- 
ties of Northumberland and Cumberland, 
by J. Bailey and G. Culley; and of Westmor- 
land, by Mr. A. Pringle of Balencrieff ; with 
Observations on the Means of their Improvement. 
Drawn up for the Consideration of the Board of 
Agriculture and internal Improvement. The Third 
Edition. 

"Happy Northumbria ! 
Grateful thy soil, and merciful thy clime, 
Thy streams unfailino; in the summer's drought: 

Thy vallies float 

With golden waves : and, on thy mountains, flocks 
Bleat numberless: while, roving round their sides, 
Bellow the blackcninfr -lierds in lusty droves." 

London : Printed by B. McMillan, Bow Street, Covent Gar- 
den, for G. and W. Nicol, Pall Mall. 1S05. Octavo, 381 
pages. 

With a folded Map of the County, drawn by Bailey, and en- 
graved by Neele. 

Also a folded Ma]> of Northumberland, to face the Title ; an 
octavo Map of Cumberland, to front p. 195; Map of West- 
morland, p. 275 ; and Twelve Agricultural Engravings, all 
drawn by J. Bailey, and engraved by Neele. 



1047 



NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 
I. 

The Antiquities of Nottinghamshire, extracted 
out of Records, original Evidences, Leiger Books, 
other ]\Ianuscripts, and authentick Authorities. Beau- 
tified with Maps, Prospects, and Portraictures. By 
Robert Tiioroton, Doctor of Physick. 

'' Quid genus et proavos strepitis ? 
Si primordia vestra 
Autho7'emque Deum species, 

Nullus dc!^ener extatf 
Ni vitiis pejoraf ovens 

Fropriuni desertt ortum." 

BOET. de Consol. Phil. lib. 3. 

London : Printed by Robert White, for Henry Mortlock, at the 
Sign of the Phoenix in St. Paul's Church-yard, and at the 
White Hart in Westminster Hall. 1677. Folio. 

Title-page as above, printed in black and red ink. 

The Imprimaturj signed by Henry, Earl of Peterborow. To 

front the Title. 
Dedication, in Latin, to Gilbert (Sheldon), Archbishop of Can- 
terbury, 1 page. 
Another Dedication to his " Worthy Friend William Dugdale, 

Esq. Norroy King of Arms," dated Carcolston, April 16, Anno 

Dom. 1677, 2 pages. 
The Preface, not numbered, 7 pages. 
Nottinghamshire. Collections towards an historical Description 

of that County, printed in double columns, [B-Ttt 2] 307 pages ; 
Index of the Names of Persons, and Corrections in the placing 

of some Cuts, [f ff*-fff **** 2] 28 pages. 
Index of Towns Names, or Places, and Errata, [xtt] 3 pages. 

Errors of paging:— p. 15 for 10;— p. 29 for 23 ; — p. 28 for 
32;— p. lOG for 107 ;— p. Ill, 112, 113, 114 for 171-174; — 
p. 425 for 423; — p. 427 for 472;— p. 474-5 for 476-477. 

N. B. Pages 4S6 and 301 are blank. 
PLATES. 
1 . A Mapp of Nottinghamshire, with its Divisions and Wapon- 
takes described. Dedicated to Sir Robert Southwell, Knt. 
Folded, p. 1, 



1048 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 

2. The South Prospect of the House and Church at Hohne 

Pierepont ; with a Monumental Figure in the South He at 
Hohne Pierepont on the reverse of the Plate. Folded. 
R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. p. 89. 

3. A Prospect of the inside of the Gatehouse next the Court 

at Waerton, being the North side ; with Ornaments cut 
m Stone over a Dore on the North side at Wyverton, 
vulgo Waerton. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. p. 98. 

4. South Prospect of a Tomb of the Right Honourable Tho- 

mas, Lord Scroope, at Langar. R. Hall del. W. Hollar 
sc. p. 106. 

5. Four Tombs of the Staunton Family in the Church at Staun- 

ton. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. p. 164. 

6. The South Prospect of the Church of Newarke vpon Trent. 

Folded. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. p. 198. 

7. WoUaton Hall, with Two Coats of Arms over the Dore. 

Folded. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. p. 222. 

8. The South East Prospect of Ansley House, taken at the 

Park Gate in Nottingham Road. Folded. R. Hall del. 
p. 252. 

9. The Ground Plat of the South East Corner of Ansley Park, 

with the Rideings, &c. Folded, p. 252. 

10. Svtiiwetlensis Ecclesice Colle^iatcBab E^iro-Aquilone Pro- 

spectus. Folded. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. 1672. 
p. 310. 

11. Southwellensis Ecclesice Colleg'mtce a Borea-Zeph'iro Pro- 

spectus. Folded. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. p. 310. 
(The same Plates as are inserted in Dugdale's Monasticon, 
tom. iii.) 

12. A South Prospect of Worksop Mannour. Folded. R. Hall 

del. p. 458. 

13. A South West Prospect of the Church of Radford by Work- 

sop, A. 1677. Folded. R. Hall del. p. 459. 

14. The Prospect of Nottingham from Darby Roade, on the 

West side of the Tovvne. Folded. R. Hall del. p. 488. 

15. A North East Prospect of Nottingham from Newarke Road 

in Sncynton Field, neare Carleton Hill ; also a Prospect 
from the Medow on the South side. R. Hall del. p. 488. 

16. A Plan of Nottingham. Folded, p. 49O. 

17. Ecclesice S^^ AJarice Notlingkam ab Argesle Prospectus. 

A° 1677. Folded, p. 498. 
18-22. 520 Coats of Arms, on Four Sheets, and a separate Slip, 
containing Eight Coats, placed before the Index. 



NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 1049 

PLATES ON THE LETTER-PRESS. 

1. Mr. Pigot's House at Thruni])ton, y^ South side. R. Hall 

del. W. Hollar sc. Ifi76. p. 15'. 

2. Monument of Gervase Pigot, Esq. on the North side of the 

Chancell at Thrumptoii. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. 
1676. p. 16. 

3. Monument of W'" St. Andrewes at Gotham, South Wall^ in 

the Chancell. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. p. 21. 

4. Monument of John St. Andrew, on the North Wall, at Go- 

tham. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. p. 22. 

5. Monument for Richard Maunsfeild in the Church of West 

Lake. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. p. 27. 

6. Three Monuments in Willoughby Church. R. Hall del. 

W. Hollar sc. p. 36. 

7. Four Monumental Figures in the North Alley in the Church 

at Willoughby. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. p. 37. 

8. Monument of Humfrey Barlow, at the upper end of the 

South He in the Church at Bunney. R. Hall del. 
W. Hollar sc. p. 46. 

9. Monument of Richard Parldns, Esq. in the Chancell North 

Wall, at Bunney. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. p. 47. 

10. Bunney House, y*^ North side. Ric. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. 

p. 48. 

11. Clifton House, v' North side. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. 

1676. p. 56. 

1 2. Three Sides of a Tombe at Clifton, in the South Quire or 

Cross He. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. p. 58. 

13. Tomb of Penelope, Daughter of Robert, Earl of Warwick, 

in the South Wall of Clifton Chancell. R. Hall del. 
W. Hollar sc. p. 59. 

14. Tombs on the North side in the Cross He at Clifton. 

R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. p. 60. 

15. Monument of Sir Gervase Clifton, Knt. and Bart, with his 

Effigies. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. p. 61. 

16. Tomb on the South side of the Church at Holme Piere- 

pont. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. p. 89. 

17. Monument of Gertrude, Countess of Kingston, on the 

North side of the Quire at Holme Piercpont. R. Hall 
del. W. Hollar sc. p. 90. 

18. Tomb of Sir Henrv Pierrepont, Knt. on the South side of 

the Church. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. p. 91. 

19. High Altar at the East end of the Chancell at Titheby, 

with Arms in the East Window of the Chancell. R, Hail 
del. W. Hollar sc. p. 99. 



1050 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 

20. Lord Scroop's Tomb in the North Quire at Langar, the 

Feet against the East Wall. p. 106. 

21. Tomb of the Chaworth Family in the North He at Langar, 

the Feet to the East Wall. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. 
p. 107. 

22. Tomb at Langar against the North Wall in the Cross He 

belonging to the Hon'^''^ Family of the Chaworths at 
Waerton. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. p. 108. 

23. A South Prospect of Langar House and Church. R. Hall 

del. W. Hollar so. p. lOp. 

24. A Prospect of a Tombe on the South Wall of the Chancell 

at Screaton, to the Memory of Rich. Whaley, Esq. with 
the West end of the same. Rich. Hall del. p. 131. 
23. Monumental Figure of a Knight Templar in the South Cross 
lie at Flintham. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. p. 135. 

26. Portrait of Archbishop Cranmer. p. 139. 

27. TvA'o Tombs in the South He and on the North side of the 

Church at East Bridgford. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. 
p. 132. 

28. Tomb on the North side of the Chancell at Hawton 

JLixla Newarke. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. p. 182. 

29. Monument of Thomas Atkinson, on the South side, within 

the Chancell at Newark, with his Effigies. R. Hall del. 
W. Hollar sc. p. 200. 

30. A Prospect of Newark from Lincolne Road. R. Hall del. 

W. Hollar sc. p. 202. 

31. A Prospect of Newark from Hawton Way. R. Hall del. 

W. Hollar sc. p. 203. 

32. Monument of John Teverv in the South Wall of the Church 

at Stapleford. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. p. 214. 

33. Monument of Gervase Tevery in the South lie of the Church 

at Stapleford. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. p. 215. 

34. Tomb on the South Wall in the Chancell at Wollaton. 

R.Hall del. p. 223. 
33. Tomb of Richard Willoughbv, Esq. in the North Wall of 
the Chancell at Wollaton.' R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. 
p. 224. 

36. Tomb of Sir Henry Willoughby, Knt. in an Arch betweene 

the South He and the Chancell at Wollaton. R. Hall 
del. W. Hollar sc. p. 225. 

37. Tomb of Henry Willoughbv, Esq. at the East end of the 

North He at Wollaton. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. p.226. 

38. Tomb of Henry Willoughby, Estj. the fourth Son of Sir 

Percivall Willoughby, Kut. at the upper end of the 



NOTTINGHAMSHIllE. 1051 

North He in the North Wall at Wollaton. R. Hall del. 
W. Hollar sc. p. 227. 

39. Three Monumental Figures at the North side of the Church 

at Gunnulston. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. p. 301. 

40. Tomb of Reynold Peckham, Esq. and Four Coats of Arms 

on the same, on the South side of the Chancell at Os- 
sington. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. p. 356. 

41. Monuujent of William Cartwright, Esq. and Family, with 

Arms on the same, at the upper end of the Chancell on 
the North side at Ossington. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. 
p. 357. 

42. A Prospect of Ossington House from the Feild on the West 

side, as it now is, some part haveing beene ruined in the 
late rebellious Warr. R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. p. 338. 

43. The Old Abbey Gatehouse at Radford by Worksop, as it 

now is, A^ \67C). R. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. p. 459. 

44. Two Tombs in the Isle of Plumptre Church. R. Hall del. 

W. Hollar sc. p,487. 

45. Hospitalis B. Marice Virginis adfinem Ponf'is Nottingh. 

(vulgo vocat.) Plumptre's Hospital!, a Borea-zephyro 
Prospectus. Rich. Hall del. W. Hollar sc. p. 495. 
N. B. The Large Paper copies of this work are very rare. 

II. 

Thoroton's History of Nottinghaimshire : re- 
published, with large Additions, by JohxThrosby, 
and embellished with picturesque and select Views of 
Seats of the Nobility and Gentry, Towns, Village 
Churches, and Ruins. (In Three Volumes.) 

" Admire the rich Abodes of the opulent, the Grove, the Lawns and 
Flora's Beauties ; but seek the religious Ruin^ the Grave, and the 
Tomb for calm contemplation." 

Published by J. Throsby in the Year 179O; and sold in Not- 
tingham by Messrs. Burbage, Tupman, Wilson, & Gray, 
Booksellers, and .L Wigley, Engraver;, ik by all the Book- 
sellers in Town and Country. 

VOL. L 

Engraved Title-page as above, with a Vignette View of Not- 
tingham Castle, and of the Rock Holes near Nottingham. 
J. Wigley del. & sc. 

Dedication to the Most Noble Henry Fynes Pelham Clinton, 
Duke of Newcastle, dated Leicester, October \, 1790, and 
signed John Throsby. 



1052 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 

Copy of the original Title-page. 

Copy of the original Latin Dedication. 

Copy of the Dedication to Sir William Dugdale, p. vii-viii. 

The original Preface, with the Editor's Additions, [b-c 2] p. ix- 

XX. 

Nottinghamshire Collections, with Additions, [c 3-3 h] 406 

pages. 
Index to the First Volume, 2 j)ages. 

N. B. Pages 252 and 253 are repeated, the former twice ; and 
page 386 is misprinted 387. 

PLATES. 

1 . Engraved Title-page, with Vignette. 

2. Portrait of Robert Thoroton, M.D. W. & J. Walker so. 

To face the Title. 
Monumental Effigy of a Warrior in Stanford Church. On 
the letter-press of p. 8. 

3. Stanford Hall, the Seat of Charles Vere Dashwood, Esq. 

Throsby pinx. W. & J. Walker sc. p. 9. 

4. Stanford, Wilford, Norman ton, and Bingham Churches. 

p. 13. 

5. Mural Monuments in Thrumpton Church and of W. St. 

Andrew, in Gotham Church, with Four Figures in Wil- 
loughby Church. J. Wigley sc. p. 33. {Copied from 
Thoroton.) 

6. Thrumpton Hall, the Seat of John Wescomb Emmerton, 

Esq. Throsby del. W. & J. Walker sc. p. 36. 

7. Monument of John St. Andrew, on the North Wall at Go- 

tham ; Three Tombs in Willoughljy Church ; and a Mu- 
ral Monument in the Church of West Leak. J. Wigley 
sc. p. 70. {Copied from Thoroton.) 

8. The Roman Route from London to Lincoln, laid down by 

J. Throsby from Observations upon an Excursion over it 
in October 1791. Cockshaw sc. p. 73. {The same 
Plate as is inserted in Throsby's Leicestershire.) 
g. Bunney ILill, the Seat of Sir Thomas Parkyns, Bart. 
Throsby pinx. W. & J. Walker sc. p. 94. 

10. Monuments in Bunney and Clifton Churches. J. Wigley sc. 

p. 109. {CopiedfrojH Thoroton.) 

1 1. Monumental Figures in Clifton Church, with Specimens of 

Church Spires. (Etched by J. Throsby.) p. 1 1 2. 

12. Clifton Hall, the Seat of Sir Gcrvase Clifton, Bart. Throsby 

del. W. ik J. Walker sc. p. 113. 

13. Painted Glass in a Cottage Window at Ruddington; Three 

Pieces of Sculpture found underneath the Floor of the 



NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 1053 

Chancel of Slawford Church ; and Four Shields of Arms. 
J. Wigley sc. (Marked Throsby's Plate No. 5.) p. 130. 

14. Tolierton Hall, the Seat of Pendoch Neal, Esq. Throsby 

dd. W. & J. Walker sc. p. 174. 

15. Two Monuments in Holme Pierepont Church. J. Wigley 

sc. p. 180. (Copied from Thoroton.) 

16. Tombs in Clifton and Holme Pierepont Churches, with the 

Effigy of Sir Gervase Clifton, Knt. and Bart. J. Wigley 
sc. p. 180. (Copied from Thoroton.) 

17. Holme Pierrepont Hall. R. Hall del. I676. J. Wigley sc. 

p. 1 8 1 . ( Copied from ThorotoJi.) 

18. The Gatehouse next the Court at Wyverton; an Arch at the 

East end of the Chancel at Titheby ; Arms and Crests 
cut in Stone over a Door at Wyverton, and in the East 
Window of the Chancel at Titheby. J. Wigley sc. p. 194. 
(Copied from Thoroton.) 

19. Monuments in Langar Church. J. Wigley sc. p. 207. 

(Copied from Thoroton.) 

20. Langar Hall, the Seat of the Rt. Hon^"^ Earl Howe. 

Throsby del. W. & J. Walker sc. p. 209. 

21. Thoroton's House. — Ratcliffe Steeple, which fell in 1792. 

— Monumental Figures, Sec. p. 243. 

22. A Prospect of a Tombe on the South Wall of the Chancell 

at Screaton (Screveton), in memory of Richard Whalley, 
Esq. with the West end of the same Tomb. J. Wigley sc, 
p. 251. (Copied from Thoroton.) 

23. Portrait of Mrs. Elizabeth Turner (Dr. Thoroton's Daugh- 

ter). Vander Myn del. 1731. J. Walker sc. 1794. 
p. 252. 

24. Portrait of Bishop (Archbishop) Cranmer. p. 263. (Co- 

pied fro7n Thoroton.) 

25. Screveton Font. — Inscriptions, Autographs, &c. p. 281. 

26. Monuments in Flintham and East Bridgford Churches. 

J. Wigley sc. p. 299. (Copied from Thoroton.) 

27. Four Monuments in Staunton Church, p. 319. (Copied 

from Thoroton.) 

28. Winthorpe Hall, the Seat of Roger Pocklington, Esq. 

Wigley del. Walker sc. p. 366. 

29. Monuments in the Chancels of Hawton and Newark 

Churches, with Arms in Langar Church, p. 394. (Co- 
piedfrom Thoroton.) 

30. View of Newark and its Castle. J. Throsby del. W. & J. 

Walker sc. p. 398. 

PART II. 6 T 



1054 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 

Inscription on the Font of Newark Church. On the letter- 
press of p. 406. 

VOL. II. 
Title-page as before. 

Advertisement to the Reader by J. Throsby, 1 page. 
Nottinghamshire Collections continued, [a2-3o 2] 324 pages. 
List of the Knights of the Shire and Burgesses for the Town of 

Nottingham, copied from Deering. Folded. 4 pages. 
List of Sheriifs from 1745 to 1795, with the Index to the Se- 
cond Volume, 2 pages. 
Index to the Plates of Arms, 3 pages. 

N. B. Pages 87 and 88 are repeated with asterisks, and 
p. 138 is misprinted 148. 

PLATES. 

1. Engraved Title-page as before. 

2. Portrait of J. Throsby, set. 50. J. Walker del. W. & J. 

Walker sc. {The same Plate as is given in his History 
of Leicester.) To face the Title. 

3. The Rock called the Papish Holes near Nottingham j taken 

in 1778. Folded, p. 5. 

4. View of the Front of Nottingham Castle; with a Copy of 

the Plan of Nottingham Castle, taken by Mr. Smithson 
in 1617. J.Wigleysc. p. 22. 

5. Charles the First erecting his Standard at Nottingham. 

J. Throsby del. W. & J. Walker sc. p. bb. 

6. Tradesmen's' Tokens struck at Nottingham. J. Wigley sc. 

p. 56. 

7. Planof Nottingham, 1670. p. 60. {Copied from Thoroton.) 

8. Plumtre's Hospital, Collin's Hospital, and Thurland Hall. 

p. 78. 

9. EcclesicB Sice Marice Nottingham ah Argeste Prospectus, 

A° 1677. J.Wigleysc. p. 82. {Copied from Thoroton.) 

10. Monumental Effigies of the Plumtre Family, with the Fi«- 

gure of St. Andrew, coloured, p. 83. 

1 1. Ancient Monuments in Plumtre's Isle in St. Mary's Church, 

the Inscriptions in Brass being torn out. p. 87- {Co- 
pied from Thoroton.) 

12. The Churches of St. Peter and St. Nicholas, p. 89. 

13. South View of Nottingham. Wigley del. Wadkersc. p. 120. 

14. Views of Nottingham Town Hall and Prison in 1741. Thos. 

Sandbydel. 1741. Wigley sc. A View of the same in 
1791. p. 140. 



NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 10.55 

15. Labourer's Hospital, C. (County) Hall, 1720, and Chapel 

Bar. p. 142. 

16. Miscellaneous Plate of Fifteen Coins. J.Wigley sc. p. 144. 

17. Miscellaneous Plate of Coins, Siege Pieces, and Notting- 

ham Tov\ii Seal. J.Wigleysc. p. 148. 

18. Portraits of James Burne the Ventriloquist, and Charley the 

Street Musician. Coloured, p. 149. 

19. The Exchange, Race Stand, and General Hospital, p. 151. 

20. Three Views of Sneinton. p. 153. 

21. Robin Hood's Grave- stone and Cap, with part of his Chair, 

&c. p. 171. 

22. Blidworth Rock, Kimberley Chapel, and King John's Pa- 

lace, p. 172. 

23. Plans of Two Roman Villae. (No. I.) p. 173. 

24. Miscellaneous Antiquities found in the Villae. (No. H.) p.l74. 

25. Moore's Concretion, and Antiquities found in Shirewood Fo- 

rest, p. 176. 
Monuments of the Family of Tevery in Stapleford Church, 
On the letter-press of p. 195. {^Copied from Thoroton.) 

26. Monuments in Wollaton Church. Cockshaw sc. p. 212. 

(Copied from Thoroton.) 

27. Wollaton Hall, the Seat of the Rt. Hon. Lord Middleton. 

Throsby del. W. & J. Walker sc. p. 214. 

28. Strelley Hall, the Seat of Thomas Webb Edge, Esq. 

Throsby del. W. & J. Walker sc. p. 222. 

29. Rroxtow House. — Five Monumental Figures, Rings, &c. 

p. 225. 

30. Fossils from the Eastwood Collection. J.Wigleysc. p. 237. 

31. Brook-Hill Hall, Cockglode Hall, and S.W. View of Beau- 

vale Priory, p. 245. 

32. Nuttall Temple, the Seat of the Hon. Henry Sedley. 

Throsby del. W. & J.Walker sc. p. 255. 

33. Annesley, with the S. East Corner of the Park. p. 270. 

{Copied from Thorqton.) 

34. Brasses and Saxon Sculpture found in Papplewick Church. 

p. 287. 
Robin Hood's Stable. On the letter-press of p. 287. 

35. Papplewick Hall, the Seat of the Rt. Hon. Frederick Mon- 

tagu. H. Rooke, Esq. del. W. & J. Walker sc. p. 288. 

36. Newstead Park, the Seat of the Rt. Hon. Lord Byron. 

T. Smith pinx. Walker sc. p. 289. 

37. The upper part of a Sepulchral Stone in Mansfield Wood- 

house Church, and Two Figures in Skegby Church. 
Etched by J. Throsby. p. 302. 



1056 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 

38. Lady Flogan's House; also her Monument in Mansfield 

Church, p. 313. 

39. Antiquities at Nettleworth, and Royal Autographs, p. 323. 
40 41,42,43. Four Plates of Arms. Folded. To face the 

Index of Arms at the end of the Volume. {Copied from 
, Thoroton.) 

VOL. in. 

Engraved Title-page as before. 

History of Nottinghamshire concluded, [a-3g3] 434 pages. 
Additional Collections, not paged, but forming 8 pages. 
Index to the Third Volume, 2 pages. 

General Index to the Three Volumes, Errata, and List of Plates, 
12 pages. 

PLATES. 

1. Engraved Title-page. 

2. Map of the County. Folded. J. Carysc. 1793. To face 

the Title. 

3. Colwick Hall, the Seat of John Musters, Esq. Throsby del. 

W. & J. Walker so. p. 6. 

4. Ancient Church Figures. Etched by J. Throsby. p. 30. 

5. Oxton Hall, the Seat of Mrs. Sherbrooke. p. 47. 
Three Monumental Figures on the North side of the Church 

at Gunnalston. On the letter-press of p. 53. {Copied 
from Tlwroton.) 

6. Thurgarton Hall, Kelham Hall,and View of Southwell, p. 60. 

7. Bishop's Palace, Southwell, a Ruin, and Tombs in the 

Church, p. 88. 

8. Kirklington Hall, the Seat of Mrs. Whetham. Throsby del. 

Walker sc. p. 100. 

9. Painted Figures (Adam and Eve, &:c.) in the Windows of 

Halam Church, p. 100. 

10. Font and Monumental Figures in Averham Church, with a 

curious Representation on the Church Porch, p. 112. 

1 1 . Beesthorpc Hall, the Seat of Samuel Bristowe, Esq. J. Digby 

Curtis del. &: sc. p. 142. 

12. Thorncy Hall, Ossington Hall, and Muskham Grange. 

p. 172. {Copied from Thoroton.) 

13. Monuments and Arms in Ossington Church of Cartwright 

and Peckham. p. 173. {Copied from Thoroton.) 

14. Monuments in Laxton and Tuxford Churches, p. 212. 

15. Stone Coffin and Monumental Figures at East Markham. 

p. 232. 

16. Rampton Gateway, flat Gravestones, and Five Armorial 

Bearings, p. a47. 



NOTTINGHAMSH^iE. 1057 

17. Ancient Figures in Grove Churcli. p. 264. 

18. Wiseton Hall, the Seat of Jonathan Ack lorn, Esq. Throsby 

del. W. & J. Walker sc. p. 318. 

19. Water Scene at Rufford. p. 340. 

20. Thoresby Hall, the Seat of the late Duke of Kingston. 

Walker sc. p. 344. (This House was burnt down in 
1743.) 

21. Ruins of Haughton Chapel and Monuments; the Green 

Dale Oak at Welbeck; and Warsop Church, p. 360. 

22. Welbec, the Seat of His Grace the Duke of Portland. — 

Two Views, p. 382. 

23. St. Mary's Chapel at Radford, near Worksop, 1776. p. 395. 

24. A View of the Gateway at Radford, near Worksop, p. 393. 
23. Worksop Manor House, the Seat of His Grace the Duke of 

Norfolk. Walker sc. p. 396. 

26. Clumber Park, the Seat of His Grace the Duke of New- 

castle, p. 403. 

27. Serlby Hall, the Seat of Lord Galway. T. Malton del. 

Walker sc. p. 433. 

28. Ancient Sculpture at Mattersey Church. D. Eyre del. 

p. 442. 

III. 

NOTTINGHAMIA VETUS ET NOVA : or An 
Historical Account of the ancient and present 
State of the Town of Nottingham ; gathered 
from the Remains of Antiquit}-, and collected from 
authentic Manuscripts, and ancient as well as modern 
Historians. Adorn'd with beautiful Copper-plates ; 
with an Appendix, containing, besides Extracts of 
Wills and Deeds relating to Charities, diverse other 
curious Papers. By Charles Deering, ]\LD. 

Nottingham : Printed by and for George Ayscough &; Tho- 
mas Willington. mdccli. Quarto. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the Most Noble Thomas Holies, Duke of New- 
castle, by the Publishers. 

A second Dedication to the same, by the Author. 

To the Reader, 1 leaf. 

The Introduction and Contents, 14 pages. 

References to the engraved Plan of Nottingham, 1 leaf. 

The History of Nottingham, and Appendix, [B-sbb] 370 pages. 
N. B. Page 134 is numbered 34. 



1058 JfOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 



PLATES. 



1. View of the Front of the Castle of Nottingham, belonging 

to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle. Folded. J. Clee 
sc. To face the Title, or p. 1 70. 

2. Folded Plan of Nottingham. To face the References to 

the Plan. 

3. East Prospect of Nottingham, taken from Sneinton Hill, a 

little on y° left of Newark Road. Inscribed to John 
Piumtre, Esq. M.P. T. Sandby del. 1741. J. Pine sc. 
Folded, p. 1. 

4. South Prospect of the Town of Nottingham, p. 2. 

5. A West View of Chapel Bar. T. Sandby del. J. Clee sc. 

p. 3. 

6. The New Change, with the House of the Hon'^''^ John 

Piumtre, Esq. p. 8. 

7. The Town Hall. J. Clee del. & sc. 1750. p. 9. 

8. A Prospect of y'= County Hall, as it appear'd in the Year 

1750 ; also Houses near the top of Barker Gate. T. Pa- 
cey sc. p. 10. 

9. St. Mary's Church and Collin's Hospital, p. 20. 

10. The Tomb of the first and second Earls of Clare, in the 
South Isle of St. Mary's Church, with their Arms, 
J. Clee sc. 1750. p. 27. 

n. St. Peter's and St. Nicholas Churches, p. 34. 

12-13. Two Plates representing the Stocking Frame. T. Sandby 
del. J. Cleesc. p. 99- 

14. Willoughby's Hospital, and Alms Houses at the bottom of 

Barker Gate, the Middle of Pilcher Gate, and in Warsor 
(Walser) Gate. T. Pacey sc. p. 138. 

15. Plumtre's Hosjjital, near the end of the Leen Bridge, as it 

appeared in 1750. J. Clee del. & sc. p. 145. 

16. Gregory's and Handley's Hospitals. .1. Clee del. & sc. 

p. 151. 

17. Labourer's and Collin's Hospitals. J. Clee del. & sc. 1750. 

p. 152. 

18. WoUey's and Bilby's Hospitals. J. Clee del. & sc. 1750. 

p. i53. 

19. The Free School and Barnaby Wartnaby's Bead-House. 

1750. J. Clee sc. p. 154. 

20. The Charity School, and the House of the Hon''''' Roth- 

well Willoughby, Esq. p. 159. 

21. An East Prospect of Nottingham Castle, p. 176. 

22. A View of the Rock Holes in the Park n"" Nottingham, be- 



NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 10.59 

longing to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle. J. Clce 
del. & sc. p. 188. 

23. A Copy of a Plan of Nottingham Castle, taken by Mr. 

Smithson, I617. Folded. J. Clee sc. 1730. p. 189. 

24. The remaining Part of the Old Front of Thurland Hall, in 

Gridlesmith-gate, Nottingham, in the possession of His 
Grace the Duke of Newcastle, 1750. J. Clee del & sc. 
p. 192. 

25. Representation of the several parts of the Stocking Frame. 

Folded. J. Clee sc. 1750. p. 3G4. 
A List of the Knights of the Shire and Burgesses of the 
Town, copied from Prynne's Parliamentary Writs, from 
the 23'-'' of Edward I. to the Id"' Charles I. on Three 
Sheets, or Six pages, placed between pages 208 and 209. 

N. B. Many copies of this work are somewhat stained, par- 
ticularly sheet 2 o. 

IV. 

NOTTINGHAM COUNTY HALL, ^'C. 

1 . Queries and Reasons offer'd by Sir Thomas Parkyns, of Bunny, 
Bart, why the County-Hall, Goal, &c. should be built in the 
County of Nottingham, and on the new purchas'd Ground 
for that very purpose, and not in the Market Place of the 
Town and County of the Town of Nottinghan, and out of 
the County at large ; and why he cou'd not join with his Bre- 
thren the Justices of the Peace in signing the Order of Ses- 
sions of Rufford, April the 24*^, 1724. The Second Edition, 
with Emendations and large Additions. 

" Difficile est Satyram non scribere." Jvv. lib. 1. 

Nottingham : Printed and sold by John Collyer, at the Hen 

Cross, MDCcxxiv. Quarto, 27 pages, exclusive of the Title, 

(pages 9 to 12 inclusive being repeated.) 

*^* Reprinted in London in the same year, with the addi- 
tion of " Subordination : or An Essay on Servants, their Rates 
and Wages, and the great Convenieiicy which would accrue to 
every County by recording with all the' chief Constables, &c. of 
the same." — Goiigh. 

2. An Appendix to the Queries and Reasons offer'd by Sir Tho- 
mas Parkyns, of Bunny, Bart, why the County- Hall, Goal, 
&c. should be built in the County of Nottingham, and on the 
new purchas'd Ground for that very purpose, and not in the 



]()G0 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 

Market Place of the Town and County of the Town of Not-^ 
tingham, and out of the County at hirge, containing the Sta- 
tute of 11 and 12 of King William III. to enable Justices of 
the Peace to build and repair Goals in their respective Coun- 
ties, Reviv'd and continu'd in the 10th of Queen Anne; and 
made perpetual the 6th of His present Majesty King George. 

Nottingham : Printed and sold by John Collyer, at the Hen- 
Cross. MDccxxvi. Quarto, 8 pages. 

3. Reasons for repealing the Order of Sessions made by the 
Justices of Peace for the County of Nottingham at Rufford, 
24th April 1724, for joining with the Corporation of Notting- 
ham in building a County Hall in the Market Place, Notting- 
ham ; with Proposals for repairing, enlarging, and amending 
the old County Halls, and making them convenient with 
Grand Jury, Petit Jury Rooms, and Workhouse adjoining, 
whereby the County may save 3 or 4000Z. By Julius Hut- 
chinson, Esq. one of the Justices. 



4. A Letter from the Honourable Brigadier Sutton, Clark of the 
Green Cloth to His Majesty, to Sir Thomas Parkyns of Bunny, 
Bart, since the adjourned Sessions at Rufford, April the 24th, 
1724, by him etymologically explained. 

Nottingham : Printed by John Collyer, at the Hen-Cross. 
1726. Q;/ar/o, 7 pages. 



5. A Sketch and Design of a general Act of Parliament for the 
Building, Repairing, Enlarging, and Finishing of Halls, Goals, 
Prisons, with Workhouses underneath them, or otherwise, in 
their respective Counties throughout Great Britain. By Sir 
Thomas Parkyns, Bart. With an Appendix and Explana- 
tion of the last Clause of this Act relating to Justices of the 
Peace acting for Two Counties, by Letters betwixt Sir Lau- 
rence Carter, one of His Majesty's Serjeants at Law, and Sir 
Thomas Parkyns, Bart. 

Nottingham : Printed by John Collyer, at the Hen-Cross. 
1726. Qwar/o, 19 pages. 

V. 

Tlic Articles of Union entered into and agreed 
upon between the Justices of the Peace for tire 



NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 1061 

County of Nottingham ; the Justices of the Peace 
for the County of the Town of Nottingham ; and 
the Subscribers to a voluntary Institution for the Pur- 
pose of providing a General Lunatic Asylum 
near Nottingham ; together with the By-laws, Rules, 
Orders, and Regulations established for the Manage- 
ment and Conduct of the Institution. 

Newark: Printed by S. and J. Ridge, Market Place (1811). 
Quarto, 120 pages. 

CATALOG rS SriRPIUJM fy.: or A Cata- 
logue of Plants naturally growing and commonly 
cultivated in divers Parts of England, more espe- 
cially about Nottingham ; containing the most 
known Latin and English Names of the several 
Plants, the Tribe they belong to, the Time of their 
Flowering : and of those which are either Officinals, 
or otherwise of any known Efficacy, such Virtues are 
briefly mentioned as may be depended upon ; with an 
English Index. To which is added, for the Benefit 
of the English Reader, a general Distribution of 
Plants according to Mr. Ray, an Explanation of 
some Botanical and Physical Terms, and an alpha- 
betical List of Plants in Flower for every Month in 
the Year : together with short Directions when to 
gather any Parts of them. By C. Deering, M.D. 

" Medicus omnium Stirpium (si fieri potest) Feritiam habeat consulo : Sin 
minus plurium saltern quibus frequenter utimur." — Galen. lib. i. An- 
tidot. 

Nottingham : Printed for the Author by G. Ayscough ; and 
sold by C. Rivington, at the Bible and Crown 'in St. Paul's 
Church-yard, London. 1738. Oc/at;o, 296 pages. 

VII. 

A History of the Antiquities of the Town and 
Church of Southwell, in the County of Not- 
PART II. e u 



1062 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 

tingham. Dedicated, by His Grace's Permission, to 
the Arclibishop of York, by W. Dickinson Ra- 
STALL, A.M. Fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge. 

London : Printed for the Author: and sold by G. G. and J. Ro- 
binson, Paternoster Row; J. Debrett, Piccadilly; and the 
Booksellers at Newark and Southwell, mdcclxxxvii. Royal 
quarto. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication, 3 pages. 

List of Sul)scribers, and Contents^ 8 pages. 

Introduction, 12 pages. 

The History of Southwell, [b-3q3] 486 pages. 

Index, and Errata, 6 pages. 

Error of paging : — p. 370 for 376. 
PLATES. 

1. S.E. Viewof Southwell. J. Frost del. P. Mazeil & J. West 

sc. To face the Title. 

2. Arches of the Ante-choir, p. 36. 

3. The West end of the Church, p. 44. 

4. The North Porch, p. 46. 

5. Arches of the Choir, p. 48. 

6. The Chapter House, p. 49. 

7. The Screen which encloses the Choir, p. 50. 

8. Entrance into the Chapter House, p. 52. 

9. Monumental Effigies and Arms in Southwell Church, p. 68. 

10. Portrait of the Rev'^ W. Rastall, D.D. Vicar General of the 

Church of Southwell, an oval. p. 139- 

11. West Gateway of Southwell Church, p. 344. 

12. North West View of the Palace, p. 346. 

13. Devices of A. B. (Archbishops) Kempe and Wolsey, with 

several Arms in the Archbishops Hall. p. 348. 

14. Monument of A. B. Sandys. John Frost del. p. 356. 

15. Encampments at Hexgrave and at the Combes; together 

with the Plan of the Siege of Newark by the Scots 
Army. p. 398. 
N. B. There are Large Paper copies of this work. 

VIII. 

Antiquities Historical, Architectural, Cho- 
KOGRAriiiCAL, and Itinerary, in Notting- 



NOTTINGHAMSTIIRE. 1063 

HAMSHIRE and the adjacent Counties ; comprising 
the Histories of Southwell (the Ad Pontem) and 
of Newark (the Sidnacester of the Romans), in- 
terspersed M-ith Biographical Sketches, and profusely 
embellished with Engravings. In Four Parts. By 
William Dickinson, Esq. 

Newark : Printed by Holt and Hage, for Cadell and Davies, 
Strand, London. 1801. Quarto. 

VOL. L PART L containing the History of Southwell. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to the President and Fellows of the Antiquarian So- 
ciety, dated Muskham Grange, April 20, 1801. 

Preface, p. v-xiv, 10 pages. 

Introduction and History of Southwell, [b-q 2] 115 pages. 

Explanatory Observations on the Map, and Advertisement, 
p. 1-9. 

PLATES. 

1. An oval Portrait of the Author. W. P. Sherlock del. 

W. Holl sc. To face the Title. 

2. North East View of Southwell Church. W. P. Sherlock 

del. W. Cooke sc. p. 45. 

3. West end of the Church, p. 46. 

4. Arches of the Ante Choir, p. 54. 

5. The Porch on the North side of Southwell Church. A. Bir- 

rel sc. p. 56. 

6. South end of the Cross Aisle of Southwell Church. W. P. 

Sherlock del. A. Birrel sc. p. 58. 

7. Arches of the Choir, p. 60. 

8. The Screen which incloses tlie Choir, p. 61. 

9. The Chapter House, p. 62. 

10. Entrance into the Chapter House, p. 64. 

1 1. Monumental Figures and Arms in Booth's Chapel, with Fi- 

gures over the Door leading to the Belfry, p. 80. 

12. Remains of a Roman Foss on Burridge Hill, Southwell. 

Neele sc. p. 103. 

13. Plan of the Great Roman Roads. Neele sc. To face p. I 

of " Explanatory Observations." 

VOL. L PART II. 
Title-page, dated 1803. 
History of Southwell continued, [r-3a2] p. 117-344. 



1064 NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. 

PLATES. 

1 . West View of Southwell Church, according to the Plan of 

the projected Alteration. W. P. Sherlock del. S. Spar- 
row sc. p. 1 18. 

2. View of Holme Church, Nottinghamshire. W. P. Sherlock 

del. S. Sparrow sc. p. I69. 

3. Monument in Holme Church. W. P. Sherlock del. & sc. 

p. 171. 

4. An ancient Gate at Rampton. W. P. Sherlock del. S. Spar- 

row sc. p. 177. 

5. The West Gateway, p. 267. . 

6. View of Southwell Palace. W. P. Sherlock del. S. Spar- 

row sc. p. 268. 

7. North West View of Southwell Palace, p. 270. 

8. Devices of A. B. Kempe and Wolsey, with several Arms in 

the Archbishops Hall. p. 272. 

9. Monument of Archbishop Sandys in Southwell Church. 

W. P. Sherlock del. & sc. p.'278. 
10. Ancient Encampments, Celt, and Ring, Neele sc. p. 288. 

PEDIGREES. 

1. Sherbrook. p. 156. 

2. Willoughby. p. 162. 

3. Pocklington. p. 164. 

4. Dickinson (the Author). Folded, p. 165. 

5. Welby. Folded, p. I66. 

6. Barton, p. 170. 

7. Eyre. Folded, p. 177. 

8. Sutton. Folded, p. 183. 

9. Calz or Cauz. Folded, p. 274. 

10. Cooper. Folded, p. 302. 

11. Saville of RuflFord. Folded, p. 304. 

12. Burnell. p. 308. 

13. Cantalupe. p. 314. 

14. 15, 16, 17. Lowe, Stenton, Becher, and Clay, at the end of 

the Volume. 
N. B. The Antiquities of Southwell were also written by this 
Gentleman under the Name of Rastall. 

*^* There are Large Paper copies of this publication. 

IX. 

The History and Antiquities of the Town of 
Newark, in the County of Nottingham {the Sid- 



NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. ]065 

7mcester of the Romans)^ interspersed with Biogra- 
phical Sketches. In Two Parts. Embellished with 
Engravings. By William Dickinson, Esq. 

Newark : Printed by and for M. Hage ; sold also by Messrs. 
Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 39, Paternoster Row, 
London. J 806. Quarto. 

PART J. 

Title-page as above. 

Another Title-page, to correspond vvitli Parts I and IL of the 

History of Southuell, entitled Part III. Vol. IL dated 1805. 
Dedication to Sir Thomas Manners Sutton, Knt. dated Oct. 20, 

1 805, 3 pages. 
Introduction, and Contents, 1 1 pages. 
The ancient and modern History of Newark, [j3-z 4] 1 69 pages. 

PLATES. 

1. South West View of Newark Castle. W. P. Sherlock del. 

S. Sparrow sc. To face the Title. 

2. The North and East Gates. J. Pocklington, Esq. del. 

A. Birrel sc. p. 7. 

3. Crypt under Newark Castle. W. P. Sherlock del. W. Cook 

sc. p. 23. 

4. North East View of Newark Church. W. P. Sherlock del. 

1801. S. Sparrow sc. p. SQ. 

Arms of the Town of Newark. On the letter-press of 
p. 143. 

The Town Hall at Newark (a Wood Cut). On the letter- 
press of p. 158. 

N. B. There are Large Paper copies of this Part, the Se- 
cond not being published. 

An Account of the Donations to the Parish of 
Newark upon Trent, in the County of Notting- 
ham. By a Parishioner. 

Prov. -xi, 14. Withhold not good from them to whom it i$ due, when it is in 

the power of thine hand to do it. 
Prov. xxviii. 27. He that giveth unto the poor shall not lack. 

London: Printed for the Use of the Parishioners. QuariOy 82 
pages, with Preface and Title-page. 



1066 XOTTiyGIIAMSHIRE. 

The Preface to this Tract produced the following Replies : 

1 . Remarks on a Book intituled " An Account of the Dona- 
tions to the Parish of N — k." By a Member of Parliament. 
Printed not for the Abuse, but the real Use and lasting Ser- 
vice of the Parishioners. 1751. Quarto; also printed in oc- 
tavo in the same Year. 

2. An impartial Relation of some late Parish Transactions at 
N — k, containing a full and circumstantial Answer to a late 
Libel, intituled Remarks on a Book intituled " An Account 
of the Donations to the Parish of N — k." Octavo. 

3. A Discourse addressed to the Inhabitants of Newark against 
the Misapplication of public Charities, and enforced from the 
following Text : Eccles. vi. 1 . By the Rev. Bernard Wilson, 
D.D. Vicar of Newark, and Prebend of Worcester. To which 
is added a more full and true Account of the very considerable 
and numerous Benefactions left to the Town of Newark than 
has hitherto been published. London : Printed in the Year 
1768. Quarto. 

XI. 

A Sketch of the ancient and present State of Sher- 
wood Forest, in the County of Nottingham. 
With Four Plates. By H. Rooke, Esq. F.S.A. 

Nottingham : Printed by S. Tupman. mdccxcix. Octavo, 
with Errata, 31 pages. 

PLATES. 
1. Plan of Birkland. Folded. Surveyed by James Dowland. 

J. Wigley sc. p. 7- 
2-3. Letters found cut in the Middle of Oaks in Birchland. 

Folded, p. 15. 
4. Roman Antiquities found on Shirewood Forest. Folded. 

H. R. del. J. Wigley sc. p. 2.5. 

XII. 
Description of an ancient (Brass) Medallion (of 
St. Paul) in the possession of II. Rooke, Esq. (found 
in the Year 1775 near Newsted Priory.) 

Nottingham : Printed by Samuel Tupman. mdccc. Octavo, 
8 pages, with a Plate. 



NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. ]067 

XIIT. 

Descriptions and Sketches of some remarkable 
Oaks in the Park at Welbeck, in the Comity of 
Nottingham, a Seat of llis Grace the Duke of 
Portland : To Athich are added Observations on the 
Age and Durability of that Tree ; a\ ilii Remarks on 
the Annual Cjro\vth of the Acorn, by Ha V man 
RooKE, Esq. F.S.A. 

London: Printed by J. Nichols, for the Author; and sold by 
B. White and Son, Fleet Street, and J. Robson, New Bond 
Street, mdccxc. Qiiarlo^ 2-i pages. 

PLATES, 
Drawn bv H. Rooke, and en^^raved by W. Ellis. 
1 , A Tree in Cowclose Wood called the Duke's Walking- Stick. — ' 
2. Two large Trees in Welbeck Park called the Porters.—™ 
— 3. The Seven Sisters. ^4. A remarkable Tree near the 
Seven Sisters. — 5. The Green Dale Oak. — 6. The Oak and 
Ash. — 7. A View of Welbeck, with part of the Lake.— 
8. The Parliament Oak in Clipstone Park. — Q. An ancient 
Oak in Birchland Wood. — 10. Six Specimens of Acorns. 

XIV. 

The History of ^Iaa^sfield and its Environs, in 
Two Parts : I. Antiquities, including an accurate 
Description of Two Roman Villas near jMansfield 
Woodhouse, discovered by H. Rooke, Esq. in the 
Year 1786; with an Account of some late Discove- 
ries, never before printed. II. The present State. 
By W. Harrod, Author of the History of Stam- 
ford, &c. Adorned with Plates. 

*' Quoniam dlu virisse denegatur,aUquidfacia)/ius quo possimus ostendere nos 

xixhsc.'' 

Mansfield : Printed and sold by its Author : sold also in Lon- 
don by Mr. Nichols, Red Lion Passage, Fleet Street ; and 
Messrs. F. and C. Rivington. ibOl. Small quarlu. 

Title-page as above. 

Dedication to Hajman Rooke, Es(|. F.A.S. 
Preface, 2 pages. 

The Antiquities of Mansfield and its Environs (Part L) [b-r 2] 
6'4 pages.. 



1068 KOTTHS^GHAMSHIRE. 

The present State of Mansfield, (Part II.) Indexes, and Addenda, 
[ci-o4] 5b pages. 

PLATES. 

1. The Vicarage House in Mansfield. H. R. del. Frontispiece. 

2. Antique Bust in Cornelian, set in Silver, found in 1793 at 

Welbeck. p. 1. 

3. Plan of Birchland. Folded. Surveyed byjas. Dowland. 

.J. Wigley sc. p. 20. 
4-3. Letters found cut in the Middle of Oaks in Birchland. 
p. 26. 

6. Roman Antiquities found on Shirewood Forest. Folded. 

H. R. del. J. Wigley sc. p. 31. 

7. Brass Medallion found near Newsted Priory, p. 42. 

8. The Green Dale Oak. Coloured. H. Rooke del. W. Ellis 

sc. p. 44. 
0. The Parliament Oak in Clipstone Park, H, Rooke del. 

W. Ellis sc. p. 45. 
iO. Ground Plan of Two Roman Villas. Folded. H. R. del, 
J. Wigley sc. p. 47. 

1 1. A Curious Tessellated Pavement. Coloured and folded, p. 47. 

12. Hault Hucknall Church, Co. Derby, p. 61. 

13. The Revolution House at Whittington, near Chesterfield, 

Derbyshire. Basire sc. p. 62. 

14. Ancient Chair in the Parlour of the Revolution House at 

Whittington, near Chesterfield, taken 1790. p. 63. 

15. Manfie'd Church. Malcolm sc. 1793. p. 9, Part II. 

16. We.t View of the Rev'' Samuel Catlow's Literary and Com- 

mercial Seminary at Mansfield, Folded. J, Frost del, 
Pye sc. p. 29, Part II. 

17. Appearance of a Meteor in March 1795, p. 43, Part II, 

XV. 

General View of the Agriculture of the County 
of NoTTiN^GiiAM ; with Observations on the JMeans 
of its Inii)rovement. By Robert Lowe, Esq. 
Drawn uj) for tlie Consideration of the JBoard of 
A2;ricultLn'e and internal Iinpro\ cnicnt. 
London: Printed by C. Macrae. iMDccxcrv. Quarto, 
]'2C) pages. 
With a coloured Map of the Soil of Nottinghamshire, engraved 
by Ncele. Reprinted in octavo in 1798, 204 pagqs. 

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